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Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday: Championship – simply because it happened

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Mario Vrancic scores a brilliant last-gasp equaliser to get Norwich four points clear at the summit.
Photograph: Tony O’brien/Action Images


Ben Fisher

Fri 19 Apr 2019 17.12?EDT

First published on Fri 19 Apr 2019 13.45?EDT

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  • 4.43pm EDT
    16:43
    GOAL! Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday (Vrancic, 90+7)


  • 4.46pm EDT
    16:46
    Full-time: Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday


  • 3.59pm EDT
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    GOAL! Norwich 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday (Fletcher, 53)


  • 3.37pm EDT
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    Half-time: Norwich 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday


  • 3.19pm EDT
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    GOAL! Norwich 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday (Forestieri, 33)


  • 3.06pm EDT
    15:06
    GOAL! Norwich 1-0 Sheffield Wednesday (Stiepermann, 19)


  • 2.46pm EDT
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    Peeeeeeeeeeeeeep!




5.12pm EDT
17:12

Daniel Farke, the Norwich head coach, talks. “The lads are brilliant and also this spirit and attitude is carrying us throughout the season,” he states. “Again, there were ridiculous decisions against us and also to come away, 11 games unbeaten, it can be outstanding. There exists a really unique attitude. There exists a world-class winning mentality. This team never knows when they have been lost a game title. We always cope with chances and was able to choose a answer.”


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5.04pm EDT
17:04

Read Paul Doyle’s dispatch from Carrow Road:

Norwich deny Sheffield Wednesday win with last-gasp free-kick

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5.03pm EDT
17:03

Steve Bruce speaks. “It’s cruel,” according to him. “When the thing is the thing [the winner] again: ‘Is it a free-kick?’ I doubt it. The referee then played five-and-a-half minutes when there are five to spend time playing and says he’s allowed Thirty seconds for that substitution. Where he gets this 30 extra seconds from … we’re feeling aggrieved today, as the referee didn’t perform.” Of Forestieri, he adds: “For the 1st time for a while, he looks fit. Bigger enjoyed a few injury problems but, unfortunately, its afterwards of year that we are seeing the genuine Forestieri. Now we have almost nothing to spend time playing for, but we rolled away our sleeves and, for me, we deserved to win the match.”


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4.52pm EDT
16:52

That was another brilliant advert to the Championship. A sensational end to another one seesawing, entertaining encounter. Ample positives either way teams, although avoiding defeat was massive for Norwich, who may have drawn their past three matches and am Stoke City on Easter Monday. They will seal promotion there, depending on how Sheffield United and Leeds United fare at Hull and Brentford respectively. For Norwich, the 19-year-old Max Aarons was absolutely terrific again, while Wednesday will take encouragement with a hearty performance. And, anyone inside Carrow Road will never forget that thumping Fernando Forestieri strike sooner; that it was a beauty. Steve Bruce’s side handle Bristol City next, though some extent actually leaves these for too much to carry out to kick in to the play-offs.

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4.48pm EDT
16:48

It is usually a draw that tastes just like a victory for Norwich City. Mario Vrancic, who equalised in stoppage-time speaks. “I was ‘ would definitely sure, I practise for the people moments with this particular happy it went,” he states. “It is definitely an important point, i am five points ahead with three games to travel yet it is dirty yet.” Fernando Forestieri, very eloquently, says: “I’m happy for Norwich, they should win the league. They’re apt to be champions.”

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4.46pm EDT
16:46

Full-time: Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday

Norwich can’t predict when beaten. They salvage what could prove an invaluable point with the death. Sheffield Wednesday probably feel hard carried out by, but Steven Fletcher handled in the buildup to poking Steve Bruce’s side in-front.


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4.43pm EDT
16:43

GOAL! Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday (Vrancic, 90+7)

Make that eight goals from the 90th minute or later! Mario Vrancic bends a fine free-kick covering the Wednesday wall and it also zooms in the top corner. Dawson didn’t have chance. Carrow Road erupts, but Farke is very unmoved.

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4.42pm EDT
16:42

90+5 min: Norwich free-kick, at the sting with the 18-yard box. Vrancic fishes to get a foul and buys one out of Marco Matias. Allow you to climb become the last kick of your game. Vrancic fancies it, too …

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4.41pm EDT
16:41

90+4 min: Dawson smothers an increased ball forward by Aarons.


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4.40pm EDT
16:40

90+3 min: Klose goes over while in the box after collecting a Pukki pass, after having a high ball forward, it really is a confident shout for that penalty. Norwich requires anything at this stage. After which Wednesday pour forward, with Lucas Joao making substantial progress in journey byline, with Godfrey eventually clearing. Wednesday might have added one third.


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4.39pm EDT
16:39

90+3 min: Wednesday defend superbly all over again. So when Norwich recycle the ball, Srbeny and Klose sandwich Pelupessy.


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4.38pm EDT
16:38

90+2 min: Hern

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