Norwich extended their advantage at the top of the Sky Bet Championship to seven points with a comprehensive 4-0 win over managerless QPR as Leeds were beaten at Birmingham. The Canaries, who have now won eight successive league games, were three goals up at the break after a dominant first half in which Emiliano Buendia, Marco Stiepermann and Teemu Pukki found the net.Buendia was sent off for a poor foul on Josh Scowen after 71 minutes, but Pukki struck his 26th goal of the season to make it four. Rangers, who sacked Steve McClaren this week, have now won just one of their last 16 Championship games and finished the day just five points outside the relegation zone.Leeds started the day in second but finished it third after defeat at St Andrew’s. The Blues’ top scorer Che Adams had gone six games without a goal but ended that run on the half-hour mark to give Birmingham, who had lost five in a row, a first win since their nine-point deduction.Sheffield United leapfrogged Leeds back into the top two with a 1-0 win at Preston. David McGoldrick scored the only goal in the 31st minute at Deepdale – where the hosts… Read full this story
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