Norwich City 1, Manchester City 6 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's defeat at home to Manchester City.
The Sunday Mirror: 'City attacked with deadly venom, passed with intelligence and defended when they had to against a Norwich team who matched them for spirit.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'If there was a shred of doubt remaining that City would fight tooth and nail to push United to the wire in the title race, it was extinguished on a bright Norfolk afternoon.'
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The Observer: 'A feature of Lambert's success . . . has been his ability to make telling switches, and his substitutions at half-time enabled Norwich to claw their way back.'
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The Sunday Times: 'After the match, Tevez walked out of a television interview when he was asked whether he had dived when he was booked for simulation.'
The People: 'With 18 minutes left, Roberto Mancini's men stepped on the gas and three goals in seven minutes left the Canaries flapping.'