Paddy Davitt: Norwich City player ratings after a 1-1 Championship point at Fulham

James Maddison tangles with Tom Cairney in Nowich City's 1-1 Championship draw at Fulham. Picture by

James Maddison tangles with Tom Cairney in Nowich City's 1-1 Championship draw at Fulham. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Our Norwich City correspondent Paddy Davitt has posted his marks following the Canaries’ 1-1 draw against Fulham.

City fans have been voting since the final whistle and this is Paddy’s verdict.

• Angus Gunn

No chance with the Fulham goal. Swept well. Decent in possession, 6.5

• Russell Martin

Major injury doubt but played through the pain barrier. 6.5


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• Christoph Zimmermann

One superb last-ditch block. Plenty of one versus one duels with City’s midfield offering sporadic protection 7.5

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• Marcel Franke

Slipped on two occasions but a solid English league debut. 6.5

• Yanic Wildschut

Created multiple chances with driving runs to the byline. Easily exposed for the Fulham goal. 6.5

• Harrison Reed

Fulham’s high tempo limited his influence on the ball. 6.5

• Mario Vrancic

Clipped one shot over. A couple of decent dead ball deliveries but defensive questions when out of possession. 6.5

• James Maddison

Good battle with Tom Cairney. Willingness to take the ball in tight areas. Failed to test David Button with second half free kick. 7.0

• James Husband

Lacked support at times but a productive line of attack for Fulham down his flank too often. 6.5

• Marley Watkins

Two excellent chances choked at the Fulham keeper. Will know should have opened his league account for the club. 6.5

• Cameron Jerome

Got the nod to Nelson Oliveira. Did the hard yards without too much sight of goal. 6.5

City substitutes

• Josh Murphy 6.0

Skied one half chance over the bar.

(for Yanic Wildschut, 59)

• Nelson Oliveira 7.0

Cool, composed finish. Then fireworks with the goal celebration.

(for Cameron Jerome, 64)

• Wes Hoolahan 7.0

Sublime assist.

(for Harrison Reed, 80)

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