Norwich City retained their place at the top of the Championship table as they beat Bristol City 3-2 at Carrow Road.
Bristol City came into the game on a lengthy unbeaten run, with their last loss in the league dating back to November.
Despite taking the lead twice in the first-half, Norwich came back in the second-half to secure all three points with Ben Godfrey equalising and then Kenny McLean striking from distance to win it.
Here is how we rated Norwich’s players…
Tim Krul: 7
Little he could do about either goal, but made a good save in the second-half and calmed the play down by commanding his penalty area and claiming the ball.
Max Aarons: 8
Defensively solid and picked up the assist for Ben Godfrey.
Ben Godfrey: 8
Could have done better for Bristol City’s 2nd, but was immense in the second-half and poked the ball in for the second equaliser.
Christoph Zimmermann: 7
Not his best game, but he improved in the second-half.
Jamal Lewis: 7
Made an excellent tackle in the box in the first-half and looked good going forward.
Tom Trybull: 7
Struggled at times in the first-half, but ran the game after the break and was crucial to how Norwich won the match.
Kenny McLean: 9
Two great finishes for each of his goals as he secured the three points for Norwich, excellent performance.
Emi Buendia: 7
Great cross field ball in the build-up to the first goal. Defended well when he needed to and always looked dangerous.
Marco Stiepermann: 7
Was constantly causing Bristol City issues with his direct running. Will be disappointed to have seen his shot hit the crossbar when he was free 12-yards out.
Onel Hernandez: 7
Was brilliant at getting past the fullback and getting into a good position, but his decision making let him down too often. Played his part in the first goal, though.
Teemu Pukki: 7
Found chances hard to come by, but set-up McLean for his first goal and was always looking to stretch the defence.
Jordan Rhodes: 6
Mario Vrancic: 6
Timm Klose: N/A