Aston Villa recorded a thumping, much-needed victory at Norwich City as Dean Smith’s men put five past the Canaries.
Wesley brushed aside his doubters to set the claret and blues on their way with a first-half brace, and could have had a hat-trick but not for a squandered penalty attempt.
Jack Grealish finished Anwar El Ghazi’s cut-back early in the second period before Conor Hourihane made sure of all three points with a bending left-footed goal.
Douglas Luiz added the finishing touches to a dominant display late on – curling into the top left-hand corner for his second Villa goal.
Josip Drmic pounced on a lapse in concentration late on for Norwich, but it proved a mere consolation.
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