SEAN'S HEAD FOR HEIGHTS; CARDIFF 1 MIDDLESBRO 0 Morrison 33; Straight Up, Now It's Warnock in Second

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SEAN'S HEAD FOR HEIGHTS; CARDIFF 1 MIDDLESBRO 0 Morrison 33; Straight Up, Now It's Warnock in Second


Byline: GRAHAM THOMAS at the City Stadium

THE tremors from the earthquake in Wales yesterday could well have been a shudder from the Premier League fearing the arrival of Neil Warnock.

Sean Morrison's header sent the Bluebirds into the automatic promotion places with a clear sight of promotion.

The Cardiff skipper spread panic every time he got into Middlesbrough's goalmouth for a set-piece, and his powerful header gave Warnock's team their third win in four games.

It is not often you hear Tony Pulis admit a team of his has been outmuscled and overpowered.

But the Boro boss must have expected a more gutsy response than their timid defending whenever Morrison, Kenneth Zohore or Callum Paterson flicked the needle on the Richter scale.

Cardiff manager Warnock praised the seismic influence of Morrison on a team now up to second place and unbeaten in six matches.

"Morrison just gets better and better," said Warnock.

"In his own box, and in the opposition's, he's grown as the season has gone on.

"It was a very mature performance from him.

"And like the rest, when we can't score we defend for our lives.

"I just think we can get better. We have players coming back from injury, so I can change two or three to give them a breather.

"I'm quite pleased for us to just tick along. I listen to others talking about Derby and Villa, so long may it continue."

Cardiff looked as if their promotion push was exhausted when they lost four successive games around the turn of the year, but Warnock has restored belief with shrewd January signings and they appear to have gained a second wind.

This was the archetypal 1-0 battering and only some wasteful finishing and a superb save by Boro keeper Darren Randolph to deny Junior Hoilett kept the Teessiders in it. …

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