Give your player ratings on City’s win over Sheffield Wednesday

Harrison Reed is taken out by Barry Bannan, as Norwich City are awarded an injury-time penalty that

Harrison Reed is taken out by Barry Bannan, as Norwich City are awarded an injury-time penalty that is tucked awa by Nelson Oliveira - and with it, sealing a 3-1 Championship win over Sheffield Wednesday. Here is your chance to rate the players following an eventful night at Carrow Road. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City picked up their first victory in eight Championship matches with a 3-1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday on Saturday evening – and here's your chance to rate how the Canaries players performed.

City found themselves behind at half-time thanks to a well-worked opener from former Ipswich striker Jordan Rhodes.

However second-half goals from James Maddison, Timm Klose and Nelson Oliveira turned the entire Carrow Road atmosphere on its head – and with it, City's home supporters could relish their first win in exactly three months.

Rhodes' cute opener had left a disgruntled Carrow Road ready to burst – but City's trio of salvos made life look a whole lot brighter for Daniel Farke's Canaries.

Alex Pritchard – starting for the first time this season following injury – made the equaliser that Maddison took in his stride, before Klose's bullet header dispatched Maddison's corner.


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Oliveira was then on hand from 12 yards after Harrison Reed was dumped to the floor by Barry Bannan in the penalty box, in a last-minute counter.

City had gone seven games without a league win before Saturday evening, their previous victory coming at East Anglian derby rivals Ipswich back in October.

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But Carrow Road's wait for a Championship victory had been far greater. It was September 9 when the Canaries beat Birmingham 1-0 – exactly three months ago to the day of their next success.

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