In three games, League leaders Norwich win first. Lowe scores twice, Swansea beats Watford
After watching another brilliant goal earn them a 1-0 victory over Barnsley at Carrow Road, Norwich coach Daniel Farke has insisted Emi Buendía will remain at his club. In unforgettable fashion, just after the hour mark, the Argentine playmaker decided the game when he volleyed a deep pass into the net, giving Jack Walton no chance with his first touch of the ball. In an outstanding season in which his results have drawn attention from many Premier League clubs, it was Buendía’s seventh goal – but Farke is determined to maintain his precious asset. Farke said, “Emi is a key player for us, an important member of the group, and he has committed himself fully to us,” He’s our player and he’s going to continue to be our player. He has a long-term deal with the club, so we’re going to keep him. Everybody knows his qualities – I don’t anticipate interest only because today he scored a wonder goal. With 47 points from 23 games, the win puts Norwich four points clear at the top of the table. “He is our player and will continue to be our player. He has a long-term contract with the club, so we’ll keep him. Everyone knows his qualities – I don’t expect interest just because he scored a wonder goal today. The win puts Norwich four points clear at the top of the table with 47 points from 23 games. ” Farke said. ” Farke said. ” Farke said. Jamal Lowe scored twice as Swansea came from behind with a 2-1 win over Watford at Liberty Stadium for Crystal Palace and compound Sheffield United’s woesRead moreJamal Lowe scored twice as Swansea came from behind to climb to second place with a 2-1 win over Watford at Liberty Stadium. Tom Cleverley had shot the visitors into a 20th minute lead, but Lowe equalized before the break and headed halfway through the second half in Korey Smith’s cross for the winner.
Despite the equalization of Kane Hemmings, Matt Taylor and two Olamide Shodipo goals rattled the visitors before the break, Josh Ruffels adding a fourth and fifth in the second half. Tom Hopper scored seven minutes from time to extend Lincoln’s lead at the top of the table to four points with a victory over AFC Wimbledon. Before Hopper, Ollie Palmer cancelled the opening goal of Tayo Edun for the Imps
Greg Docherty sealed the 2-0 win after Pratley was sent off for an attack. After Gary Madine had given Blackpool an early lead, Brandon Hanlan and Sam Nicholson turned the game around for Bristol Rovers. Hanlon may have turned the game, but on-loan Sam Walker saved a penalty. Luke Jephcott won the Pilgrims match between Plymouth Argyle and Gillingham. Northampton and Sunderland split wii After a 3-1 home defeat to Middlesbrough, Wycombe remain bottom of the table. After just three minutes, Uche Ikpeazu scored his first goal for the club, but Marcus Browne and Marcus Tavernier responded and Chuba Akpom added the final goal nine minutes from time. The weak home form of Millwall continued as Coventry in The Den beat them 2-1. When Jake Cooper reached his own net after 20 minutes, the Lions dropped behind and Gustavo Hamer added Coventry’s second 6 minutes later. From the penalty spot on 74 minutes, Jed Wallace equalized, but it was not enough for Millwall as Murray Wallace was sent off in the final stages of the game to take their home losing streak to eight games. Quick ReviewLeague Two RoundupShowCarlisle took advantage of the frozen turf to go top with a 2-0 victory over Walsall at previous League leaders Newport County. Omari Patrick scored the opening goal and the scoring was finished by Joshua Kayode. Mansfield went ahead against Port