Norwich City 2, Everton 2 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's draw against Everton.
The Sunday Mirror: 'Norwich were mugged by the man David Moyes has dubbed his 'silent assassin' – and left claiming they were robbed by the ref.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'An enthralling game failed to provide a winner but demonstrated the achievements of Everton manager David Moyes and Norwich boss Paul Lambert.'
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The Observer: 'Holt was a constant threat to the Everton defence and remains the second highest English goalscorer in the Premier League, behind Wayne Rooney.'
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The Sunday Times: 'Norwich demonstrated why they have had such an impressive first season back in the Premier League by responding with intelligent attacking play.'
The People: 'It was no mean feat to breach the Everton defence on two occasions, with David Moyes' men coming into the game on the back of three successive clean sheets.'