Norwich City

7th Championship | 15-12-6
  • Goals For
    2nd
    58 GF
  • Assists
    1st
    43 GA
  • Shots
    10th
    283 Shots
  • Saves
    17th
    81 SAV
  • Champions League Wednesday: Leicester’s last stand; Porto-Juve
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    Champions League Wednesday: Leicester’s last stand; Porto-Juve

    Previewing Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League round-of-16 action… Leicester City vs. Sevilla There’s no two ways about it: Leicester’s season — and perhaps their status as a Premier League club — is quickly spiraling out of control. The Foxes, just nine months after winning the PL title, sit 17th in the league table, one point clear of relegation, with 13 games still to play. Chances are, they won’t be back in the Champions League anytime soon, making Wednesday’s round-of-16 first-leg clash away to Sevilla all the more a monumental moment in the club’s history. Where has hasn’t it gone wrong for Claudio Ranieri‘s side this season? If you’re of the mind that one player — N'Golo Kante in Leicester’s case

  • 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

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    U.S. U-20s awaken in 2nd half vs. Haiti, keep WCQ hopes alive

    With many thanks to the hat trick scored by Brooks Lennon (Real Salt Lake, on loan from Liverpool), the U.S. U-20 national team’s hopes of qualifying for the 2017 U-20 World Cup remain intact. [ FOLLOW: All of PST’s USMNT coverage | MLS ] After dropping all three points in their opening group-stage game against Panama on Saturday, Tab Ramos’ young Yanks faced elimination from CONCACAF’s U-20 Championship in Costa Rica with a defeat to Haiti on Tuesday. After 15 minutes, the Americans found themselves a goal down, the prospect of winning zero points from their first two games a terrifying possibility. Then, Lennon struck from the penalty spot. A draw wouldn’t be enough, realistically, though,