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Jamal Lewis's precise strike gives Norwich win over Leicester - MW

Against the great old fugitives, Norwich gave himself good reason to believe that a new Houdini action was possible. No one expects them to compete with Leicester to win the next Premier League season, but survival this year doesn't seem to be out of the blue and, as a result, they are ahead of schedule. In 2014-15, Leicester started eating a seven point deficit with nine games left; Aside from Daniel Farke, there are two best games and a campaign that has almost been explained as a learning experience, at least for next week, with new life.

They deserve this victory, just the second of their last 15 appearances, against adversaries whose degradation in the last half hour is an enigma. Norwich's tail emerged when 20 minutes later, Max Aarons, their indestructible right-back stole a field over Ben Chilwell and quickly spotted his colleague on the opposite flank. Aarons transcends consciousness, ignoring everyone in the middle and allowing Jamal Lewis to size things up on the other side of the box. Lewis controlled with his chest and then, with perfect technique, cut the ball to create a low volley after Kasper Schmeichel and raged Carrow Road.

Such a daring combination of two back defenders that highlights why Norwich, who never wanted to be ambitious, would become a widely available crack. They have wasted invitation positions all season, but this time it has never been the same as allowing an increasingly flat Leicester who should be halfway through and would mark a VAR strike from Kelechi. Iheanacho four minutes after rebooting, a return.

It was a performance full of commitments and commitments with a well-deserved and clean victory; It's great England are particularly pleased with Lewis, a 22-year-old special player whose season has been delayed due to injuries and performances by Sam Byram. I am very happy for Jamal because he had a difficult first season in the Premier League. He must adapt to the level and then take a break of 10 or 11 weeks.

His team struggled until the end of the first half, but Iheanacho, responsible for driving Leicester to attack after a calf injury kept Jamie Vardy away, missed his best chance when he rebounded from Ayoze PĂ©rez. Dennis Praet also appeared outside of an article, but there seemed to be no problem when Iheanacho found his bearings dramatically.

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He runs Ben Godfrey in a long pass, then, after digging inside, loops endlessly through Tim Krul. But it quickly became apparent that the ball had bounced off Godfrey's arm and hit Iheanacho's hand. VAR's decision not to allow the target, confirmed by Graham Scott-based Stockley Park, was correct under current austerity rules, but Brendan Rodgers was confused.

In general, we are disappointed. In the worst case, it was a free kick for us. I thought it was unintentional on the part of the guard, then I didn't know what Kelechi could do when he fell and hit his arm.

Despite this, he doesn't feel inclined to complain about the weather, even if his impression is that Leicester shouldn't lose. He admitted that they lacked the precision that has marked their last six months and acknowledged the concern that 306 minutes have passed since their final goal. He said we could dance around the truth, he said. We have to find this quality.

They could be expected to show more after Iheanacho's disappointment, but instead, Norwich kept his regrets and fired two warning shots at Schmeichel via Ondrej. Duda excelled at the Lewis coup. Leicester will reach an unlikely goal for themselves by going to the Champions League, but there is still time for a teething season to undo; The possibilities of the Norwich tournament are now open to a degree that makes Farke's eyes burn.

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It will be a small miracle, he spoke of the price before him. But we are here to create something special and if we continue with this belief, this unity and this commitment, there is certainly an opportunity to do so. He just had to watch the team in blue, disappear in spite of themselves, for all the evidence he needed.


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