The Pink Un Podcast: Wigan Athletic 2, Norwich City 2

Russell Martin canot believe his header is ruled out for offside, as Norwich City have to settle for

Russell Martin canot believe his header is ruled out for offside, as Norwich City have to settle for a draw at Wigan. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt discuss the Canaries’ Championship draw at Wigan Athletic.

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City led at half-time thanks to Nelson Oliveira’s header – with a little help from his shoulder – but couldn’t sustain their lead after the break, and ultimately needed Mitchell Dijks’ first goal for his loan club to salvage a point at DW Stadium.

Alex Neil’s Canaries had the chance to return to the Championship’s top six with victory, but now sit two points off the play-off places having played a game more than sixth-placed Sheffield Wednesday.

The pod includes the thoughts of Oliveira, as well as Norwich City manager Alex Neil, while also looking ahead to the Canaries’ forthcoming home games – on Saturday as struggling Nottingham Forest visit Carrow Road, before title-challenging Newcastle United come to town on Tuesday night.

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