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Cameron Jerome struck twice against Blackburn.
Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Cameron Jerome struck twice against Blackburn. Picture: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Matthew Usher/Focus Images Ltd

Which Norwich City player performed the best in the 2-2 Championship draw against Blackburn? Let us know by casting your vote in the poll on this page.

Given the build up brought Alex Neil's demise as Norwich City manager and effectively an acceptance from the top the Championship play-offs are now beyond reach, you could almost forget a game of football did break out at Carrow Road.

Mitchell Dijks' red card for a lunge on Marvin Emnes levelled the playing field and forced Alan Irvine's squad to play effectively 80 minutes a man light. City were pierced twice in the space of seven second-half minutes, but showed character to hit back.

Cameron Jerome's purple patch continued with his sixth and seventh goals in the last nine games. Ivo Pinto shrugged off an early injury scare to prove his commitment to the cause. The Portuguese full back also burst into the Blackburn penalty area before unleashing a stinging drive against the outside of Jason Steele's post.

Jonny Howson and Alex Tettey had to cover plenty of extra ground to fill holes and deny Rovers more sights of Michael McGovern's goal. There was also some fleeting moments of promise from the Murphy twins in a game played out against a frankly bizarre backdrop of barely concealed frustration at times from the home support over a season which nosedived from that promising opening weekend hammering of Blackburn.


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Our Norwich City correspondent, Paddy Davitt, could not look beyond Jerome, who has added goals to his weekly work rate of late and was in the right place to earn the Canaries some tangible reward for their efforts.

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