Date: 2nd December 2018 at 9:53am
Written by:
Norwich City
3 – 1
Rotherham United

Carrow Road


1/12/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 25858

Referee: Steve Martin

Norwich City Rotherham United
Cantwell (55), Aarons (71), Pukki (84) Towell (11)
Krul Rodak
Aarons Vyner
Lewis (Rhodes 87) Mattock
Zimmermann Ajayi
Klose Robertson (Wood 45)
Vrancic (Trybull 89) Vaulks
Buendia Forde (Proctor 73)
Tettey Williams
Stiepermann Newell (Taylor 42)
Cantwell Towell
Pukki (Godfrey 90+3) Smith


McGovern Price
Passlack Jones
Godfrey Wood
Marshall Manning
Trybull Wiles
Rhodes Taylor
Srbeny Proctor

Game Statistics

19 Goal attempts 10
7 On Target 4
7 Corners 5
7 Fouls 14
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
64 % 36

Rotherham United didn’t pick up any points at Carrow Road against leaders Norwich City yesterday despite going in at half-time with a one-nil lead.

I don’t think many people will argue that we were as good – if not a little better – than the Canaries in the first half, having more shots on goal in that first forty-five minutes.

But, equally I don’t think there’s any doubt that Norwich were the better side in the second half. They obviously scored three times – the first a well worked goal the second and third the way I was looking at it were definite defensive errors. It happens and before the game began who would actually have put money on the Millers getting anything from this game?

I know some of us, me included, say we need to hold on to a lead, especially away from home, but it was always going to be difficult to hold on for eighty or so minutes.

Norwich ended the game in top spot, the Millers down one to twentieth on goal difference. And, it might be worse if Millwall win away at West Brom this afternoon.

We’ve got our first away South Yorkshire derby next weekend – I think we need to be taking a point from that, don’t you?


2 Replies to “A Quick Glance At Yesterday’s Stats – Millers v Canaries”

Your Comment