Norwich City leads Championship table as Teemu Pukki scored in 2-0 win.(Opinion)
By Firedadj | self meida writer
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Norwich City managed to lead the English championship table by four points after Teemu Pukki and Buendia scored in 2-0 win against Coventry.
Norwich City played their latest fixture in the English championship against Coventry away from home and managed to win the match 2-0, as they picked up three points from the match to extend their lead in top. Norwich City has extended their lead with a 4 points lead as they sit on 61 points and Brentford in second place with 57 points. Norwich City's win is all thanks to goals from Teemu Pukki and Emiliano Buendia for their two first half goals as they already lead 2-0 at the half time break. Norwich City win the match 2-0 in the end.
Norwich City opened the scoring in the first half of the match when Teemu Pukki scored in the 28th minute of the match as Emiliano Buendia assisted the goal to lead the match 1-0. Norwich City extended their lead when Emiliano Buendia scored the second goal in the 45+1 minute of the match as Teemu Pukki assisted the goal. Norwich City won the match 2-0 in the end.
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