Date: 3rd October 2018 at 10:07pm
Written by:
Derby County
1 – 1
Norwich City

Pride Park

Sky Bet Championship

3/10/2018 7:45 pm

Attendance: 24236

Referee: G. Eltringham

Derby County Norwich City
Bryson 86' Klose 69'
Carson Krul
Keogh (c) Zimmermann
Tmori Klose
Malone Lewis
Bryson Tettey (c)
Johnson Leitner
Bennet 60' Buendia 85'
Mount Stiepermann 83'
Wilson 71' Cantwell 90'
Nugent 65' Pukki


Forsyth McGovern
Wahgorn 71' Godfrey
Lawrence 60' Vrancic 83'
Marriott 65' Rhodes 90'
Pearce Trybull
Roos Srbeny
Huddlestone Thompson 85'

Game Statistics

14 Goal attempts 14
6 On Target 5
7 Corners 8
12 Fouls 17
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
57 % 43

Norwich City took a deserved point from Pride Park on Wednesday night in an entertaining game, albeit one that was short on real clear cut chances.

Daniel Farke named an unchanged side to the one that had seen the Canaries win the last four league games in a row, despite one or two feelings (from me) that Mario Vrancic was on the verge of a start.

It was another decent performance from Norwich as they extended their unbeaten run.

Timm Klose opened the scoring from a Buendia corner on 69 minutes with an unmarked free header and it looked as though the Yellows might hold on, only for Craig Bryson to equalise with just four minutes to go.

Derby pushed at the end but a draw was a fair result, I’d say.

There were several decent performances with Leitner and Tettey being instrumental in the centre and some hard work right across the back four, not forgetting some good stuff from Buendia, Stiepermann and Cantwell too.

When called upon as well, Tim Krul had a very good game.

Derby is a tough place to go and the Rams were competent and organised, as you’d expect. I didn’t really see them scoring after City had gone ahead but the home side’s overall play did deserve a goal.

All in all, a draw was just about right as City moved back into the play off places (5th), four points off top spot with Stoke up next, at home on Saturday.



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