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MATCHDAY RECAP: Norwich City pegged back late on in 1-1 VfL Wolfsburg friendly draw

PUBLISHED: 20:08 19 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:19 20 July 2018

Onel Hernandez was on target early against VfL Wolfsburg Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Onel Hernandez was on target early against VfL Wolfsburg Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Paul Chesterton

Onel Hernandez’s first half goal was cancelled out by Joshua Guilavogui’s 79th minute header as the Canaries finished their German tour with a 1-1 draw against Bundesliga VfL Wolfsburg.

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City looked set to claim a notable scalp but Gilavogui cashed in on more poor defending from a Wolfsburg free kick in a competitive work out in Barkinghausen.

The Norwich City beat SC Paderborn 3-2 in their opening tour match before losing 2-1 to FC Union Berlin.

Daniel Farke’s squad will remain at their training base on Friday before flying back to the UK for upcoming friendlies against Luton Town and Charlton ahead of the Championship kick off at Birmingham City on August 4.

WOLFSBURG (starting XI): Menzel, Verhaegh, Camacho, Brekalo, Weghorst, Malli, Gerhardt, Mehmedi, Udoukhai, Arnold, Kenoche.

Goal: Guilavogui (79)

CITY: McGovern, Marshall (McLean 68), Zimmermann, Klose, Husband, Trybull (Godfrey 86), Passlack (Aarons 86), Stiepermann (Pukki 68),, Leitner, Hernandez (Cantwell 86), Srbeny (Rhodes 76). Subs: Matthews, Raggett.

Bookings: Klose (foul on Bazoer, 59); McLean (foul on Gerhardt, 77)

Goal: Hernandez (6)

Referee: Henrik Bramlage

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