Norwich City fans react to fun of an emotional 4-0 victory over QPR on the final day of the campaign

Alex Pritchard of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's second goal during the Sky Bet Championship

Alex Pritchard of Norwich celebrates scoring his side's second goal during the Sky Bet Championship match at Carrow Road, Norwich. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Norwich City fans have been enjoying a fun final day of the season, with long-serving goalkeeper playing his final match in a 4-0 win over QPR at Carrow Road which saw Wes Hoolahan score twice and set up the other two goals.

Ahead of kick-off Hoolahan won the Barry Butler Memorial Trophy for the first time in his nine seasons at Carrow Road, holding off the challenge of runner-up Jonny Howson and third-placed Ivo Pinto in the public vote.

The Irishman then continued his celebratory day, when there was nothing to play for but mid-table positions for either side, by opening the scoring in the 22nd minute.

The playmaker cut on to his left foot on the edge of the box and lashed a low shot into the bottom-right corner, with the help of a very slight deflection off the thigh of QPR defender Nedum Onuoha, which Alex Smithies couldn't keep out.

Hoolahan then teed up Alex Pritchard to volley home for 2-0 in the 60th minute and claimed a second assist when putting Josh Murphy through to lash home for 3-0 from close range.

An excellent day was then topped off for the 34-year-old when Cameron Jerome unselfishly cut back to allow him to fire home the fourth from near the penalty spot in added time.

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The match was followed by a 'lap of appreciation' to allow the City squad to thank fans for their support.

Read some of the reaction above and see the links below for more.

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