WATCH: Millwall 1-3 Norwich City – Relive the Canaries’ win with City Sights
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Relive the previews, magic moments and full-time analysis from matchday, as Norwich City beat Millwall at The Den to return to the top of the EFL Championship.
From supporters and pundits predictions, the teams arriving, the key match images and then post-match reaction from our correspondents and Canaries head coach Daniel Farke – it’s all here for your viewing pleasure.
Goals from Marco Stiepermann, Christoph Zimmermann and Teemu Pukki – his 24th Championship goal of the campaign – earned a precious three points.
The afternoon was far straight forward as the relegation-threatened Lions made life difficult for Daniel Farke’s men, and Shaun Williams’ header ensured the sides went in level at half time.
However, Norwich found a way – their 20th victory of the campaign sending them back above Leeds and top of the second tier, with all eyes now on the Sheffield derby at Hillsborough on Monday night.
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City follow their date in London with a Friday night under the Carrow Road floodlights as Swansea visit, with Hull doing likewise five days later.
Norwich then head to Rotherham and Middlesbrough either side of the first international break of 2019 – and the final one of this season.
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- 6 Robin Sainty: Farke has taken City to a whole new level
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- 9 Energetic Barnsley dump disjointed Norwich side out of the FA Cup
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