Date: 24th November 2018 at 6:45pm
Written by:
Swansea City
1 – 4
Norwich City

Liberty Stadium

Sky Bet Championship

24/11/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 18780

Referee: Darren Bond

Swansea City Norwich City
James 41' Van der Hoorn 16' OG, Buendia 24', Stiepermann 37', Pukki 60'
Mulder Krul
Naughton Lewis
Van der Hoorn Zimmermann
Rodon Klose
Grimes Aarons
Fulton 45' Tettey (c)
Fer (c) 45' Leitner 89'
Roberts Buendia 86'
Celina 68' Stiepermann
James Hernandez 77'
McBurnie Pukki


Nordfelt McGovern
Bony 45' Godfrey
Olsson 45' Marshall
Asoro Vrancic 86'
Carter-Vickers Rhodes 89'
McKay 68' Trybull
John Cantwell 77'

Game Statistics

13 Goal attempts 11
6 On Target 7
7 Corners 2
11 Fouls 13
0 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
56 % 44

The Norwich City juggernaut keeps on rolling”

That was a soundbite that I heard on BBC Sport after watching the Canaries score four goals for the third match in a row. I managed to find a not so dodgy stream and watched the game courtesy of Swans TV.

Quite how we’ve got to this point after such a poor start up until the first international break is a mystery to me but since then, the rise up the table and the football being played has been sensational.

After this latest international break, City have come back to League football like they haven’t missed a beat. Before the start of play, I would’ve been happy with a point at the Liberty Stadium but after we scored the first goal, courtesy of Mike van der Hoorn’s outstretched leg, the Canaries never looked in danger of returning to Norfolk with anything less then the full three points.

Another terrific performance from Emi Buendia, Marco Stiepermann’s second goal for the club (the first also came in Wales at Cardiff) and the obligatory Teemu Pukki goal, sealed the win and kept Norwich clear at the top of the table and long may that continue.



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