Burnley 0-0 Norwich City: Player ranking

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Burnley vs Norwich City offered the precise quantity of leisure and objectives all of us anticipated on Saturday afternoon at Turf Moor: none.

Burnley have been the higher facet within the opening trade and will have been rewarded for his or her dominance with a penalty within the fifteenth minute. However, Tim Krul’s double blow to the face of Matej Vydra was unpunished.

After the penalty deal, not a lot occurred throughout the remainder of the primary half. The residence workforce had many of the ball, however what they did with it was lower than spectacular. Chooses to cross wildly into the field at each alternative, however with none high quality.

It was not enjoyable.

We obtained some hope that it may get a bit of higher within the second half by Mathias Normann, who noticed a respectable free kick from the sting of the field effectively saved by Nick Pope.

Not lengthy after Norwich created their greatest probability of the opening hour, with Max Aarons whipping a beautiful put up to the again put up to an unmarked Ozan Kabak – who ballooned his ensuing nod over the crossbar.

Moments later, the spectacular Normann scored virtually one in all the season’s objectives thus far. The midfielder rolled previous a Burnley defender, jinked previous one other after which unleashed a poisonous effort on purpose from the appropriate facet of the penalty space. The try wound over the Pope in purpose, however pulled off the crossbar afterwards.

After this probability, the recreation returned to regular, with each groups kicking their legs aside and crossing the ball goalless into one another’s penalty space.

It was not enjoyable.

Until Burnley virtually made a last-minute winner by Lowton. The hill rushed in on the again put up to lock itself on a cross, however went simply over the bar.

Nick Pope barely had something to do / Nathan Stirk / Getty Images

Nick Pope (GK) – 5/10 – Made a respectable save within the second half.

Matthew Lowton (RB) – 5/10 – Worked onerous on the appropriate flank.

James Tarkowski (CB) – 5/10 – Fast, however a bit of too robust within the deal with generally and went a high quality line many of the recreation.

Nathan Collins (CB) – 6/10 – Decent efficiency from the Irishman.

Charlie Taylor (LB) – 4/10 – Ran up and down the flank quite a bit, however didn’t give a lot high quality on each side of the ball.

McNeil asks the world why he cannot management a soccer / Nathan Stirk / Getty Images

Aaron Lennon (RM) – 2/10 – Saw a lot of the ball and did so little with it.

Josh Brownhill (CM) – 5/10 – Looked respectable when he ran with the ball generally, nevertheless it was rarely sufficient.

Ashley Westwood (CM) – 5/10 – Did her job. As he at all times does.

Dwight McNeil (LM) – 3/10 – Do not be within the race immediately, unusually clumsy on the ball.

Wood buzzes the ball in a row Z / Nathan Stirk / Getty Images

Matej Vydra (ST) – 4/10 – Took some heavy challenges and was pressured off at half time.

Chris Wood (ST) – 4/10 – It should have been irritating for him to see his broad midfielder and fullback fail to place in a superb cross all day.

Jay Rodriguez – 5/10 – He was higher than Vydra, at the least.

Johann Berg Gudmundsson – N / A.

Ashley Barnes – N / A.

Kabak missed a superb probability / Nathan Stirk / Getty Images

Tim Krul (GK) – 5/10 – Had some furry moments, as he often does,

Ozan Kabak (CB) – 5/10 – Missed a fantastic probability on the hour mark. Defended fairly effectively although.

Grant Hanley (CB) – 6/10 – Burnley performed proper into his arms by hitting the ball goalless into the field a couple of trillion instances.

Ben Gibson (CB) – 5/10 – Probably his greatest efficiency ever at Turf Moor … which doesn’t say a lot,

Aarons Worked Hard / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA / Getty Images

Max Aarons (RWB) – 5/10 – Decent effort on purpose early and drives the ball outdoors the put up from 25 meters.

Pierre Lees -Melou (CM) – 4/10 – Westwood took over him on one too many events.

Mathias Normann (CM) – 6/10 – Looks like a respectable participant and clearly has an eye fixed on a cross. He must play extra.

Kenny McLean (CM) – 5/10 – Not a dangerous efficiency. Not good both.

Dimitris Giannoulis (LWB) – 4/10 – Sometimes struggled to defend the overlap from Lowton.

Sargent runs and doesn’t do a lot / Robbie Jay Barratt – AMA / Getty Images

Teemu Pukki (ST) – 4/10 – Made some sensible runs – too dangerous nobody seen them.

Josh Sargent (ST) – 3/10 – Worked very onerous with out truly doing something. Pretty achievement there.

Lukas Rupp – N / A.

Milot Rashica – N / A.

Adam Idah – N / A.

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