Dean Smith’s side fell short of his first team’s defeat with Burnley’s 2-1 win against Watford meaning the Canaries have fallen to the championship.
Norwich City have been relegated from the Premier League after their 2-0 win at Aston Villa.
Dean Smith’s side have fallen to defeat in his first team which with Burnley’s 2-1 win over Watford means the Canaries have fallen to the championship.
Norwich knew it would take a long time to remain in top England football heading into today’s game but the defeat was formalized as it was confirmed they would play championship football in the next season.
Ollie Watkins took Steven Gerrard’s lead before the halfway point, before Villa scored three points in the standings. by Emi Buendia Danny Ings at halftime to secure three points.
Burnley’s transition sealed their end, but they came from behind against Watford to secure a 2-1 win at Vicarage Road.
James Tarkowski’s own goal put the Hornets ahead in the first half before Jack Cork and Josh Brownhill found an old pair to turn the game on their heads and gave Burnley three major points.
The dismissal of Sean Dyche at an earlier stage of the season has been thoroughly investigated but the Clarets continue to be reinstated under temporary management. of Mike Jackson.
Burnley are now five points from safety as they jump Leeds United on the table that will win champions Manchester City on Saturday evening at Elland Road.
Watford, on the other hand, have a hard time joining Norwich in the championship after falling to Burnley as they sit on 22 points with four games remaining.
The result is a terrible story for Everton also who are handcuffed behind safety, but there is a game on Burnley. The Toffees host Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.