PODCAST: Placheta to the rescue for City as the South Stand sing up

Daniel Farke salutes the 1,000 season ticket holders inside Carrow Road at the end of Norwich City's

Daniel Farke salutes the 1,000 season ticket holders inside Carrow Road at the end of Norwich City's 2-2 Championship draw with Preston Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City had to fight back twice to earn a point against Preston as 1,000 fans returned to Carrow Road and you can listen to our review of the eventful day in the latest episode of the Pink Un Podcast.

Saturday was kicked off with news breaking of Barcelona’s interest in Max Aarons and continued with Emi Buendia missing from City’s squad, with Daniel Farke later explaining the Argentine had failed a late fitness test after picking up a knock to the shin in training.

The Canaries were hoping to build on their 1-0 win at Huddersfield on the opening weekend of the Championship season but were pushed all the way by the well organised and hard working visitors, stewarded by former Norwich boss Alex Neil.

However, City equalised twice through Teemu Pukki in the first half and then summer signing Przemek Placheta in the 85th minute in an improved second half, with Preston keeper Declan Rudd also brilliantly denying Pukki deep into injury-time.

Our Canaries correspondents Paddy Davitt, David Freezer, Connor Southwell and Tony Thrussell reviewed the 2-2 draw for the latest edition of the Pink Un Podcast - which can also be heard on Wednesday evenings on Future Radio 107.8FM.

- You can listen to the episode in the audio player above and click here to subscribe to our weekly show via your chosen podcast platform


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