The PinkUn Podcast: Norwich City 2, Southampton 2 (FA Cup)

Steven Naismith celebrates scoring Norwich City's late equaliser to earn an FA Cup third round repla

Steven Naismith celebrates scoring Norwich City's late equaliser to earn an FA Cup third round replay at Southampton. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City writers Michael Bailey and Paddy Davitt, plus editor Peter Raven discuss the Canaries’ festive period and their FA Cup third round draw with Southampton.

City boss Alex Neil made changes but still named a strong side that managed to score the club’s first goals in the competition in three years.

Steven Naismith’s injury-time equaliser earned a third-round replay at the Premier League club on Wednesday, January 18.

Having had a bit of a break over the festive period, the pod also touches on the highs and lows of a remarkable festive period at Carrow Road.

The pod includes Michael’s post-match interview with the scorer of City’s first goal and creator of their second, Steven Whittaker.

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