Canaries Not Feeling Blue After Victory Against Cardiff

21st January 2015

Norwich City scraped another vital win at the weekend, seeing off Cardiff in a thrilling 3-2 victory on Alex Neil’s debut game in charge.
Brad Johnson was named the Anglian Home Improvements Player of the Month of December
It was a day for celebrating as Bradley Johnson was named the Anglian Home Improvements Player of the Month after bagging himself a few goals and Man of the Match appearances over the Christmas period.

It was a game of two contrasting halves with Norwich gaining a 3-0 lead before half-time.

Gary Hooper opened the scoring after 15 minutes. Simon Moore had done a good job of keeping out the striker’s early effort, but he couldn’t stop his header at the back post. Redmond crossed the ball to Jerome who flicked it towards the back post where Hooper pounced.

Lafferty bagged his first goal of the season on the 25th minute. He picked up the ball on the edge of the penalty area, pushed the ball onto his right foot to unleash a curling shot that went in off the far post.

Cardiff were thrown a lifeline when Carlos Cuellar was adjudged to have tripped Adam Le Fondre just inside the penalty area. Peter Whittingham, the set piece specialist stepped up, but his fierce shot was saved by an outstretch John Ruddy, who guessed the right way.

Cameron Jerome made it 3-0 deep into first half injury time. Russell Martin charged into the penalty area and fired a shot. It was blocked, but fell nicely to Jerome who volleyed it in from close range.

Cameron Jerome was named the Anglian Home Improvements Man of the Match against Cardiff
After Redmond began the second half hitting the bar from his pile driver, Cardiff put up a spirited fight with Alex Revell opening his account for the Bluebirds. Peter Whittingham whipped the ball into the back post where Revell calmly side footed the ball into the net.

It was only 3 minutes later and Cardiff had scored again. Kadeem Harris ran onto a long ball that was flicked on and he finished with a cheeky lob over Ruddy as he sprinted out to narrow the angle.

It was teed up to be a grand stand finish, but neither team managed to grab another goal to seal the fate of the match. Norwich ended up being 3-2 winners, Alex Neil’s first home victory.

Cameron Jerome was named the Anglian Home Improvements Man of the Match after scoring his 14th goal of the season.

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