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MATCHDAY RECAP: Norwich City hit back to beat SC Paderborn 3-2 in German tour opener

PUBLISHED: 13:59 15 July 2018 | UPDATED: 19:23 15 July 2018

Timm Klose led out Norwich City in their new away strip 
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Timm Klose led out Norwich City in their new away strip Picture: Focus Images/Focus Images Ltd

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Teemu Pukki inspired the Canaries to a comeback win against SC Paderborn on Sunday lunchtime in Gutersloh.

City were 2-0 down at the interval before second half substitute Pukki notched a brace after Dennis Srbeny had pulled a goal back against his old club.

Norwich’s U23s won 2-1 earlier in the day against Paderborn’s development set up.

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CITY (first half): Matthews; Marshall, Zimmermann, Klose, Husband; Trybull; Stiepermann, Leitner, McLean, Hernandez; Srbeny,

CITY (second half): McGovern, Passlack, Zimmermann, Klose (Raggett 72), Husband (Arrons 72), McLean (Cantwell 72), Thompson, Stiepermann (Godfrey 72), Hernandez (Wildschut 72), Pukki, Srbeny (Rhodes 72).


Goals: Srbeny (51), Pukki (58, 62)


Referee: Sven Waschitzki

• Re-live the action with our Group Football Editor Paddy Davitt from the Energieversum Stadion, Gutersloh. Kick off midday (GMT). A stream was available to watch the friendly.


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