Krul voted Player of the Month by City fans
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Tim Krul has won Norwich City’s Player of the Month award for October.
It was a good month for the 32-year-old, finally winning his ninth Holland cap, five years since suffering a serious knee injury during his last international appearance.
He also saved a crucial penalty in the 2-1 win at Rotherham, when the Millers were leading 1-0, and made pivotal saves during the 1-1 draw at Brentford and the 3-1 victory at Bristol City.
Krul was presented with his award ahead of Tuesday’s 0-0 home draw with Millwall, his third clean sheet from his 10 games for City so far this season, conceding eight so far.
The club’s reigning player of the season edged out midfielder Lukas Rupp in the voting, held by the Canaries using their social media accounts, with the award sponsored by Falcon Cranes. Krul has played every minute of the last 40 league games and has now played 94 games in total for Norwich.
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