The Spaniard made his third consecutive start for the Latics and did well, looking particularly composed when coming to claim crosses into his penalty area.
The danger of Snodgrass gave him plenty to worry about and meant he was hardly seen in attacking positions for the home side. He struggled against the Norwich wide man and allowed him to get too many crosses in and was lucky nobody converted them.
Was the man mainly tasked with marking Kamara and he tried to stay as close as he could to the striker to negate his pace, generally this was successful although he had to make a last ditch tackle in the closing minutes of the first half to stop the striker breaking through.
Found himself having to pick up the loose men in Norwich’s attacks, something he did well for most of the game but he was fortunate just on the hour mark when Kamara evaded his attentions only to head wide.
Was not always quick enough to evade the close attention of the Norwich midfield and playing a bit further back in the midfield meant he occasionally put his team in trouble. He moved to a more attacking role when McArthur was introduced which suited him much better and created Kone's goal with a lovely pass.
Drifted in and out of the game but struggled to make much of an impact on proceedings. His footwork and pace were a threat but his final ball lacked quality and all too often allowed Norwich to clear.
His return to the Latics has been a much needed defensive boost and he had another solid game, particularly after picking up an early booking which meant he had to be inch-perfect with every tackle he made.
Tried to get himself on the ball as much as possible but with a severe lack of support and movement up front he rarely threatened the Norwich defence.
Started brightly with a dangerous left-wing cross and continued to be a good outlet for the home side but the few chances he did create were not converted.
He worked hard to protect his defence from the midfield runs and did a good job but that meant he had little opportunity to push forward and be more effective for his side in attacking positions.
Always a willing runner up front and he stretched the Norwich defence well at times but a lack of support made it difficult for Wigan to take advantage of his good work. Had two good chances in the first half but scuffed both his efforts, but he redeemed himself with a wonderful strike to seal the victory for Wigan.
Had very little to do in a poor first half although he had to be alert to turn a low Kone strike around the post. His distribution was good and he commanded his penalty area well but will be disappointed to be beaten at his near post for Kone's goal.
The pace of Beausejour gave him a few problems and the Chilean was able to get past the full back on a number of occasions, luckily for Martin those chances were not converted.
Strong and commanding at the back for Norwich, he made life very frustrating for Kone in a fascinating battle throughout the game. He also led his defence well, pushing them up at every opportunity to deny the home side space to pass the ball in.
Kept McManaman very quiet with some close marking and intelligent defending that meant the winger rarely had opportunity to cross the ball. When he pushed forward he gave good support to Snodgrass, his overlapping runs creating the space for crosses to be fired in.
Worked well alongside Bassong at the back for the visitors, he rose highest to win headers and made important interceptions when Wigan did threaten in attacking positions.
He was an excellent partner for Johnson on a day where hard work and effort were of utmost importance for the visitors. Was replaced by Tettey late on.
The Canaries playmaker and main midfield threat down the left, he looked to get on the ball whenever he could and tried to find a pass in behind the Wigan defence for Kamara to run onto. His crossing was always threatening and gave the striker plenty to be encouraged about.
Worked tirelessly to cut down the space had to work in and never gave McCarthy a moment’s peace when in possession. Looked a threat when he was on the ball with some clever through balls for Kamara and Hoolahan.
The diminutive forward buzzed around Kamara and made it difficult for Wigan to mark him, he struggled to create a real opportunity in the opening half but was much more of a danger after the break. Was replaced by Becchio late on.
His role on the right-hand side of the Norwich midfield meant he had important defensive duties to do in order to keep Maloney quiet and he did them well, however he rarely threatened in attack.
A bustling performance from the Sierra Leonean striker, he never gave the Wigan defence a moment’s peace and battled for every ball. He linked very well with Hoolahan but missed his best opportunity just after the hour as he ghosted in front of Maynor Figueroa only to head wide.
A late replacement for Howson, he worked hard to get his side back in the game but left disappointed.
Came on to give the visitors more of an attacking threat but didn't get a clear sight of goal.
Replaced Kamara in the 80th minute but couldn't make an impact on the game.