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Norwich City 5 - Wolves 2

Coca-Cola Championship

Carrow Road

21/10/08 19:47

Attendance: 24,351

Referee: G Horwood

Norwich City
5 - 2
Wolves
Ikeme (28, og), Lita (39, 58, 70, Croft (75)
 
Collins (41), Ebanks-Blake (67, pen)
 
Venue: Carrow Road
 
Attendance: 24,351
The Teams
1 David Marshall
 
 
 
Carl Ikeme 30
 
 
22 Elliot Omozusi
 
 
 
Kevin Foley 32
 
 
6 Dejan Stefanovic
 
 
 
Neill Collins 2
 
 
12 Gary Doherty
 
 
 
Richard Stearman 5
 
 
21 Ryan Bertrand
 
 
 
Stephen Ward 11
 
 
7 Lee Croft
 
 
77
 
Karl Henry 8
 
 
8 Sammy Clingan
 
 
 
David Edwards 4
 
 
20 Darel Russell
 
 
 
Michael Kightly 7
 
 
78
14 Wesley Hoolahan
 
 
 
Carlos Edwards 24
 
 
63
9 Antoine Sibierski
 
 
86
 
S Ebanks-Blake 9
 
 
44 Leroy Lita
 
 
90
 
Chris Iwelumo 19
 
 
73
Substitutes
24 Matthew Pattison
 
 
 
Wayne Hennessey 1
 
 
25 Stuart Nelson
 
 
 
Jason Shackell 22
 
 
73
18 Arturo Lupoli
 
 
 
David Jones 14
 
 
78
10 Jamie Cureton
 
 
 
Andrew Keogh 10
 
 
63
17 David Bell
 
 
 
Sam Vokes 22
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Game Statistics
13
Goal Attempts
13
8
On Target
5
16
Crosses
16
2
Corners
4
5
Offside
3
13
Fouls
16
1
Yellow Cards
2
-
Red Cards
1
53
%
47




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Writer: Stuart Smith Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday October 21 2008

Time: 10:14PM

Your Comments

what a terrible result......what the hell happened......I thought you were going to walk the league....but now...after that....I just dont know....
lincolnblue
Need to get back on track quickly.
Tiny T
well at least you have done that now...two more wins....and back on the top !!!....well done !!
lincolnblue
The big statistic for me is 31 points from 31 goals! I don't quite know how that's come together but it would make sense to just keep scoring. Birmingham lost it at QPR against 10 men -- by not scoring. The top spot can be kept as long as you keep popping them in.
Sindbad
Good victory over cardiff today. keep in up!
ArabianKnight
 

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