The substitute Rubin Colwill scored twice as Cardiff dug out from a deficit to beat Nottingham Forest 2-1 and heap the tension on Chris Hughton.
Woodland had gone on at the City Ground when Lewis Grabban opened home halfway through the primary half. However, Cardiff’s powerful methodology bit by bit ground down the home side and the 19-year-old Colwill got his first senior objective when he balanced from short proximity in the 58th moment.
The Wales worldwide delivered an exact twisting completion for his second objective 15 minutes after the fact to win it for Mick McCarthy’s group. Woodland are base and searching for their first success of the Championship season.
It is Forest’s most exceedingly awful beginning to a season in 108 years yet Hughton said: “I need to trust I can do that [turn things around]. I need to. I have a gathering of players, I have an obligation and we need to get results. Anyway it occurs, we need to figure out how to win matches. That implies players moving forward to the bar; that implies players gelling together and we all doing what’s necessary to get results.
“In the main half we scored a great objective and, without playing all around well, we were as yet the better side. Cardiff were continually going to respond in the subsequent half. They are one of the greatest Championship sides I have seen.
“They play with a particular goal in mind and that has been exceptionally helpful for them. You must have the option to adapt to it. It is an intense undertaking. Yet, there was a time of 15 minutes where they wrenched it up and were extremely, direct. There were minutes during that when we just didn’t adapt.”
Woodland had started to lead the pack in the 23rd moment with an all around made objective. Max Lowe, making his introduction borrowed from Sheffield United, rampaged down the left prior to scaling the ball back impeccably into the way of Grabban, who scored from 10 yards.
Will Vaulks was included when Cardiff evened out. The midfielder conveyed a testing cross to the far post, Forest neglected to clear and the ball dropped to Colwill, who constrained a shot home in the midst of a skirmish of players.
Kieffer Moore, another substitute, hit the foundation of the post for Cardiff with a descending header and Forest’s goalkeeper, Brice Samba, created a sharp save to keep out a header from Aden Flint before the unequivocal strike.