Remember these? Ten of Norwich City’s most memorable games in the top flight

Alex Tettey prepares to celebrate his Norwich City match-winner at Manchester United. Picture by Pa

Alex Tettey prepares to celebrate his Norwich City match-winner at Manchester United. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

As Norwich City celebrate their 1,000th match in the top tier, we look back at their 10 most memorable games.

April 24, 1973: Norwich City 2 Crystal Palace 1 - Attendance- 36,688.

Having clinched promotion to the top flight for the first time in their history City all but ensure they stay there with a dramatic victory over Palace, secured by a late header from Dave Stringer. Colin Suggett scored the other Norwich goal.

April 17, 1976: Norwich City 3 QPR 2 - Attendance- 30,895.

A match that sums up an exciting era under John Bond as the Canaries turn on the style to condemn Rangers to a defeat that ultimately cost them the title. Peter Morris' late pile-driver - his only goal for the club - settled a thrilling contest after earlier Norwich goals from Ted MacDougall and Phil Boyer.

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April 23, 1983: Liverpool 0 Norwich City 2 - Attendance -37,022.

Liverpool were closing in another title when they welcomed the Canaries to Anfield. Bob Paisley's side still went on to clinch the silverware, but not before a shock home defeat against a side who were battling against the drop but went on to to survive with something to spare after this memorable success. A Martin O'Neil goal and a MArk Lawrenson own goal proved decisive.

January 22, 1989: Millwall 2 Norwich City 3 - Attendance- 13,087.

One of City's first appearances in front of the live television cameras was a memorable one, with an acrobatic late volley from Robert Fleck securing a thrilling win, Defenders Mark Bowen and Ian Butterworth also scored, but the real hero for City was keeper Bryan Gunn, who turned in an inspired display between the sticks.

Augsut 19, 1992: Arsenal 2 Norwich City 4 - Attendance- 24,030.

Norwich mark the advent of the Premier League era in brilliant fashion as they recover from a 2-0 half-time deficit to win 4-2 at Highbury. Mark Robins marks his debut by scoring twice while David Phillips and Ruel Fox also getting in on the act.

August 21, 1993: Leeds Utd 0 Norwich City 4 - Attendance- 32,008.

Mike Walker's City are simply irresistible as they brush Leeds aside with some quite brilliant football, summed up by a stunning volley by Jeremy Goss which followed a slick passing move from the back. Ruel Fox (2) and Chris Sutton are also on target.

September 25, 1993: Everton 1 Norwich City 5 - Attendance- 20,531.

A little over a month later City are at it again as they record another eye-catching win, This time the star of the show is Efan Ekoku who becomes one of the few Norwich players to score four times in one game. Chris Sutton gets the another one.

January 22, 2005: Norwich City 4 Middlesbrough 4 - Attendance- 24, 547.

The only match on our list not to end in a Norwich win - but this certainly felt like one. The Canaries look down at out as they trail 4-1 with just 10 minutes remaining - and 4-2 in the 89th minute. But then Leon McKenzie further reduces the arrears before Adam Drury heads home in injury-time to complete a famous comeback.

April 9, 2012: Tottenham Hotspur 1 Norwich City 2 - Attendance- 36,126.

Paul Lambert's one Premier League campaign at Norwich provided plenty of highlights, none more thrilling than City's win at White Hart Lane. The victory was secured by a magnificent long-range strike from Elliott Bennett after Jermain Defoe had cancelled out Anthony Pilkington's opener.

December 19, 2015: Manchester Utd 1 Norwich City 2 - Attendance- 75,320.

There have been plenty of highlights for Norwich fans since Alex Neil took over as manager this time last year - and the recent win at Old Trafford is right up there with the best of them. Goals from Cameron Jerome and Alex Tettey stun the home faithful - who are not used to see the ball going in the net at either end - and despite Anthony Martial pulling one back City hold out f