Craig Bellamy critical of Cardiff crowd for 'turning' on team during Norwich win

Craig Bellamy says he was unhappy with the atmosphere the home crowd created in the first half as they went into the break 1-0 down to Norwich.

Craig Bellamy: Cardiff striker not interested in personal record

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Craig Bellamy was unhappy with the Cardiff crowd after helping his side come from behind to beat Norwich.

The striker scored the equalising goal in a 2-1 win, making him the first man to score for seven different Premier League clubs.

Bellamy was dismissive when asked about his personal landmark by Sky Sports after the game, and had a scathing assessment of the home supporters.

"I haven't heard the crowd like that," said the 34-year-old, a lifelong Cardiff fan. "That's not the club I'm from.

"I saw them turn first half, and I've not been a part of that. I've not seen them direct it at individuals, which they did.

"Maybe that's modern football, maybe I'm trying to get used to that. It's not like us."

Victory took Cardiff off the bottom of the table ahead of next week's game against Welsh rivals Swansea.

Bellamy said: "It'll be nice to get a couple of days rest and then prepare for the derby."

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