WATCH: Pink Un Matchday Highlights – Michael Bailey, Alex Pritchard, Alan Irvine, Chris Hughton, Phil Daley, Stuart Hodge, Norwich City’s supporters and more give their views on the Canaries’ Brighton victory
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Pink Un Matchday returns to Carrow Road, as the crew review Norwich City’s 2-0 victory over Premier League-bound Brighton.
Filmed from outside Carrow Road, Michael Bailey is joined by sports journalist Stuart Hodge and BBC Radio Norfolk’s Phil Daley to review the Canaries’ 2-0 victory over already promoted Brighton.
City interim manager Alan Irvine and Albion’s former City boss Chris Hughton give their press conference verdicts, while Canaries forward and two-goal hero – sort of – Alex Pritchard speaks to Michael after the game.
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And Pink Un Show producer Jake Watson gets in among the fans immediately following the full-time whistle, to get the post-match reaction of the Norwich City supporters following their side’s latest win.
Pritchard hit the bar twice from range – both times the ball cannoning in off keeper David Stockdale – to earn City their fourth win from eight games since Alex Neil was sacked in March.
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Brighton had already earned promotion on Easter Monday, but will now have to wait a little longer if they are to secure the Championship title over Newcastle United this term.
Next up for Norwich is their final away game of the season, with a Saturday trip to play-off hopefuls Leeds United (3pm) before Queens Park Rangers round off the season at Carrow Road on Sunday, May 7 (12pm).
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