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Pukki scores as Norwich secure Series win – coach reports from locker room: ‘You’ll never experience better’ | Sports

With a Premier League ticket in his back pocket, Norwich took the opportunity to secure their victory in the penultimate game of the season. Teemu Pukki scored his 26th goal of the season in a match that ended with fresh scenes of joy.

Not many weeks have passed since Norwich celebrated their guaranteed promotion to the Premier League.

Today, the Canary Islands once again have reason to celebrate. The team defeated Reading 4-1 and thus took first place in the championship – for the second time in three years.

The last goal in the match was scored by Timo Pukki. The All-Star striker was on alert after a sloppy pass from Reading’s defense, after which the Finn gave way to the outspoken goalkeeper and ended up in an empty cage.

Teemu Pukki scored his 26th goal this season.
Teemu Pukki, with the ball, is chased by the defenders.
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Teemu Pukki, Norwich City FC

Norwich captain Daniel Farke was at the helm when the team won two years ago. This year’s title seemed to be even more special for Germany.

I would never work in a better dressing room. All credit to the players. Fark commented that it was a pleasure working with them According to local newspaper The Pink Un.

One round left of the series. Next, Marcus Force Brentford, among others, will play the playoffs on the league’s last card.

Forss was also in the mood for a target today. The Finn set Brentford’s opening goal immediately after the break in the match against Watford, his seventh goal of the season. Evan Toni scored the final score 2-0 from a penalty kick.

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Now Man City is close to the title

In the Premier League, Manchester United can secure the title of local rival City tomorrow. This is after Man City did the task away from home against Crystal Palace today.

Premier League leaders City were enjoying an active period when the match started an hour ago. Within minutes, Sergio Aguero and Ferran Torres were right.

– I’m really happy with the way we’re playing today after this week’s Champions League trip. We didn’t have a big rhythm in the match, and we had some problems, but in the second half we showed that we deserved to win, as City coach Pep Guardiola thought on the BT Sports broadcast.

Thanks to the victory, the league title became very close to Guardiola’s team. If United lose points in tomorrow’s derby against Liverpool, the turn saves.

Manchester City celebrate the goal.

Manchester City is very close to the league title.
Manchester City celebrate the goal.
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Manchester City Premier League Sergio Aguero


Premier League:

Crystal Palace – Manchester City 0-2 (0-0)
Brighton – Leeds 2–0 (1–0)
Chelsea – Fulham 2-0 (1-0)
Everton-Aston Villa 22.00


Stoke – QPR 0-2
Rotherham – Blackburn 1–1
Preston – Barnsley 2-0
Norwich – Reading 4-1

N: Timo Pukki 90 minutes, 1 mole
Millwall – Bristol C 4-1
Luton – Middlesbrough 1–1
Huddersfield – Coventry 1–1
Brentford – Watford 2-0

B: Marcus Force, 74 minutes, 1 goal
Wycombe – Bournemouth 1-0
Swansea Derby 2-1
Birmingham – Cardiff 0-4
Sheffield W Nottingham 0-0

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