By Alan Duffy
Norwich City 3-1 Swansea City – Premier League – 15 October 2011
Summer-signing Anthony Pilkington fired Norwich to their third victory in four games against Swansea at Carrow Road, with the midfielder’s first goal coming with just 49 seconds on the clock.
Russell Martin made it two for the Canaries after just 10 minutes of play and despite Swans’ striker Danny Graham hitting back soon after, Brendan Rogers’ talented but often toothless side couldn’t level the scores. Pilkington eventually killed of the Welsh side with his second of the game just after the hour mark as the Canaries continue to impress in the top tier.
Swansea, on the other hand, are still waiting for their first away points of the campaign.
Norwich’s Elliott Bennett challenges Leon Britton for the ball
Russell Martin heads home his first-ever Premier League goal
Martin is determined to the make the most of his maiden strike
Swansea’s Leroy Lita clashes with Leon Barnett
Sergeant Pilko is mobbed by team-mates after netting his second of the day
Swansea goalscorer Danny Graham is challenged by two-goal hero Pilkington