Norwich City moved to the top of the Championship with a 4-0 win away to Sheffield Wednesday.
The Canaries might have been left to rue another missed penalty after the score was 0-0 at half-time – with Mario Vrancic missing from the spot in the 10th minute.
However, an excellent second-half showing secured the three points – with Teemu Pukki scoring twice, Emi Buendia netting for the second league match in-a-row and Dennis Srbeny slotting in his first Championship goal of the season.
Here are four things we learned from the game…
Krul back to his best
Another fine showing from the Dutchman goes to prove that he is back to his best after a shaky start.
Pukki is back
Despite missing the past month with an injury, Pukki scored twice and was superb on his first start back. The Finnish forward doesn’t need time to get back to his best.
Norwich need to find a penalty taker
After Vrancic’s poor penalty miss, Norwich need to find a designated penalty taker. There has to be a player in the team who can dispatch penalties – my best guess would be Moritz Leitner.
Buendia has been a revelation
With two goals and eight assists now this season, Buendia is looking to be a revelation.