Date: 25th September 2018 at 9:53pm
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Wycombe Wanderers
3 – 4
Norwich City

Adams Park

Carabao Cup

25/09/2018 7:45 pm

Referee: Jeremy Simpson

Wycombe Wanderers Norwich City
Cowan-Hall 17’, Saunders 61’ pen, McCarthy 75’ Rhodes 12’, 14’, 51’, Trybull 41’
Allsop McGovern
Cowan-Hall Passlack
McCarthy Zimmermann
Charles 62’ Godfrey
Jombati Pinto (c)
Freeman Trybull
Bloomfield (c) 62’ Thompson 76’
Buendia 86’
Srbeny 88’
Samuel 82’ Rhodes


Kashket 82’ Krul
Yates Leitner
Harriman 62’ Lewis 76’
Morris Klose 86’
Thompson Stiepermann 88’
Akinfenwa 62’ Pukki
Williams Aarons

Game Statistics

16 Goal attempts 12
9 On Target 6
2 Corners 7
14 Fouls 13
3 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
47 % 53

Norwich City finally hauled themselves over the line and into the fourth round of the Carabao Cup with a nervy 4-3 win over Wycombe Wanderers at Adams Park on Tuesday evening.

Daniel Farke made 9 changes to the side that beat QPR on Saturday for his side’s third away game in six days. In came McGovern, Passlack, Godfrey, Pinto, Trybull, Thompson, Srbeny, Vrancic and Jordan Rhodes.

It was Rhodes that got things off to a flyer as he scored twice in two minutes to put City 2-0 ahead on 14 minutes. The second goal was a cracker from the edge of the area into the top corner too.

Wycombe got one back before Super Tom Trybull scored a third with a header from a corner to give City a 3-1 lead at the break. The second half saw Rhodes get his hat trick and the game looked effectively over at 4-1.

However, Wycombe got back into it via a Saunders penalty, conceded by Godfrey, that looked a little harsh at first sight. Another Wycombe goal on 75 minutes meant it was a very nervy ending but the late introductions of Timm Klose and Marco Stiepermann, coupled with some excellent late saves from Michael McGovern, helped steady the ship and see the game out.


City roll on with their fourth win in a row and an unbeaten run that now stands at five games. They’ll also be in the hat for the next round. It’s never dull, is it?!



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