Norwich City moved back to the top of the Championship as they beat Ipswich 3-0 in the East Anglian derby.
The Canaries scored after just one minute and 25 seconds as Onel Hernandez converted from close range, his seventh of the season.
Ipswich had a few free-kicks from distance but rarely troubled, as Tim Krul had an easy afternoon between the sticks.
Daniel Farke’s men then killed the game off in the second-half as Teemu Pukki scored twice, both assisted by Emi Buendia, to round off the scoring.
Here is how we rated Norwich’s players…
Tim Krul: 6
Had nothing to do.
Max Aarons: 8
Excellent down the right, both defensively and offensively.
Ben Godfrey: 8
Read the game well and was assured in possession.
Christoph Zimmermann: 9
Very good performance from Zimmermann, as he made a couple of superb blocks to keep Ipswich at bay.
Jamal Lewis: 7
Not his best game, but did enough.
Mario Vrancic: 7
Was brave to win the header in the build up to Hernandez’s goal before being clattered several times and forced to go off injured.
Tom Trybull: 8
Strong in the tackle and good on the ball, Trybull had yet another impressive performance.
Emi Buendia: 9
Sensational. Buendia is the best player in the Championship on his day and today was his day. Set up both of Pukki’s goals and was excellent throughout.
Marco Stiepermann: 4
A real let down. He was often wasteful when in good positions and then was guilty of what appeared to be an embarrassing dive in the second half, not what you want to see.
Onel Hernandez: 8
Scored the opener and was a constant threat on the ball.
Teemu Pukki: 9
20 Championship goals now for Pukki, who produced two more clinical finishes to seal the three points.
Alex Tettey: 6
Todd Cantwell: 5
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