Premier League: Norwich City vs Wolves player ratings as Norwich City and Wolves encounter ends in a 0-0 draw

Here are the player ratings for the Premier League fixture between Norwich City and Wolves

Carrow stadium witnessed a high voltage goalless drama between Norwich City and Wolves. Both the teams lacked penetration in the attacking front which resulted in no goals. Norwich City had a huge blow when Normann was subbed off in 36th minute but Rupp ensured that the tactics and momentum is sustained by Norwich City. Wolves didn’t start well but in the 2nd half, introduction of Traore looked to create more goal scoring chances. This draw means Wolves are at 6th position and Norwich City sustains at 19th position in the league.

Here are the players rating from the match between Norwich City and Wolves.

Norwich City

Tim Krul (GK) (7/10): The Norwich City goalkeeper looked spot on from the very 1st minute. He made some great passes to the defenders and made two important saves.

Brandon Williams (8/10): Williams was outstanding at left back position. He made an outstanding interception to dent the build up by Jimenez and Moutinho. He also had 95% passing accuracy and won 3 tackles against Wolves midfielders.

Ben Gibson (7/10): At Centre Back, Gibson was struggling initially but he gained momentum after 15 minutes. He had 84% passing accuracy but and also made some beautiful interceptions.

Grant Hanley (7/10): Hanley was sharp and active throughout the game. He made 3 important interceptions to choke Wolves attackers from getting in scoring positions. During the attacking situations, he had an excellent shot but it was off target.

Max Aarons (7/10): Aarons was involved extensively in both attacking and defensive build up for Norwich City. He had 83% passing accuracy and he missed a close chance of scoring.

M Normann (7/10): Normann looked outstanding in the midfield with the ball and runs. But his passing was poor, it only had 65% passing accuracy. He was subbed off due to injury in 36th minute.

Milot Rashica (7/10): Both on and off the ball, Rashica was fantastic. He was able to run through Wolves defense and also helped in attacking build up with Mclean, Gilmour and Sargent.

Kenny Mclean (7/10): Mclean looked very firm throughout the match as he made some very key passes and also had 85% passing accuracy.

Billy Gilmour (7/10): At central midfield, Gilmour was very effective. His passing accuracy was close to 91% and on multiple occasions provided balls at empty spaces to Pukki and Sargent.

Josh Sargent (7/10): Sargent was brilliant with his runs with the ball at right wing. His crosses and passes accuracy was very good and on multiple occasions, he dodged pass Kilman and Semedo.

T Pukki (7/10): In the complete game, Pukki was in great rhythm with Sargent and Gilmour. He also had great passing accuracy in the opposition box but couldn’t score goals.


Lukas Rupp (8/10): He produced some great passes for Norwich after coming as a substitute for injured Normann in just 36 minutes. It helped Norwich to maintain the momentum of the game in their favour.

Christos Tzolis (7/10): Dean Smith wanted to maintain the attacking pace and with Sargent tiring off, he replaced him with Tzolis. Tzolis was upto the task and made some phenomenal runs in Wolves defense.

Kieran Dowell (N/A)


Jose Sa (GK) (7/10): Sa also performed in level terms with opposition goalkeeper. He made 3 important saves and also his passes allowed more options for Wolves attackers to get scoring chances.

Romain Saiss (7/10): Saiss was very intact with his passing and creating spaces on the pitch. He was constantly tracking the movements by Pukki and Rashica and also made 5 important clearances to dent Norwich chances.

Conor Coady (7/10): At the centre back position, Coady was outstanding with his interceptions and blocks. He blocked Gilmour and Sargent attacking chances and also had 87% passing accuracy.

Max Kilman (6/10): Kilman struggled at defense to stop Sargent and Pukki to get in scoring positions. Initially he was loosing the possession of the ball and it was giving opportunity to Norwich to attack even more.

Rayan Ait Nouri (7/10): Nouri was very active and had an excellent game in attacking front, making two key passes. He had 87% passing accuracy and also helped in building some chances for Wolves attackers.

Joao Moutinho (7/10): In the midfield, Moutinho was the best player. He looked very impressive with his passes and runs. He also provided had 95% passing accuracy and also made 2 important interceptions to dent Mclean to create attacking chances.

Ruben Neves (6/10): Neves presented a lack lustre performance in the complete game. He was unable to hold possession and build on for Hwang and Jimenez.

Nelson Semedo (6/10): Semedo looked out of sorts throughout the game for Wolves. He had only 69% passing accuracy and also on multiple occasions, he found difficult to hold the runs by Sargent and Pukki.

Hwang Hee-Chan (7/10): At left wing, Hwang looked very good both on and off the ball. He provided some important passes and had 96% passing accuracy.

Raul Jimenez (6/10): Jimenez was not able to penetrate Norwich defense and with 67% passing accuracy, he was unable to threaten the opposition defense.

Francisco Trincao (6/10): In the game, Trincao also had issues similar to Jimenez. He was not in great positions to score and also never had the chances to score goals for his team.


Adama Traore (7/10): In the 2nd half substitution, Traore replaced Trincao to penetrate Norwich defense. He was amazing with his runs and with 92% passing accuracy, he allowed Wolves close to score.

Leander Dendoncker (7/10): Dendoncker was brought in as a tactical move by Bruno to bring more fluidity in midfield and he did amazingly well with great through balls and key passes.

Ki- Jana Hoever (N/A)

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