Norwich City 2, Everton 1 - what the nationals said
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The national newspapers’ views on Norwich City’s 2-1 win over Everton.
Sunday Mirror: “It was Kamara, making only his second substitute appearance, who took most of the plaudits as Norwich recorded their first league win for over two months.”
The Mail on Sunday: “It was a remarkable, unexpected end to a game that Everton had controlled for long periods after a first-half goal by Leon Osman, only to lose concentration.”
The Observer: “The Canaries can feel a little more secure on their Premier League perch, while Everton’s hopes of a top-four finish have surely come irreversibly unstuck.”
The Sunday Telegraph: “While Everton were in despair, this was a euphoric, uplifting finish for Norwich, who have suffered so many failures to score in recent weeks.”
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The Independent on Sunday: “Confident enough to wave to the crowd as he warmed up on the touchline, Kamara’s self-belief was evident in his first active involvement.”
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