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‘So proud of the lads today!’ - Norwich City supporters praise their side after 0-0 draw with Bournemouth

PUBLISHED: 18:44 19 October 2019 | UPDATED: 01:03 20 October 2019

The traveling Norwich fans applaud their side at the end of the Premier League match at the Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth
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19/10/2019

The traveling Norwich fans applaud their side at the end of the Premier League match at the Vitality Stadium, Bournemouth Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd +44 7904 640267 19/10/2019

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Norwich City supporters have reacted positively after their side drew 0-0 with AFC Bournemouth in the Premier League.












Despite not being a classic, City left the South Coast having managed to win their first point on the road this season.

There was a moment of concern in the second half as defender Ben Godfrey was substituted due to an injury.

That change saw a make shift duo of Alex Tettey and Ibrahim Amadou form the partnership that ensured the Canaries got their first clean sheet of the season.

The best chance for the Canaries arrived courtesy of midfielder Tom Trybull. His rasping shot went just wide in the last ten minutes of the game.

Prior to that, Teemu Pukki's low drive was impressively tipped round the post by Aaron Ramsdale. City did have spells of consistent pressure throughout the second half, although a point was probably a fair reflection on the fixture.

The point keeps City in 19th with seven points whilst Bournemouth sit 9th on 12 points.

- Read a selection of the best tweets from supporters above and below.


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