Norwich City 2, Swansea City 2 - what the nationals said
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The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 2-2 draw at home to Swansea.
Sunday Mirror: 'With Norwich fans venting their anger at the men in yellow and the man in the suit, the home side drew on some special reserves to drag themselves back.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'One win in 15 means Norwich still cannot find enough momentum to climb away from the relegation dogfight . . . they could not kill off Swansea.'
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The Observer: 'Chris Hughton refused to view this draw as a major setback in Norwich's quest to distance themselves from the Premier League relegation fight.'
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The Independent: 'Goals do not come easily to Norwich City but there is something about playing Swansea that reminds them how to do it: in four meetings they have found the net 12 times.'
The Sunday Telegraph: 'The home fans had genuine hopes of ending their four-game winless run before Rangel headed the ball back . . . Moore was on hand to nod in in.'