Where does Angus Gunn’s brilliant save at Bristol rank in City’s all-time best saves?

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke, Josh Murphy and Angus Gunn embrace at full time following a su

Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke, Josh Murphy and Angus Gunn embrace at full time following a superb 1-0 win over Bristol City at Ashton Gate. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Angus Gunn's fantastic victory-saving stop at Bristol City has had Norwich City supporters talking about where his effort ranks in the club's all-time best saves.

With the help of nominations from Canaries fans on Twitter we've whittled down a shortlist of memorable saves from Canaries keepers – but we remain open to suggestions. Leave a comment below should you feel we're missing an important save.

We've also gathered as much video footage of the nominated saves as we could find online, to help you make your decision, which can be viewed below.

Gunn's injury-time denial of Josh Brownhill at Ashton Gate impressed his father Bryan, with he Canaries legend also featuring twice on our list.

MORE: 'It's that last sinew of effort' – Legend Gunn on THAT save by his son Angus

It was a fantastic save but was Fraser Forster's more important in 2010, helping to seal promotion to the Championship in a 1-0 win at Charlton?

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Or how about Gunn senior at the Olympic Stadium in 1993, to make sure Mike Walker's City side held on to their famous 2-1 win over Bayern Munich?

All the saves on our list have brought back good memories and Gunn junior has entered those realms – having also kept a club-record five consecutive clean sheets earlier this season.

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