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Oh what a night – How Norwich City’s 2019 EFL Awards success played out in London

PUBLISHED: 19:32 07 April 2019 | UPDATED: 02:04 08 April 2019

Norwich City's EFL 2018-19 Championship team of the year members Jamal Lewis, Teemu Pukki and Max Aarons. Picture: Norwich City FC

Norwich City's EFL 2018-19 Championship team of the year members Jamal Lewis, Teemu Pukki and Max Aarons. Picture: Norwich City FC

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Follow how the 2019 EFL Awards unfolded at Grosvenor House on Park Lane, London as two of Norwich City’s top performers hoped for success from their nominations, after the Championship leaders’ stellar efforts.

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The Championship’s leading scorer Teemu Pukki took his tally to 26 league goals for the campaign with his brace in the Canaries’ 4-0 win over Queens Park Rangers on Saturday.

The Finn was nominated for Championship player of the year alongside Sheffield United striker Billy Sharp and Birmingham City forward Che Adams.

Meanwhile City’s breakthrough act, academy product Max Aarons was one of three nominees shortlisted for the EFL-wide young player of the year.

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The Canaries duo alongside left-back Jamal Lewis were all named in the EFL’s Championship team of the season, managed by Blades boss Chris Wilder – and stood a chance of making the EFL team of the season.

City’s leading scorer last team James Maddison was named in both the Championship and EFL XIs at last year’s awards.

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