69 minutes into the match, Christoph Zimmermann’s mighty header helped Norwich to the top when Daniel Farke’s side had to work hard for Millwall’s 3-1 win.
Norwich made a good start thanks to Marco Stiepermann’s left-footed shot on 16 minutes, but Millwall fought his way back into the game and Shaun Williams scored with a header just before the break.
The Canary Islands, however, are known for their strong second-half results, and Teemu Pukki finished third in the 79th minute to remain at the top of the charts with 24 goals.
Aston Villa scored four goals in a phenomenal display in the first half of Villa Park in Derby County. The Rams follow the sixth-placed Bristol City, who had to score for Famara Diedhiou in the second half with a 1-1 draw at Preston. Middlesbrough missed a lot of chances in a goalless draw at Wigan when he missed the chance to score points with fourth-placed West Brom.
Hull continued to hope to bring the play-offs to life with a 2-0 victory against Birmingham, while Brentford built his home race to seven games in all competitions while beating Steve McClaren’s QPR 3-0 in a derby win , Stoke City ended their win in six games without a win with a stunning 2-0 win over Nottingham Forest, backed by Benik Afobe’s 74th-minute strike at Nottingham Forest.
At the bottom of the table, Semi Ajayi scored twice as Rotherham improved their chances of survival with a 3-2 win at the New York Stadium against Naseiving Blackburn, who manage six league games without a league win.
It means that Rotherham is in third place with bottom-point points equal to Reading, who were 1-1 down against Ipswich’s lowest point and just one point behind Millwall. The bottom Bolton lost two red cards in Swansea when he was beaten 2-0.
However, in the 80th minute the home team broke the Wanderers’ resistance. Oliver McBurnie scored a goal before Bersant Celina scored a second goal in stoppage time.