Penalty shoot out pain for City U23s in play-off exit at Wolves

Abu Kamara scores a penalty and celebrates with Tony Springett and Jon Tomkinson during Norwich City

Norwich City's under-23s were beaten on penalties by Wolves on Tuesday evening. - Credit: Tony Thrussell

Norwich City's under-23s were knocked out of the Premier League Two play-offs on Tuesday night after a 5-4 penalty shoot defeat at Wolves, following a 1-1 draw after extra-time.

Flynn Clarke saw his penalty saved before Oliver Tipton sealed the hosts passage to the academy play-off final. 

Tyrese Omotoye cancelled out a first half goal from Hugo Bueno at Molineux in a game watched by head coach Dean Smith, his assistant Craig Shakespeare and sporting director Stuart Webber. 

Wolves were the hosts for the fixture, as they finished second in the Premier League 2 second division, while City finished fifth, in the final play-off spot.

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