Norwich made it 5 Championship wins in a row with victory over Hull to maneuver again above Leeds on the prime of the desk.
Jarrod Bowen clipped the publish with a free-kick for the guests earlier than Norwich’s Marco Stiepermann weaved into the world and guided residence an opener.
The Canaries had been two up when the ball fell for Emi Buendia to faucet in after a David Marshall save, however Marc Pugh pulled one again for Hull on half-time with a wonderful contact and end after an error from keeper Tim Krul.
Man-of-the-match Buendia completed by Marshall’s legs to make it 3-1 after an beautiful one-two with Teemu Pukki and Norwich held on regardless of former striker Chris Martin’s late header for Hull.
Norwich are two factors forward of second-placed Leeds and 4 away from Sheffield United in third, with Nigel Adkins’ Hull staying 13th.
Carrow Road was rocking after the membership introduced head coach Daniel Farke had signed a brand new deal till 2022 simply minutes earlier than kick-off, however the guests had the higher begin till Stiepermann’s mazy run and end.
Buendia’s first aim was barely lucky, coming after ex-Canaries keeper Marshall saved from Onel Hernandez, with the ball ricocheting straight to the Argentine simply yards out.
Marshall’s reverse quantity Krul gave the ball away below strain and was punished ruthlessly by Hull’s Pugh from exterior the field however the guests have now misplaced 5 away Championship video games in a row, conceding 16 objectives in that point.
Norwich’s third was began by an audacious flick from Buendia, with Pukki backheeling into the playmaker’s path to complete, with Farke’s facet now solely 9 video games away from a possible return to the Premier League.
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