Norwich City

8th Championship | 15-12-6
  • Goals For
    2nd
    58 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    43 GA
  • Shots
    10th
    283 Shots
  • Saves
    17th
    81 SAV
  • Europa League: Spurs look to overturn 1-0; La Liga resurgent?
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    Europa League: Spurs look to overturn 1-0; La Liga resurgent?

    Who will join Manchester United, Schalke, and Krasnodar in the UEFA Europa League’s Round of 16? Four-goal leads give Roma and Rostov a very good shot at advancing, while Anderlecht, AZ Alkmaar and Besiktas will also like their chances of moving forward. But plenty remains up for grabs, including Tottenham Hotspur’s chance of moving to the Round of 16. Spurs trail Gent 1-0 after their road leg, and now have to get a shutout or two-goal win at Wembley. Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino says his side can’t push too hard, too soon, if it wants to move onto the next: “We need to be patient. It’s important to know that tomorrow is a game that we need to win, that is in our mind. We need to turn the result

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    UCL: Aguero, Falcao bag braces as Man City edge Monaco, 5-3

    Sterling gives Man City an early lead Falcao hits back with a brace Aguero’s brace breathes life back into City Radamel Falcao and Sergio Aguero bagged dueling braces, while the defenders and/or goalkeepers from their respective sides engaged in dueling disasters, resulting in a bonkers UEFA Champions League round-of-16 first leg for the ages: Manchester City 5, Monaco 3. Leroy Sane, David Silva and Raheem Sterling combined to put Man City in the lead after 28 minutes (WATCH HERE). Sane danced brilliantly and effortlessly past four defenders before playing Silva to the endline. The cross was simple for Silva, with Sterling arriving into acres of space in the goalmouth. That’s as good as the first

  • New York Red Bulls 1-1 Vancouver Whitecaps: BWP saves a draw
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    New York Red Bulls 1-1 Vancouver Whitecaps: BWP saves a draw

    ‘Caps nap road goal Techera sent off in 71′ Return leg March 2 Kekuta Manneh and Bradley Wright-Phillips traded goals as the Vancouver Whitecaps and New York Red Bulls drew 1-1 in their CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal first leg on Wednesday at Red Bull Arena. Cristian Techera sent the ‘Caps down to 10 men in the 71st minute when he connected with a kick between Sal Zizzo’s legs. A deft touch by Wright-Phillips set up Sacha Kljestan for a fifth minute chance, but two sliding Whitecaps helped pressure the captain’s shot wide of the near post. Vancouver had a chance two minutes later when Alphonso Davies played Russell Teibert down the right wing, and the Whitecaps wide man curled a shot