Norwich City moved up to sixth in the Championship table after taking all three points in the derby clash against Ipswich Town.
The first meeting between the two sides this season ended 1-0 after James Maddison gave the visitors the lead on the hour mark at Portman Road.
The victory gave Daniel Farke's side their fourth consecutive away victory in the league.
Thousands of fans headed to the ground for the first derby clash of the season.
There was increased security around the ground but Suffolk Police did not report any trouble before.
The match also saw an emotional tribute to Terry Butcher's son who died last week.
Norwich extend their winning run over their East Anglian rivals Ipswich to nine games.
For Ipswich it was another failed attempt at beating their big rivals.
They haven't won against the Canaries since 2009, and means they trail the Canaries by four points.
Mick McCarthy's side have lost their last three games in the campaign and will be looking for a win away at Burton Albion next week.
Ipswich came close to scoring a few times in the first half, but a slip in concentration allowed Maddison to score the winner after 59 minutes.
Norwich travel to Arsenal for their fourth-round Carabao Cup clash on Tuesday night.
James Maddison gives his reaction to Norwich City's win over Ipswich Town
Hear Ipswich Town manager Mick McCarthy's observations of the East Anglian derby defeat to Norwich City