West Brom wins the first victory since the descent, while Tony Pulis & # 039; Middlesbrough maintains an undefeated start

Jay Rodriguez stayed with West Brom after the day limit and scored a double to beat Norwich

CHAMPIONSHIP SUMMARY: West Brom wins the first victory since the relegation, while Middlesbrough of Tony Pulis maintains an undefeated start

  • A double from Jay Rodriguez helped West Brom to a 4-3 win at Norwich
  • Swansea remains unbeaten after Jay Fulton's goal overtook Preston
  • Britt Assombalonga's attack was enough for Middlesbrough against Birmingham

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West Brom won his first victory since the Premier League descent in an entertaining way against Norwich.

Darren Moore's team only had one point in their first two games to tarnish optimism among Baggies fans, but they stayed in the 4-3 win at Carrow Road.

Jay Rodriguez was strongly related to the return to Burnley this summer, but the Baggies refused to let the striker go and showed his mettle with reinforcement after Jordan Rhodes put Norwich ahead.

Jay Rodriguez stayed with West Brom after the day limit and scored a double to beat Norwich

Jay Rodriguez stayed with West Brom after the day limit and scored a double to beat Norwich

Harvey Barnes scored his second goal for his new team to put 3-1, but Norwich kept in touch. First Teemu Pukki cut one at that time, after Hal Robson-Kanu had scored the quarter of West Brom, Grant Hanley scored, but the hosts could not find a leveler.

It was widely accepted that Swansea had a poor transfer window, but they have the maximum points after two championship games thanks to a 1-0 win over Preston. Ollie McBurnie saw an early penalty saved by Declan Rudd, but Jay Fulton scored the winning goal in the 32nd minute.

Middlesbrough has already played three games and is unbeaten, claiming his second win of the season 1-0 against Birmingham, who sent Craig Gardner, thanks to the early goal of Britt Assombalonga.

Sheffield United is finally out of place thanks to a 2-1 victory over QPR on Loftus Road

Sheffield United is finally out of place thanks to a 2-1 victory over QPR on Loftus Road

Sheffield United is finally out of place thanks to a 2-1 victory over QPR on Loftus Road

Sheffield United got its first points in its third game with a 2-1 victory over QPR. Ebere Eze put the hosts ahead, but Billy Sharp called just before halftime and David McGoldrick scored a controversial winner from the penalty spot.

Along with QPR, Reading is also looking for its first points after losing 1-0 to Hillal Soudani's goal for Nottingham Forest.

Jamie Paterson scored nine minutes from time to earn a 2-2 draw for Bristol City against Bolton. Will Buckley and Josh Magennis scored within four minutes for the Trotters, but Andreas Weimann quickly cut one.

Rotherham recovered from the hammering of Brentford last week thanks to Michael Smith

Rotherham recovered from the hammering of Brentford last week thanks to Michael Smith

Rotherham recovered from the hammering of Brentford last week thanks to Michael Smith

After Brentford hit last weekend, things look much more positive for Rotherham thanks to Michael Smith's goal in the 1-0 win over Ipswich, while 1-1 drew 1-1 between Sheffield Wednesday and Hull and Stoke and Brentford.

Stoke started the season as the title favorites, but they are still looking for their first victory after Ollie Watkins canceled Benik Afobe's first game.

Hull took the lead at Hillsborough through Fraizer Campbell in the 36th minute, but Fernando Forestieri equalized from the penalty spot six minutes after the break.

Blackburn and Millwall drew 0-0.

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