Norwich City 0, Southampton 0 - what the nationals said
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The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 0-0 draw at home to Southampton.
Sunday Mirror: 'Artur Boruc was transformed from hate figure to hero as Southampton secured a vital point towards Premier League salvation.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino could face a touchline ban after confronting referee Mark Clattenburg on the pitch at the end of the game.'
The Observer: 'Norwich might have considered themselves lucky not to be trailing such was Southampton's forward thrust in treacherous conditions.'
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The Sunday Telegraph: 'It was a controversial decision to give Norwich a penalty in the closing seconds, but Artur Boric ensured justice was done . . . and brilliantly denied Holt.'
The Independent: 'Goalless draws are not exactly rare at Carrow Road – this was the fourth this season – but this one was achieved only after Boruc pulled off a superb save.'