Norwich City

7th Championship | 15-12-6
  • Goals For
    2nd
    58 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    43 GA
  • Shots
    10th
    283 Shots
  • Saves
    17th
    81 SAV
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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

  • UEL: Saint-Etienne hope Beric comes to the rescue vs. Man United
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    UEL: Saint-Etienne hope Beric comes to the rescue vs. Man United

    PARIS (AP) While Zlatan Ibrahimovic was scoring a hat trick in Manchester United’s win over Saint-Etienne in the Europa League last week, Robert Beric’s 11-minute substitute appearance at Old Trafford was barely noticed. Still reeling from a hamstring injury, Beric’s cameo had little impact as Ibrahimovic ended Saint-Etienne’s 10-game unbeaten run in Europe by 3-0. Beric’s condition has improved since the heavy loss, and he featured in a French league game in Montpellier last weekend. The 1976 European Cup runner-up is hoping that’s enough for Beric to help it overturn their deficit against United on Wednesday in the last-32 return leg. Beric, a versatile center-forward capable of playing with

  • Kane: Wembley needs to be “our home” long before next season
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    Kane: Wembley needs to be “our home” long before next season

    Tottenham Hotspur have been — how should I say this? — less than stellar at Wembley Stadium this season. In their three UEFA Champions League group-stage games played inside England’s national stadium, Mauricio Pochettino‘s side was thrashed by a vibrant Monaco side; blunted into apathy by Bayer Leverkusen; and victorious against last-place CSKA Moscow, but only after having already been knocked out of the competition. Ahead of Thursday’s Europa League round-of-32 second leg against Belgian side Gent — which will be played at Wembley, as they will do for every European fixture this season — Spurs’ captain of the future, Harry Kane, has called upon the north London side to make themselves at home