Champ highlights, abstract: Cardiff, Sheff Wed win
Bournemouth lost English football's last undefeated record after Barry Bannan's penalty gave struggling Sheffield Wednesday a 1-0 win at the Sky Bet Championship.
Bannan pocketed the crucial free kick in the 71st minute after Josh Windass was bundled by Steve Cook, who was on the red card.
Wednesday also ended with 10 men after Kadeem Harris was released on death for violent conduct.
Norwich The unbeaten run lasted six games, but it was a frustrating night on Carrow Road as they drew in a goalless draw Millwall.
The Canaries, who scored 13 out of 15 possible points in the game, dominated for a long time, but found the visitors in a determined mood and couldn't find a way.
Goalkeeper Bartosz Bialkowski was in good shape and made some good stops while the Lions on the other end rarely worried Tim Krul, although substitute Shaun Williams almost won on death with a shot that cut the angle between the post and the crossbar.
Andre Ayew secured a 1-1 draw for Swansea at the Brentford after Ivan Toney scored his 10th goal of the season.
The bees took the lead in style, Bryan Mbeumo's powerful run found the overlapping Mathias Jensen crossing Toney for the first time to slam home.
But Ayew equalized 12 minutes from time and bundled Matt Grimes & # 39; low right flank from close range for a thrilling final.
Ayew thought he gave the Swans all three points with the last touch of the game but his powerful header from Grimes' free kick was disqualified for offside.
Bristol City scored two goals in the closing moments and scored a 2-1 win at Huddersfield.
Jay Dasilva scored from a court home 13 minutes from Antoine Semenyo's cross and Jamie Paterson won for City six minutes later with a nice finish on the edge of the box.
Huddersfield led in the break after Josh Koromas opener in the 43rd minute.
There were goals from Junior Hoilett, a penalty from Joe Ralls and Harry Wilson Cardiff a 3-0 win at Barnsleywhile Middlesbrough Draw 0-0 at Blackburn.