Norwich 1-1 Tottenham Hotspur: As It Happened
Goalscorers: Hoolahan (32 mins), Bale (79 mins)
Bookings: Garrido (Norwich), Holt (Norwich), Snodgrass (Norwich), Hoolahan (Norwich), Holtby (Spurs)
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Norwich City: Bunn; R Martin, Garrido, Bassong, Turner; Snodgrass, Johnson, Pilkington, Hoolahan (Howson), Tettey; Holt.
Subs: Camp, Whittaker, Howson, Jackson, Fox, E.Bennett, R.Bennett.
Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris; Walker, Dawson, Vertonghen, Assou-Ekotto; Dembele, Parker, Lennon (Sigurdsson), Bale; Dempsey (Holtby), Defoe.
Subs: Friedel, Naughton, Gallas, Caulker, Holtby, Livermore, Sigurdsson
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Chris Hughton's side have failed to win any of their last seven Premier League games. Although this is certainly a point gained, the Carrow Road faithful must be wondering where the next victory is coming from.
Still, Spurs were terrible for 80 minutes. Only the brilliance of Gareth Bale ensured they came away with a share of the points. An opportunity missed by the home side?
Certainly a fair result in the end. Spurs were absolutely woeful in the first half. Andre Villas-Boas took too long to mix things up, but eventually made the right call by bringing Holtby into the midfield. Norwich struggled to cope with the extra midfielder and will be happy with the point.
90+2'— For the first time in the match the ball sticks in midfield. Neither team keeping possession here.
90+1'— Attacks going on all over the place here! Spurs are halted in the box, letting Norwich burst forward. Holt eventually holds play up and the ball goes out for a throw.
90'— Three minutes of added time indicated.
89'— SPURS SUB: Sigurdsson forces an excellent save from Bunn. The former Swansea man has been on two minutes and already tested the keeper. He replaces Lennon.
87'— Bassong does well once more. Walker got forward on the right but the former Spurs defender clears the ball. He has been brilliant today.
86'— A Spurs corner is headed clear. Only one winner in this match right now.
84'— Bassong wins a free kick in the middle. Bale completes his defensive duties by knocking the ball clear.
82'— Defoe gets a slight flick onto Assou-Ekotto's cross, but the chance flies wide. Spurs really going for this now.
80'— Norwich Sub: Hoolahan trots off for Howson.
79'— GOAL FOR SPURS! Gareth Bale turns on the afterburners and smashes the ball between two Norwich defenders. Bunn has no chance, brilliant goal!
78'— YELLOW CARD! Great play from Bunn! The Norwich keeper collects Lennon's floated ball. Further up the field, Holtby is booked for moaning.
76'— Spurs are misfiring all over the pitch tonight. Bale, Holtby and Dembele enjoy a spell of short passing before the ball is cleared.
74'— YELLOW CARD! Norwich attacking with more intent now. A Snodgrass corner is headed away. The ball quickly moves up the pitch, with Hoolahan receiving a yellow card for stopping a free kick being taken.
72'— We've got 20 minutes left and Spurs are still to really get going. Holtby concedes a free kick just inside the Spurs half.
71'— SPURS SUB: Lewis Holtby makes his debut, replacing Clint Dempsey.
70'— YELLOW CARD! Snodgrass is booked when the ball runs out of play.
68'— Assou-Ekotto fouled by Snodgrass. Spurs' free kick is brilliantly headed away by Turner. The resulting corner eventually comes to nothing.
67'— GOAL UPDATE: A wonderful goal from Walcott makes it 2-2 at the Emirates.
65'— Pilkington cuts inside from the left and shoots just wide. Spurs launch a direct counter, but are met by that Norwich rearguard once more.
64'— Oh dear. Walker runs out of room in the right. He overruns a crossing chance and allows Norwich the chance to regroup.
GOAL UPDATE: Giroud brings Arsenal back into the game. 2-1 Liverpool right now.
62'— Defoe tries his luck from the edge of the box. He has very little room to work and blasts into the crowd.
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