Poll: Mark Bunn was our Norwich City Man of the Match against Tottenham Hotspur, who was yours?

Norwich City goalkeeper Mark Bunn produced several good stops against Tottenham Hotspur before his penalty save late in the game. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images Norwich City goalkeeper Mark Bunn produced several good stops against Tottenham Hotspur before his penalty save late in the game. Picture: Paul Chesterton / Focus Images

Thursday, November 1, 2012
11:27 AM

Mark Bunn showed that Norwich City have a more than able deputy to John Ruddy with an assured display against Tottenham Hotspur.

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The goalkeeper won the battle of wits against Clint Dempsey to deny the striker from the spot but produced several other good stops to catch the eye.

It will be interesting to see if manager Chris Hughton keeps faith with the former Blackburn man for the quarter-final against Aston Villa.

6 comments

  • Perhaps shefcanary could apprise us of how to do it "only wernce"?

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    Mad Brewer

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • Benchwarming "jokes" have a serious downside, Pepper. If Mark is really ambitious, why would he exchange bench-warming at Blackburn for a similar role @ Norwich? Obviously it is a Premiership bench and Norwich is a much nicer place to be than Blackburn. But understudying a younger man, to boot. It`s clear he`s a good goalkeeper, no doubt about it. Of course, there may be an agenda we are not yet privy to. See next January`s exciting episode of "The Window Is Open"?

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    Mad Brewer

    Friday, November 2, 2012

  • I agree that Tettey changed the game once he came on. Fox was unfortunately not able to put in the kind of performance that means he will be pushing for a start any time soon and Tettey proved the difference in class. However, Bunn was Man Of The Match for me...A commanding performance that included 1 or 2 world class saves as well as the Penalty stop. Perhaps now some of the 'Benchwarming' jokes can stop as he proved once and for all that Rudd and Steer are not yet ready for this level.

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    PepperJ17

    Thursday, November 1, 2012

  • I agree that Tettey changed the game once he came on. Fox was unfortunately not able to put in the kind of performance that means he will be pushing for a start any time soon and Tettey proved the difference in class. However, Bunn was Man Of The Match for me...A commanding performance that included 1 or 2 world class saves as well as the Penalty stop. Perhaps now some of the 'Benchwarming' jokes can stop as he proved once and for all that Rudd and Steer are not yet ready for this level.

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    PepperJ17

    Thursday, November 1, 2012

  • Tettey for me - game changer. Spuds midfield went AWOL when he came on - frightened out of their skin. If another midfielder had come on Spuds would have held out!

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    shefcanary

    Thursday, November 1, 2012

  • Benchwarming "jokes" have a serious downside, Pepper. If Mark is really ambitious, why would he exchange bench-warming at Blackburn for a similar role @ Norwich? Obviously it is a Premiership bench and Norwich is a much nicer place to be than Blackburn. But understudying a younger man, to boot. It`s clear he`s a good goalkeeper, no doubt about it. Of course, there may be an agenda we are not yet privy to. See next January`s exciting episode of "The Window Is Open"?

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    Mad Brewer

    Friday, November 2, 2012

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