Norwich City refused to be beaten by Sunderland on Tuesday night as they scored an 89th-minute equaliser to draw 1-1 with the relegation-threatened side.
City head coach Daniel Farke opted to start the same team who lost 4-1 to QPR last week, changing the side after a 3-1 win against Aston Villa on Saturday.
James Husband and Nelson Oliveira were both recalled in place of Jamal Lewis and Dennis Srbeny, who were arguably two of the best players on the pitch against Villa.
Sunderland made the game a scrappy affair and should have been ahead at the break. Aiden McGeady struck the post from the penalty spot after Grant Hanley hauled Ashley Fletcher over in the box.
The hosts did take the lead midway through the second-half, though, as George Honeymoon converted from close range after McGeady’s shot rebounded to him.
Ivo Pinto salvaged a point for Norwich when he calmly slotted the ball in from 12-yards in the 89th minute.
Here are four things we learned from the match…