Substitute Steve Morison struck five minutes from time at the Emirates Stadium to earn Norwich City a well-deserved point from their final Premier League away game of the season.

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In a marvellous contest that ebbed and flowed from start to finish, Morison’s 10th goal of the season ended the Canaries’ run of three straight defeats and put a dent in the Gunners’ Champions League aspirations.

City had the worst possible start when they fell behind after little more than a minute to a splendid finish by Yossi Benayoun.

But they hit back to lead 2-1 at the interval thanks to recalled pair Wes Hoolahan and Grant Holt.

Hoolahan levelled after 12 minutes when Arsenal keeper Wojciech Szczesny could only help his shot into his own net, then Holt scored his 16th goal of the season. It came after 27 minutes when his shot struck ex-Canary loanee Kieran Gibbs and looped over Szczesny.

Double footballer of the year Robin van Persie appeared to have stolen the game away from City when he struck twice in the space late in the game, equalising after 72 minutes and making it 3-2 eight minutes later.

But striker Morison was the hero five minutes from time when he drilled a fine effort past Szczesny from Jonny Howson’s pass.

It was a memorable end to the Canaries’ away programme and at one stage they even looked set to add Arsenal to the prize scalp of Tottenham they had taken in North London four weeks earlier.

City showed five changes from the starting line-up for last week’s 3-0 home defeat by Liverpool.

Full-back Adam Drury was ruled out by a groin injury, while Elliott Ward, David Fox, Anthony Pilkington and Steve Morison were relegated to the substitutes’ bench.

Into the eleven came Russell Martin, who played all bar the first 12 minutes against Liverpool, plus Simon Lappin, Wes Hoolahan, Simeon Jackson and skipper Grant Holt.

There was no place in the 18 for striker James Vaughan, while the injured Zak Whitbread (calf) was ruled out for the rest of the season along with fellow defenders Daniel Ayala and Marc Tierney.

Arsenal were unchanged from the 1-1 draw at Stoke. They were again without England winger Theo Walcott because of a hamstring injury, while Abou Diaby was ruled out by a calf problem.

It was Gunners boss Arsene Wenger’s 900th match in charge since taking over from Bruce Rioch in 1996.

Before kick-off, Arsenal striker Robin van Persie was presented again with his two player of the year awards – from the PFA and the Football Writers’ Association.

There was the worst possible start for City as it took the Gunners little more than a minute to move ahead in their first attack through Benayoun.

Rosicky found the midfielder on the left-hand side and he weaved inside on to his right foot before curling a perfect shot out of reach of Ruddy – a goal reminiscent of those scored by Ageuro and Hoilett against City in recent weeks.

City almost hit back after five minutes when Jackson crossed from the left and Holt’s powerful shot was blocked by Gibbs. Elliott Bennett fired wide as he followed up the loose ball.

A foul on Lappin gave the Canaries a free-kick midway into the Arsenal half and when Johnson curled the ball in, Jackson got the final header but it was straight at Szczesny.

City looked purposeful and a cross from Lappin found Holt, who beat Szczesny in the air but headed well over.

That bright spell was rewarded after 12 minutes when the Canaries equalised through Hoolahan, his fifth of the season, though the goal owed much to an awful blunder by Szczesny.

Elliott Bennett found Naughton on the right and the full-back’s low cross was met with a first-time effort by Hoolahan that the ’keeper somehow bundled in at the near post. Van Persie shot over the bar as the Gunners sought a quick response, and then Lappin headed clear from a Rosicky corner.

Ramsey was booked for a late challenge on Howson after 20 minutes, the first yellow card of the afternoon.

Still the Canaries looked dangerous and a swift break gave them the lead after 27 minutes through Holt’s 16th goal of the season.

Holt held the ball up well and sent Hoolahan racing through the middle, then Holt moved wide on to the return pass and struck a shot that looped off the boot of Gibbs over stranded ’keeper Szczesny.

Koscielny needed treatment after a challenge by Jackson but as play continued, Van Persie was just unable to get on the end of a cross by Sagna. Jackson was then booked for the challenge.

Sagna then pulled up sharply with no opponent in sight and after lengthy treatment was replaced by Coquelin, who was quickly in need of attention after a challenge by Hoolahan, though he seemed to make a meal of it.

Jackson connected with a cross by Elliott Bennett to send another shot spinning over the Arsenal bar and at the other end, Gibbs fired wide after a determined run by Gervinho.

Benayoun appeared lucky to escape a booking when he kicked out at Lappin and was lectured, then Johnson was the target of the home crowd for bringing down Rosicky.

There were appeals for a penalty when Hoolahan went down under challenge from Coquelin but referee Taylor waved play on.

Russell Martin needed attention when he took a boot in the head, diving to meet a cross from Elliott Bennett, and the delay brought more hostility from the home crowd.

As the first half entered four minutes of stoppage time, Ruddy saved at his near post from Van Persie, but Martin had to clear hastily when the ’keeper failed to hold on to the ball.

There was a yellow card for Vermaelen for a foul on Jackson.

It then took a fine tackle by Koscielny to stop Holt making it 3-1 from Hoolahan’s cross.

• Half-time: Arsenal 1, Norwich City 2

Van Persie fired across the six-yard box five minutes after the break as the Gunners looked for an equaliser.

It might have been 3-1 two minutes later when Jackson weaved into a shooting position but struck a tame effort at Szczesny when a pass to Holt might have been the better option.

Benayoun headed straight at Ruddy from Rosicky’s free-kick when he might have done better, but as City counter-attacked, Jackson was only inches away from Naughton’s cross, then Hoolahan poked the ball wide from another opportunity.

Ruddy made a vital save from Van Persie with his legs to preserve City’s lead, and there was a booking for Hoolahan as the home crowd became more bad-tempered.

Arsenal made a second change on 63 minutes when Ramsey was replaced by Oxlade-Chamberlain.

Van Persie missed a decent chance when he shot wide from Benayoun’s pass midway through the half, then Ryan Bennett blocked Vermaelen’s shot.

There was a double change when Morison replaced Jackson for City, and Arsenal sent on Chamakh for goalscorer Benayoun.

The scores were level after 72 minutes, however, when Van Persie finally managed to find the target.

The telling pass came from Song after Ryan Bennett had made another determined block, and as the midfielder floated the ball in, Van Persie met it on the full and guided it past Ruddy.

With 15 minutes to go, Pilkington replaced Hoolahan in City’s second change.

Song and Holt were lectured after a flare-up as things became rather heated.

With 10 minutes to go, Van Persie struck again but this time there was an element of good fortune as a deflection off Pilkington’s heel fell kindly and he fired in a shot that Ruddy could not keep out.

Wilbraham was sent on for Holt after the goal went in and Johnson missed the chance to level when he shot over from Pilkington’s cross.

Just as the game seemed to be slipping away from City, Morison fired a brilliant equaliser with five minutes to go.

Howson supplied the perfect through-ball and Morison kept his cool to shoot low past Szczesny from a tight angle.

Ruddy saved again from Van Persie with his legs as Arsenal looked for a quick reply.

The home crowd were screaming for a penalty after 88 minutes when Van Persie went sprawling under challenge from Naughton.

As the game entered stoppage time, Wilbraham was booked for a foul on Koscielny.

Ruddy made two brilliant stops in the dying seconds to preserve a point for the Canaries.

• Result: Arsenal 3, Norwich City 3

• Arsenal: Szczesny; Sagna (Coquelin, 33), Koscielny, Vermaelen, Gibbs; Ramsey (Oxlade-Chamberlain, 63), Song; Gervinho, Rosicky, Benayoun (Chamakh, 69); Van Persie. Subs (not used): Fabianski, Santos, Djourou, Park.

• Norwich City: Ruddy; Naughton, Ryan Bennett, Russell Martin, Lappin; Elliott Bennett, Howson, Bradley Johnson, Hoolahan (Pilkington, 75); Holt (Wilbraham, 80), Jackson (Morison, 69). Subs (not used): Steer, Ward, Fox, Surman.

• Referee: Anthony Taylor (Manchester)

• Attendance: 60,092

• Goals: Arsenal: Benayoun (2), Van Persie (72, 80). City: Hoolahan (12), Holt (27), Morison (85)

• Bookings: Arsenal: Ramsey (20), Vermaelen (45). City: Jackson (30), Hoolahan (60), Wilbraham (90)

55 comments

  • billy, i agree with everything you say.

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    bluelight

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Just a passing thought about the match yesterday.. One commentator on the game said Norwich had made FIVE changes to the side following the debacle against Liverpool.... I do bel1eve Mr Lambert had decided to start with the FIRST TEAM this time and not the reserves

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    Pa Snipps

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • OK!!! I admit it....I was wrong. The wheels very clearly have not come off!! Mind you....at 90 seconds I was convinced that we were in for another embarrassing hammering!! Today...after the customary 1 nil start to the opposition, we were brilliant!! The difference? We reverted to an attacking, swash buckling formation with Holt and Jackson up front, instead of leaving it all to a 5 man defence with just Morrison up front, like an old lady at a bus stop!! In spite of a couple of definite home side referring decisions we got the draw we so richly deserved!! Dare we expect more of the same against Villa next week???

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    Algarve Canary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Arsene Whinger deserves a "Worst Loser" Award - and he didn`t even lose!!

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Being repeatedly ethered on both articles about this superb game. Sheer BADNESS! I give up. For now.......OTBC

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Great game and a great adverisment for the Premiere League. Loved watching Wenger's histrionics and if we had gone 3-1 up - we had enough chances - could have caused a huge upset. It must go down as one of the most enjoyable and entertaining games of the season. All credit to the team for the way they played - can't wait to get to Carrow Road for the last - and my only game this season. Anyone out there got a spare ticket or two ? OTBC

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    Dubai Canary

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • I think that is now 10 vital goals for Steve Morison this season,another value buy by the master PL.Fantastic entertainment for the Londoners for once.OTBC.

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    Peter Watson

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Fantastic performance especially considering we didn't have much to play for and Arsenal have everything to play for. I've said it before and I'll say it again, Morison is important for us, not only have to 10 goals he's scored this season contributed massively to our safety, but he's also a brilliant option and at least cover for Holt, and although Wilbraham has won many fans over, he is certainly ageing and I for one can't see him playing for us next season. There's a method to my typing madness, basically, I saw many people say "Morison comes on and for that we concede 2 goals" I have to say, what an outrageous accusation! How was he to blame? People really must think about their support for the team and realise how ridiculous that sounds, and as to proving doubters wrong, he shouldn't have to prove himself, he was our main man first half of the season, when Holt was struggling nobody criticised him near as much, then when Holt jumps to the forefront after adjusting superbly, Morison gets lumbered with constant criticism. Morisons goal tally has exceeded many top quality strikers this season. Nobody should be putting a downer on that.

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    Billy

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • A glass sangria for you all, what a day, what a game, what a team, what a sweaty sock in charge. So proud, so happy NTID

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • ive gone through 3 pairs of boxers, 1 case of san miguel, 1 bottle of sangria, what a great afternoon. glass half full still, loved it brewer???

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • But an unrelated comment gets through????

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • I just wonder why we did,nt play like this against Liverpool "The City of Pity "

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    Albert Cooper

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Perhaps it`s incompetence, not malice, Norfolk`n`good. Very annoying, whatever the reason. :-(

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • I also can't make a comment on the game! Tried three times...

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    Norfolk'n'good

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Nice to see Hoolahan & Holt back in the starting line up after the fall out from the Blackburn match. Always happier when those two are playing. Great result City - looking forward to seeing the highlights later.

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    Meds

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Where is Deg probably still travelling back, from where i dont know. just thrown a few prawns on the bbq, and San Miguels in the fridge, im a happy little ex pat

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Sitting here by myself 10000 miles away I felt so proud and elated about our team , with a bit of luck when we had chances to score we could have come away with 3 point. Lets hope for a win in the final game to round of a good season in the top flight

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    Adelaide Canary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Look back at the stats, how well have we done with Russell at CB, he had another fantastic game. Liverpool, Man U, Chelski, probably more? Great attitude great Pro

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • spanish, RM was indeed superb @ CB. Holty showed real Quality. Ruddy made some great saves 2nd half. Would be more coherent but I keep getting ethered!!

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • I felt the same Algarve, "oh no" - Morison! Jacko was top-hole, but I was so surprised (and euphoric) at Lord Voldemort`s equaliser. I suppose it underlines that in Lambert we must trust? More Prem next Season.

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Back from the game,brilliant all round performance everybody run,chased and gave everything for the team. Great to finish the season on a high,thought Lambo sounded a bit miffed in his interview with some of the recent criticism and his previous comments about "do not know how far Norwich can go" plus reference to when I leave fans have been great,hope nothings brewing underneath,but great game so proud to be a City fan

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    canaryjon

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Its such a great feeling that I can,hopefully, wake up in the morning, to watch the highlights of this wonderfull match on T.V.

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    Albert Cooper

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Spanish, I loved it! What a game. Despite letting in 3 goals, Ruddy made a half dozen brilliant stops & did "good goalkeeping" generally. Holty was immense. We MUST clone him! Russell Martin was great at CB, the whole defence looked better with him at the centre. Relieved that Johnson`s history with Arsenal did not get him sent off. He looked a bit over-excited at times. We must try to keep Grasshopper Naughton. This game was not on standard broadcast so I bullied the local pub into streaming it. They sold LOADS of beer! Best game of the season. So happy that Lambo`s boys delivered for him. Specially Morison, who nearly smiled. OTBC..

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Go along with your comments ref. Jacko, Tonyb. His workrate has never been in doubt and his flurry of goals late last season saw us into the Prem. At last, he seems to have improved his touch and positional awareness. As you say, a few goals to show for it would be good. Maybe there`s more to come - he`s certainly a better player than he was when he signed, so keep him or sell him, Norwich will be the winners. I seem to remember, when Peter Grant signed Lappin, it was as a left-back. Scored on his debut, I think, v Cardiff? We lost! He`s a good pro. Like you, I think R. Martin looks a class act at CB. I wonder if C. Martin will be back? OTBC.

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    Mad Brewer

    Monday, May 7, 2012

  • Fantastic performance! After the early goal, my heart sank for a minute or two..but the lads recovered quickly and were playing good football within the first 5-10 mins. Lambert set them up well, I don't think Wenger expected the canaries to start with two front men and come out fighting the way they did, Arsenal had a hard time with it. Its hard to get a penalty these days, when playing the big boys, the ref's need more bottle.. When Jackson came off, replaced by Morison, I was worried..I thought Jackson had a fantastic game. As other have said, I also haven't been a big fan of Morison, but will gladly eat humble pie, great strike Morison!! I hope they can take that into the last game! OTBC!

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    Norfolk'n'good

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Chirping away here - great performance, they have found their mojo once again. I agree with canaryjohn, those two throw-away statements from PL certainly caught my attention in the post-match intervew.

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    Swiss Canary

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • I must admit that when the buccaneering Jackson was replaced by Morrison, I thought "We're f***ed!!" The drive and energy certainly dropped off at this point, which is ironic, because the manager was obviously trying to introduce fresh legs. We got away with it, and Morrison scored....all credit to him.

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    Algarve Canary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Wouldn't it be a pleasure if the starting line up at the Emirates were allowed to begin the game against AV....25000 fans would be able to show their appreciation to these lads, and it would frighten the life out of Villa. What a start for next season...Whatever are we going to fill our time with?

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    Pa Snipps

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Fantastic team performance, brilliant display, all with nothing to play for aswell, Arsenal had a lot riding on today, and yet we managed to rise to the occasion, very good. Was horrible seeing people say "Morison has come on and we concede 2, coincidence" etc, what more can the bloke do for us? 10 Goals this season (more than many a top quality premier league striker) and is a great option for us, hopefully lots of fans have been at their humble pie and could possibly realise that 10 goals is a great return. Holt didn't have a great start to the first half of the season, but only managed to jump to the forefront because everybody still supported him and he rose to it. Yet when Morison falls out of favour to Holt because of Holt's form, he's lumbered with all manner of criticism, he's a fantastic striker and we couldn't do much better for the money, so show your support. System worked well today so good tactics yet again from King Paul of Lambert. Would be a great end to beat Aston Villa, and carry that momentum through to next season.

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    Billy

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Fantastic performance, every one playing out of their socks and no help from the ref. Proud of the lads, great goal from Morison!

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    Swiss Canary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • What a great game to watch and when City are in that sort of mood they can match anybody.Arsenal fans were booing their team at times just what sort of supporters are thye

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    leslie cater

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Must admit I missed this one. After recent results, I decided to change sports + went to Sale Sharks v Harlequins rugby instead. One swallow doesn't make a summer, so Morison will have to put in a few more decent shifts before I'm a convert, but this seems to have been a much better performance all round judging by what mates have said. Lets Kill Vill(a) + go out with a bang now!

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    Timbo

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Tried & failed to get a precis past the defence. Salom.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • I had to work late , came in , and the game had finished . Utterly gutted , Such a vast improvment on last weeks performance , once again so proud . OTBC !!!!

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    martin addams-smith

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Algarve, Holt & Jacko were great up front. Sublime equaliser by Voldemort. What a super game!!

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Morro getting the equaliser! Haven't been his greatest fan, so I'll eat humble pie, well done. OTBC.

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    cutty

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • I am not really Mad Brewer, I am one of your Employees; "Ged". May I comment??

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • I watched every minute, what a team! They did every thing except slaughter those men in red for 70 minutes. We should have had 2 penalties in the first half. Confidence oozed. Ruddy was marvelous. Hoolahan, Holt and Jackson gave that Red defence one hell of a battering.....Then the inevitable happened. Mr Lambert decided to change things. He decided to take the engine out of the car, and within 3mins the reds had equalised. Once again the team spirit had disappeared. Another 7 mins and we are behind. For gods sake manager “If it isn't broke don't fix it”.

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    Pa Snipps

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Fantastic entertainment, great commitment and a good all round performance to take us into next season. I hope we play this way against Villa. I think the ref. evened things ups re: the pens.

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    Lobbo

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • ah now i get in lets try one last ime

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Spot on Lobbo, great game, we gave some, we took some a fair result?? I am so enjoying every bit of this cant wait till next week. What am i gonna do during the break?

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • spanish, swiss, the rest of you proper NCFC supporters, I am not allowed to comment on my lifetime team`s wonderful performance by the Moderators. Ged`s coming soon. What a match!!

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    Mad Brewer

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Now that's the kind of performance we saw at the beginning of the season, lets keep the same team for the last game, the rest of the lads can come out at the end for a victory lap!

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    canuk

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Its such a great feeling that I can,hopefully, wake up in the morning, to watch the highlights of this wonderfull match on T.V.

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    Albert Cooper

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Fantastic performance! After the early goal, my heart sank for a minute or two..but the lads recovered quickly and were playing good football within the first 5-10 mins. Lambert set them up well, I don't think Wenger expected the canaries to start with two front men and come out fighting the way they did, Arsenal had a hard time with it. Its hard to get a penalty these days, when playing the big boys, the ref's need more bottle.. When Jackson came off, replaced by Morison, I was worried..I thought Jackson had a fantastic game. As other have said, I also haven't been a big fan of Morison, but will gladly eat humble pie, great strike Morison!! I hope they can take that into the last game! OTBC!

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    Norfolk'n'good

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • After that performance today, I think I'll fill my glass to the brim, not with San Miguel, but with “Tennants Extra Strong” lager from the Blue can..... “Heaven on Earth!” The day deserves it!

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    Pa Snipps

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Ether test - testing 1,2

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    Swiss Canary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Too leave the Emirates disapointed at only a draw is something special. For the benfit of EDP reporters andn teh ref "Kicking out at Lappin" is a sending off offence nothing less. If the ref saw it and gave the free-kick how does the Arsenal player escape punishment?. Whingers behavour at the end of the game was a disgrac, but what we have coem to expect from l'homme.. A poor ref for both sides, Blatrant push from Naughty at the end but anything less than a draw would have been injustice.

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    Pondlife

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Pa Snipps; "taking the engine out of the car" a good description. But Voldemort DID score and I think I caught a hint of a smile, too..... Let`s hope we can swash our buckle again v Aston Vanilla :-)

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Not a great Morrison fan, but credit where its due, a really good finish. I tought the Cannuck was great, great attitude from that man. Did you see PL´s response when he came off?

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • Just back from the game,really good all round battling performance. We never stopped running,chasing and harrowing and never gave Arsenal any time on the ball-bit like the Spurs game.So pleased after the last 3 games,every player played their part. Only downside is Morro,although he scored definately has a major attitude problem and doesnt fit with the Norwich work ethic,but great performance

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    canaryjon

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • 3 pairs of boxers, a glass half full, ive had a great afternoon. As one person said earlier this week, give us something to get excited about? will that do for you, it will for me OTBC

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    spanishcanary

    Saturday, May 5, 2012

  • great result and lambert got the team selection perfect.martins a better centre half than a full back,lappin did well as did all the team.with howson and johnson in midfield it seems to add some much needed steel!But the big difference for me was the pace of jackson up front who with holt made the arsenal defence look shaky.if only jackson could score more goals he would be awesome!Thats what should be top of lamberts summer shopping list,a goalscorer because if holt had been out injured for a lengthy time i think we might have been in the relagation battle.Hope they can pull out one more good performance to thrash the villa!.

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    tonyb

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

  • Anybody spot one of our players"walking on" Sagna as alleged by Arsene Whinger? He deserves an Award for Worst Loser - and he didn`t even lose!! Precis of comment on a Divotcolumn - which was ethered, strangely. Yes, spanish, loved it!!! OTBC.

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    Mad Brewer

    Sunday, May 6, 2012

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