GOAL! Norwich City 2-2 Sheffield Wednesday (Vrancic, 90 + 6)
Make the eight goals in the 90th minute or later! Mario Vrancic charges a nice free kick over the wall and scores a goal on the top corner. Dawson did not stand a chance. Carrow Road erupts, but Farke is totally indifferent.
90 + 5 min: Free from Norwich, even at the end of the 18-yard box. Vrancic fishing for lack and buying one out of Marco Matias. This will certainly be the last kick of the game. Vrancic likes this too …
90 + 3 min: Klose passes in the area after receiving a pass from Pukki after a high ball forward, but is an optimistic shout for a penalty. Norwich will take anything at this stage. And then, Wednesday, he slides forward, with Luke making substantial progress out of line, with Godfrey finally clearing. Wednesday could have added a third.
90 + 3 min: Wednesday defends superbly once again. And when Norwich recycle the ball, Srbeny and Klose Pelupessy sandwich.
90 + 2 min: Hernandez is replaced by Timm Klose, and the first act of the giant defender will be to try to reach the end of a curve of Norwich.
90 + 1 min: Onel Hernandez shoots out the right flank and cannons a low ball through the goal, but clear Wednesday. Norwich is chasing a draw!
90 min: There will be five minutes of downtime. Norwich have scored seven goals in the 90th minute or at the end of this season …
88 min: Leitner catches a high ball for Stiepermann, but Cameron Dawson reads like a book and quietly gathers from the sky.
86 min: Barry Bannan and Steven Fletcher play a dreamy one-two, and the latter ends up swinging into the ball inside the area – but Norwich comes in to clear, just as Fletcher was pulling the trigger. Wednesday flew forward, carving Norwich open, but failed to put the glow in an upward and smooth movement.
84 min: Zimmermann makes a mess of a routine slack. Maybe it's not Norwich night? Wednesday, who choked and stood firm when needed, are almost there.
83 min: Vrancic takes Pukki to the channel, but the striker hits his cross. Off will Jamal Lewis, replaced by Srbeny.
82 min: Unable to call Jordan Rhodes off the bench – the striker is not eligible to face his club – Norwich is preparing Dennis Srbeny.
81 min: Clear Wednesday, and Mo Leitner loses a boot in the aftermath. Norwich is doing well, but on Wednesday, calmly, assaulting another attack.
80 min: George Boyd plays the pantomime villain, taking a reserve after pulling Max Aarons' shirt, which was absolutely relentless on the right flank again. At age 19, Aarons has a huge future. Norwich has a free kick from an acute angle, 20 meters from the goal.
79 min: In comes Mario Vrancic, in place of Tom Trybull. Farke introduces a slightly more offensive invention in the midfield of Norwich.
77 min: John's first act is to clean a corner of Norwich. But the ball keeps coming back on Wednesday, which could not really wipe its lines. Dominic Iorfa flicked smartly past the ball after Aarons sent a ball into the back post where Onel Hernández was lurking.
76 min: This is the last contribution of Forestieri, with Lucas John summoned in his place. Forestieri's right boot proved to be a deadly weapon for Wednesday.
75 min: Forestieri has another go from far, this time doubling a goal of effort, although it deflects of the goal. Another great success.
72 min: Forestieri tips Aarons on the edge of the box with a nasty challenge! Aarons petulantly wraps his arms around referee Geoff Eltringham to inform him that he made the wrong decision, although the replays show that the foul was indeed out of the 18-yard box. But Norwich failed to get the most out of it, with Stiepermann coming close to Cameron Dawson after recycling the ball into the area.
71 min: Dawson fires a shot on target for a Norwich pitch. The fans of the house have fun, Steve Bruce not so much.
70 min: Onel Hernández links the afterburners to go beyond Iorfa, but Lees does well to close the door. Norwich continues to probe, but Leitner's enthusiasm is his downfall, as he fouls Matias on the right flank.
68 min: Fletcher releases a rocket in mid-volley, but Krul is just like him! It all resulted from a free kick, after Pukki decided he had knocked Matias down. Wednesday win a foul after his attempt to jump forward was intercepted by the Norwich striker trailing back to make the yards difficult.
67 min: Pelupessy has to dig deep to clear the ball, with Norwich to rise again through Jamal Lewis by the left flank. Another corner is scored by Iorfa before Wednesday's counterattack attempt.
66 min: Lees tries to fend off Onel Hernández from the area before Mattias passes the ball, but the referee pulls the first one for being a bit too zealous in the challenge. Bannan replaces Onomah. Norwich missed a free kick with Leitner at a disadvantage.
65 min: Kenny McLean heads to Norwich! Brilliant knocks down the right flank by Max Aarons, who gallops forward before cutting in and delivering a cross in flight. McLean is there to face him, defeating Tom Lees to the goal in the goal, but falls well in the goal of Cameron Dawson.
63 min: Norwich and Farke are still arguing and changing, while Steve Bruce is preparing Barry Bannan.
62 min: Michael Hector slides in Onomah with a smart ball forward, but Wednesday he can not make the most of the men. Instead, the Norwich flies forward after turning over the ball. Daniel Farke must be contemplating a change. They seem unusually deprived of ideas in the final third.
61 min: Palmer walks out with Pukki on the prowl. In fact, the Norwich striker made a comeback as Stiepermann recycled the starting corner but Wednesday did well to hold on. Forestieri then climbs up on the left and buys a foul from the German, who ends up hitting the ball down in frustration.
60 min: Matias gives a corner as Lewis advances to find a high pass. Mo Leitner will shake again …
58 min: Sheffield Wednesday seems to be enjoying the role of party-poopers, with Onomah and Boyd cheerfully making the ball circular. Norwich, for the first time, really got a little annoying. But surely not for long?
56 min: Steven Fletcher runs off toward the right flank. He is causing all kinds of problems – with his feet and hands …
54 min: Stiepermann angles a low effort just wide!
GOAL! Norwich 1-2 Sheffield Wednesday (Fletcher, 53)
A turnaround in the promotion storyline! A deflected ball rises from the left and Fletcher manages to put his big toe on it to guide the goal. Tim Krul is livid because after making a super initial defense, Fletcher seems to hold the ball, catching it with his left hand before the striker moves away to celebrate. A contentious goal, and Krul gains a reserve for his frustrations.
50 min: A great defense from Tim Krul to deny Forestieri a second thumper! The Dutchman receives a strong left hand for another poisonous attack by Forestieri. Wednesday did not just turn to roll. They mean business.
49 min: Ben Godfrey looks away! George Boyd inadvertently hits the corner of Leitner at the front post and Godfrey reaches the second post to head in the goal, but he shakes his head. It was a golden chance, almost an opportunity so good it seemed to take Godfrey by surprise.
48 min: Onel Hernández and Lewis play flawlessly on the left flank. Lewis runs into the attack and wins a corner of Norwich. They play short and catch another in quick succession. Leitner will shake again …
46 min: Onel Hernandez does superbly, walking forward – being pulled back all the time by Onomah – before Leitner takes control, and he is also lacking. Norwich plays a quick free and clear Wednesday. Hernandez wreaked havoc with almost all of his touches. No staff changes at halftime, but George Boyd gets help with his bootlaces.
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Half time: Norwich 1-1 Sheffield Wednesday
A low attack by Marco Stiepermann was nullified by a goal by Fernando Forestieri. The Wednesday striker spun around the edge of the area before leaving a good distance of 25 yards, with Forestieri scoring a goal of the season. They'll line up at the season-ending Sheffield Wednesday awards dinner with Adam Reach – absent with an Achilles' injury here – having recorded some beauties in this campaign. Still, Norwich is well on the way to doing the job. They were tied by an absurd leveler.
45 + 2 min: Hector is convinced he won a shot on goal after catching Stiepermann's ball, but the replays show that a corner was the right decision. Leitner delivers, but is emphatically clean. And that's it.
45 + 1 min: Wednesday cleverly possession of turnover, and proceed to switch from defense to attack before the move disintegrates in the middle. Back comes Norwich on the right, through Max Aarons, but he can not get a clean shot away. The teenage side seemed to have been pulled back by Palmer inside the area after receiving a sublime heel leap from Onel Hernandez. But the referee is impassive, and Norwich has to go again.
42 min: Liam Palmer does superbly to avoid a corner going shoulder to shoulder with Pukki and leading the Norwich striker to the side. Norwich finishes with only one replacement, but tries to maintain the pressure. Onel Hernández ends up being fed inside the area by Pukki – who is clearly messed up after passing the ball – but the first one gets his legs in a tangle. No foul is given on Pukki after the advantage disappears.
41 min: Stiepermann tries to feed Onel Hernández with a beautiful ball, but Lees reads it impeccably, sliding to cut it with the legs. Norwich wins the turn, but Dawson hits Leitner's clear delivery.
39 min: Sheffield Wednesday tries to play for Steven Fletcher – but Krul leaves at the crucial moment to intervene. That goal gave life to Wednesday, which was far from finished and threw away even a disadvantaged goal.
37 min: Good news: Aarons is back at his feet. This seemed very painful for Aarons, the young player of the year for EFL. He had a good time.
36 min: Max Aarons and Liam Palmer collide on the line, and the latter inadvertently runs over the Norwich teenager. Aarons looks like pain and will require some treatment. Palmer looks good to continue.
34 min: Pelupessy is on the field for Hutchinson, who tried to fight but held the tendon after intercepting midway to the tie. Daniel Farke looks totally puzzled by the sideline, presumably shocked by the magnificence of Forestieri's attack.