Norwich City dropped points for the second game in succession as they needed a late goal to salvage a point away to Wigan on Sunday.
Reece James gave Wigan the lead just before half-time as he converted from the spot following a handball from Ben Godfrey.
Daniel Farke waited until the 75th minute to make a change, with Norwich then looking more like the side top of the Championship.
Kenny McLean drove forward from midfield and slotted in Teemu Pukki, who found the bottom corner to make it 1-1.
Here are our player ratings…
Tim Krul: 7
Made a massive save at 1-0 down to keep Norwich in the game.
Max Aarons: 6
Failed to offer much going forward and was caught out at the back at times.
Ben Godfrey: 5
He was a tad unfortunate with the penalty decision, but he was too easily beaten by long balls throughout the game.
Christoph Zimmermann: 5
Made some rash challenges and was bullied by Clarke.
Jamal Lewis: 7
Defended quite well, but lacked quality going forwards.
Tom Trybull: 7
Made some important challenges in the midfield and was constantly looking to win the ball back.
Kenny McLean: 5
Did well to set up Pukki for the equaliser, but wasted possession far too many times in midfield.
Todd Cantwell: 4
Missed a sitter in the first-half as he looked to control and shoot but fluffed his lines. Kept trying flicks that weren’t coming off, before going missing in the second-half.
Marco Stiepermann: 4
Consistently gave the ball away and missed a good chance late on.
Onel Hernandez: 5
Kept falling over for no reason when he should have put a cross in.
Teemu Pukki: 7
Scored the equaliser and created a great chance for Stiepermann late on.
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