Norwich city humiliate premiership champions with a 3-2 victory.



New entrant Norwich City made a fantastic all-round display to defeat Manchester City's in their first Premier League defeat since January at an ecstatic Carrow Road.
The home teams suffered series of injured players who did the not make the squad who which faced the EPL champions, however they took full advantage of a performance from the reigning champions that was seen very careless in the extreme and characterised by chaotic defending.
Norwich city was surprisingly 2-0 ahead within 30 minutes after Kenny McLean rose unmarked to meet Emiliano Buendia's corner and then Todd Cantwell finished a flowing move involving Marco Stiepermann and Teemu Pukki.
Argentine striker "Sergio Aguero's header just before the break hinted at a Manchester City comeback but a misunderstanding between John Stones and Nicolas Otamendi saw Buendia rob the Argentina centre-back and set up Pukki to score.
Rodri scored his first goal for Manchester City with two minutes left before referee Kevin Friend's final whistle was the cue for wild celebrations for the home side.
This humiliating defeat leaves Manchester city five points behind UEFA champions league title holder “Liverpool”.

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