Watch highlights of City’s 2-1 friendly win at King’s Lynn

PUBLISHED: 10:34 08 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:44 08 July 2018

Second Half action from King's Lynn Town vs Norwich at The Walks - Onel Hernandez. Picture: Ian Burt

Second Half action from King's Lynn Town vs Norwich at The Walks - Onel Hernandez. Picture: Ian Burt

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Norwich City kicked off pre-season with a 2-1 win at King’s Lynn Town and you can watch all the key moments from the friendly here.

The Canaries took a mixture of first team and under-23 players to take on Lynn, with new boys Teemu Pukki and Felix Passlack among the players to start.

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City had to bounce back from conceding early in the second half though, when Ryan Hawkins crossed for Toby Hilliard to score from close range for the Linnets, and did so thanks to the energy of the younger players coming off the bench.

King’s Lynn Town 1 Norwich City 2: Canaries rely on young guns for friendly victory

Devonte Aransibia equalised with a cool finish in the 71st minute and Irish striker Adam Idah rolled fired home from a Yanic Wildschut cross to claim the lead within two minutes.

Story of the match: King’s Lynn Town 1 Norwich City 2

Daniel Farke’s team continue their Championship preparations on Tuesday when they travel to League Two side Lincoln City, before facing Crawley in a behind-closed-doors friendly at Colney two days later.

• Watch extended highlights from King’s Lynn Town TV, or just the goals from Norwich City TV, above

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