Norwich City Premier League debate - Connor answers your questions
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Norwich City are two games unbeaten in the Premier League and suddenly the mood music is more positive as the Canaries look ahead to a crunch midweek clash with Southampton.
City drew 2-2 with Arsenal on Sunday in a game where they could have claimed all three points. The Canaries led twice but were pegged back by the prolific Pierre-Emerick Aubayemang.
Ibrahim Amadou replaced Alex Tettey in the heart of the Canaries midfield and his block in the dying embers ensured City did win a point.
Teemu Pukki broke his eight-game run without a goal as his deflected effort nestled into the net after the Finn was allowed too much space on the edge of the box.
Kenny McLean performed superbly again in the attacking midfield role. He resembles a man who is free of any shackles and is displaying his qualities in a more advanced role within the Canaries midfield.
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The video assistant referee played a significant role in the fixture, ordering Aubayemang to retake his penalty after encroachment in the penalty area.
City have now discovered some momentum, which could prove pivotal as they head to St Mary's in a crucial match for both sides.
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