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Story of the match: Norwich City U18s 4 Newcastle United U18s 3

PUBLISHED: 23:40 07 February 2018 | UPDATED: 00:31 08 February 2018

Anthony Spyrou was Norwich City Under-18s' hero as his double helped the youngsters to a 4-3 win over Newcastle in the FA Youth Cup fifth round last night. Picture: Nick Butcher

Anthony Spyrou was Norwich City Under-18s' hero as his double helped the youngsters to a 4-3 win over Newcastle in the FA Youth Cup fifth round last night. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Norwich City Under-18s booked a place in the FA Youth Cup quarter-finals with a 4-3 win over Newcastle after extra-time at Carrow Road this evening – and we were there to bring you full updates.

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The Canaries reached the fifth round with two victories at their home stadium, coming from behind thanks to four goals in 10 minutes to beat Barnsley 4-1 in the third round.

David Wright’s squad then had to come from behind twice to beat Derby County 4-2 in the last round, teeing up another home tie in the last 16.

Newcastle – managed by Canaries legend Dave Watson – won 5-0 at Brighton and then 3-2 at Crystal Palace in extra-time to earn another away tie.

The Canaries have another home tie in the quarter-finals, against either Bury or Birmingham, with a potential semi-final tie against Fulham, Tottenham or Chelsea.

The Pink Un Show was broadcasting from Carrow Road ahead of the game, and you can still watch the show back.

• Re-live the match as it unfolded above


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