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Monday, March 12, 2012
Wigan defender Gary Caldwell claimed the whole squad still believe they can beat the drop after coming from behind to draw 1-1 in their Barclays Premier League match at Norwich.
Victor Moses levelled in the 68th minute to cancel out Wesley Hoolahan’s early opener as the visitors dominated the second period.
“It was a sloppy start, we have to look at ourselves for that,” Caldwell said.
“We let Norwich into the game and gave them a goal start. We came out for the second half and had a right go at them but couldn’t get that second goal.
“We know on our day when we play well and work together as a team we’re not bad and we showed that today.
“We’ve still got great belief, we showed that today. We’re together as a unit, that can only be a good thing.’’
Moses felt his side deserved the victory for the second-half display.
“I thought we deserved the three points,’’ he said. “We had a lot of chances. In the first half they had the chances, in the second we were all over them.’’