Sport in brief
Bolton still looking up
Improving Bolton, unbeaten in October, kicked off November with a 2-1 Championship victory over Norwich at the Macron Stadium. Strikers Gary Madine and Adam Armstrong struck to make it five games unbeaten.
QPR set unwanted record
QPR’s nightmare run at the City Ground was maintained as they lost 4-0, the 34th time they have failed to win there. It is now officially the worst run of form of any Football League side at any one venue, eclipsing Grimsby who have failed to win in 28 visits to Blackburn Rovers.
Villa’s Terry breaks toe
John Terry suffered a suspected broken toe in Aston Villa’s 2-1 defeat by Sheffield Wednesday. “It looks like it’s going to be a while,” said manager Steve Bruce. “We think he’s broken a metatarsal in his foot.” Terry limped off after just 21 minutes of the game and was visibly in pain.
Clarke hits four for Blades
Leon Clarke scored four secondhalf goals as Sheffield United came from behind to beat Hull 4-1 at Bramall Lane, a defeat that piles more pressure on visiting manager Leonid Slutsky.
Partey boosts Atletico
Thomas Partey scored a dramatic stoppage-time winner to hand Atletico Madrid a much-needed 1-0 victory at Deportivo La Coruna yesterday. Atletico looked to be heading for a seventh draw in eight games when Partey curled a shot into the top corner.
Lewandowski fires Bayern
Robert Lewandowski scored his 11th goal of the season as Bayern Munich beat Borussia Dortmund 3-1 to stay four points clear in the Bundesliga.