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Alex Pritchard acknowledged the away support at Aston Villa. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images L

Alex Pritchard acknowledged the away support at Aston Villa. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Which Norwich City player performed the best in the 2-0 Championship loss against Aston Villa? Let us know by casting your vote in the poll on this page.

Undoubted promise for long spells prior to the interval but the same sorry story on the road for Norwich City.

Alex Pritchard teed up Cameron Jerome for two chances that needed to be slotted before Jonathan Kodjia made no mistake from Jacob Murphy's turnover. His second late on was the instinctive finish on a man at the top of his game. There was few, if any, in the visiting ranks who could make the same claim.

Norwich looked composed and threatening with Graham Dorrans switching the play and Alex Tettey providing the ballast allowing Jonny Howson to be deployed higher up the field.

Michael McGovern was largely under-used, apart from one excellent parry to foil Scott Hogan. Yet Dorrans' half-time injury exit saw Norwich cede the same measure of control they had established prior to the interval.

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Steven Whittaker managed to eventually get to grips with Albert Adomah. Ivo Pinto was an increasing threat in the final third before his second yellow card and Yanic Wildschut provided some late impetus when he was introduced.

Our Norwich City correspondent, Paddy Davitt, went for Pritchard who is rapidly emerging as one of the genuine causes for optimism in a season which is limping to a mid-table finale.

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