Championship video report: Norwich City 2 Bolton Wanderers 1

00:44 01 November 2014

Cameron Jerome of Norwich scores his sides first goal and celebrates during his side

Cameron Jerome of Norwich scores his sides first goal and celebrates during his side's Sky Bet Championship 2-1 win against Bolton at Carrow Road, Norwich . Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

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David Freezer reports from Carrow Road as Norwich City end a run of five games without a win by beating Bolton Wanderers 2-1, thanks to goals from Cameron Jerome.

Jerome scored once in either half as the Canaries made the most of a promising performance – but there were still a few scares in store for City fans on Halloween night.

Lee Chung-Yong made the most of some poor defending to set up a tense finish to the game. The hosts hung on to their victory though, to move up to third in the Championship table.

For a full report on the game, as well as reaction from Norwich boss Neil Adams and his Bolton counterpart Neil Lennon, press play on the video above.

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  • I saw that comment on another board, Paul. If Olsson needs a rest, perhaps Neil could ask Gordon Strachan`s permission to play Whittaker at LB? He seems less Bambi-esque there than at RB. Though Garrido is a better LB, IMHO. The Forest & M`bro games will be severe tests of our defensive quality. Thoughts of Whits @ RB give me nightmares...

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, November 1, 2014

  • In three words, "Olsen needs rest".

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    Saturday, November 1, 2014

  • There were a few scares but I don't think that Bolton equalized!

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