English Premiership

Norwich worsens Wolves woes

2012-03-24 19:48
Grant Holt (File)

Norwich - Grant Holt scored twice before being sent off as Norwich came from behind to beat bottom side Wolverhampton Wanderers 2-1 Saturday and plunge the visitors deeper into the mire in the Premier League.

Holt consigned Wolves to a fourth straight loss with goals in the 26th and 45th minutes to take his season's tally to 12, before receiving his second yellow card for a late tackle four minutes from time.

Winger Matt Jarvis put Wolves in front in the 25th minute but they are now four points adrift of safety after Bolton's 2-1 win over Blackburn on Saturday.

Norwich moves 14 points clear of the bottom three after its first victory since Feb. 11.

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