MATCHDAY RECAP: Danjuma strike sinks City to first league defeat of the season
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Arnaut Danjuma’s first-half strike condemned Norwich City to their first loss of the season - and our Canaries correspondents were at Dean Court to keep you up to date with all the action.
The winger turned and hit his driven effort into the net. Jason Tindall’s men march up the table and remain unbeaten despite a very positive performance in the second period from City.
Daniel Farke’s men have begun life back in the second-tier with a 1-0 victory away to Huddersfield Town and a 2-2 draw with former City boss Alex Neil’s Preston North End.
Today, they face a Cherries side also hoping to hold a place at the top end of the table following relegation from the Premier League - with Eddie Howe’s former assistant manager Tindall now at the helm.
Tindall has started life in the hotseat with an unbeaten start, Bournemouth claimed a 3-2 victory over Blackburn Rovers on the opening day of the season before drawing 1-1 with Middlesbrough last weekend.
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The two sides last met in January in the Premier League - with City claiming a 1-0 victory at Carrow Road courtesy of a Teemu Pukki penalty.
- You can recap all the updates, analysis and reaction from Dean Court with our reporters in the live blog above
- 1 City's Giannoulis move enters the end game
- 2 Paddy Davitt verdict: Relentless City operating on a different level
- 3 "He has all the attributes" - Former coach backs Giannoulis to succeed with Norwich
- 4 Six things you might have missed after Norwich City's victory in Cardiff
- 5 City keeper issues injury update
- 6 'My journey has been life-changing' - Cantwell reflects on three years since his City debut
- 7 Canaries captain hails 'outstanding' display from Hugill
- 8 'Best team in the league' - Harris raves about Canaries
- 9 Paddy Davitt: Player ratings after Canaries' 2-1 Cardiff win
- 10 Farke reveals Buendia concerns and fitness updates on Pukki and Krul after 2-1 Cardiff win