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Premier League Sunday including Liverpool, Newcastle and Tottenham - LIVE!

Follow the latest news and scores from today's Premier League matches including Liverpool v Swansea, Newcastle v Aston Villa and Norwich v Tottenham.

 
by Sam Dymond


  • Here come the boys...
    2/23/2014 1:30:20 PM
  • Norwich 0 Tottenham: Half chances halfway through the half. At one end, Paulinho attempts a curler into the top right-hand corner from outside the box, but there's not enough swerve on the ball to trouble John Ruddy and then, at the other, Martin Olsson bursts into the box following a neat one-two on the left wing, but his cut back fails to find any of the three Norwich players who had may their way into the penalty area.
    2/23/2014 4:29:34 PM
  • It would seem passing isn't his strong point either...


    2/23/2014 4:31:42 PM
  • Norwich 0 Tottenham 0: Spurs have scored in each of their ten Premier League fixtures under the management of Tim Sherwood, averaging more than two a game, but they are going to have to raise their performance if they are to continue that pattern this afternoon. Save for a surging run from Chadli in behind the defence, there has been little for Tottenham fans to get excited about so far with 40 minutes played.

    Norwich, meanwhile, have managed to work themselves into some promising positions to break on the visitors, but Leroy Fer and Van Wolfswinkel have too often slowed their play down in the final third to really threaten the Tottenham goal.
    2/23/2014 4:43:33 PM
  • Half-time - Norwich 0 Tottenham 0:
    2/23/2014 4:49:58 PM
  • Do you remember when I suggested that it couldn't be any worse than Newcastle v Aston Villa?


    I lied.
    2/23/2014 4:57:00 PM
  • Coming up, the first half highlights...

    2/23/2014 5:00:20 PM
  • GOAL! Norwich 1 Tottenham 0: The second half has begun, in stark contrast to the first, with a bang! Nacer Chadli lost possession straight from kick-off and when Norwich burst forward, Van Wolfswinkel and Johnson combined to set Robert Snodgrass free beyond Danny Rose. The Scot took a touch to cut inside and curled the ball low past Lloris into the bottom left-hand corner to give the hosts the lead.
    2/23/2014 5:07:09 PM
  • Norwich 1 Tottenham 0: What a strike from Bradley Johnson! The Norwich midfielder took aim with a free-kick from nearly 30 yards out and it rocketed against the underside of the crossbar before bouncing down on the line and away. Johnson is appealing for the goal but the Goal Decision Review system correctly informs referee Craig Pawson that the ball didn't fully cross the line.

    It's all Norwich from hereon though, and Redmond wastes a good opportunity with Snodgrass better placed before Gary Hooper bursts into the box and pulls the ball back for Alexander Tetty, who was unable to add the finishing touch.
    2/23/2014 5:48:21 PM
  • FULL TIME - Norwich 1 Tottenham 0:
    2/23/2014 5:52:59 PM
  • As the famous old song goes, 1-0 to the Norwich...


    Which is bad news for Tim Sherwood....


    2/23/2014 6:07:20 PM
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