Norwich were left frustrated as they were forced to settle for a point away to Wigan on Sunday.
The Canaries missed out on the chance to move nine points clear of third with four games to play, but still sit in a healthy position – seven clear of Sheffield United.
Reece James opened the scoring, from the spot, in the first-half for Wigan, but a goal from Teemu Pukki in the second-half secured a point for Norwich.
We asked you, the fans, to name your man of the match from the game and the results are in!
Here are your top five performers against Wigan…
5: Max Aarons (37%)
Aarons didn’t have his best game, but he makes it into the top five.
4: Tom Trybull (45%)
The combative midfield put himself about and made some crucial challenges.
3: Christoph Zimmermann (54%)
The Norwich captain makes it into the top three, despite a few hairy moments in the second-half.
2: Teemu Pukki (83%)
He scored the all-important goal to rescue a point for Norwich and created a great opening for Marco Stiepermann late on – who failed to convert.
1: Tim Krul (83%)
Krul had one of his better games of late, as he made a crucial save in the second-half to keep Norwich in the match. Leon Clarke was clean through and Krul came out smartly to block the shot.