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  • Bolton 1-2 Norwich: Klasnic red-card, Pilkington, Johnson, Petrov scored

    Norwich City won their first away match in the top flight for 17 years after holding on to beat 10-man Bolton 2-1 at the Reebok, Saturday 17/09/2011.
    The damage was done in the first half as first Premier League goals for Anthony Pilkington and Bradley Johnson gave Paul Lambert’s side a commanding lead before Bolton forward Ivan Klasnic was shown a straight red card for violent conduct.

    Despite being a man down the home side rallied in the second period, Martin Petrov pulling one back from the spot as the Canaries gave away their fourth penalty of the nascent season.

    Norwich were forced to withstand a late flurry from the hosts, with John Ruddy making a good late stop from substitute David N’Gog in the dying seconds of injury time, but they held on to pull away from the relegation zone with their first win of the campaign.

    Bolton, meanwhile, lie precariously close to the bottom three having lost four of their opening five games of the season, and nine of their last 10 Premier League encounters.
    Reda Maher - on Twitter @Reda_Maher / Eurosport



    Bolton: Jaaskelainen, Boyata, Robinson, Cahill, Knight, Reo-Coker, Pratley, Petrov, Tuncay, Klasnic, Davies;
    Subs: Bogdan, Wheater, Muamba, Davies, Eagles, Kakuta, NGog

    Norwich: Ruddy, Martin, Barnett, Naughton, Tierney, Johnson, Pilkington, Hoolahan, Fox, Bennett, Morison;
    Subs: Rudd, Crofts, De Laet, Vaughan, Holt, Martin


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