Aston Villa 1, Norwich City 1 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 1-1 draw at Aston Villa.
Sunday Mirror: 'Now under Chris Hughton's astute guidance, the same players are adapting to keep the ball on the ground better and looked a decent side.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'Michael Turner's first goal for Norwich piled the pressure on their former boss…who were indebted to saves by Guzan from man-of-the-match Hoolahan and Holt.'
The Observer: 'Two poor teams were both in need of a win, neither got it, and of the embattled managers Paul Lambert is under greater pressure.'
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The Independent: 'A draw was the least that Norwich deserved from a game of questionable quality, which hinged on the dismissal of the Villa full-back Joe Bennett.'
The Sunday Telegraph: 'The stench of under-achievement is still overpowering and Norwich City arguably deserved to condemn their old boss to a humiliating defeat.'