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Jodi Hibbard (2019-07-25)

Wearside hosted one of those rare evenings when both sets of supporters departed happy. The thousands of fans who had travelled from Norfolk saw Norwich City lose but still win the First Division title, and Sunderland's biggest league crowd of the season witnessed the home side clinch the first play-off place. No wonder there were Mexican waves all round.
Norwich secured the championship thanks to West Brom's defeat at Stoke City and there were memorable scenes at the final whistle for the fans, players and manager Nigel Worthington.
Worthington was a man embraced many times last night and he emerged soaked in champagne to say: "It means a lot. I'm pleased for myself, for my family; the players have won a medal, the football club has a trophy. We have something to show fußballtrikots kaufen for it all and that's nice. When the good times come you've got to enjoy them."
Those times, he admitted, will begin with lunch today at his expense. The trophy will be presented at a civic reception in Norwich on Monday night.
An ambitious man, Worthington described the championship as his "first big achievement in management. It's something to build on."
For Sunderland there was a mixture of relief and pleasure but they know that relaxation is still weeks away.
By winning their first game in six courtesy of a 45th-minute header from Carl Robinson, on loan from Portsmouth, Sunderland eradicated much of the nervousness that has crept up over the past few weeks.
They deserved to win here after a worrying start when Darren Huckerby threatened to have one of those nights for the visitors. Norwich might have scored twice in the first three minutes through Craig Fleming and Mathias Svensson as Huckerby charged menacingly.
But Sunderland recovered composure and were deserved winners ultimately. Now they can go to Burnley on Sunday without trepidation, though there are undoubtedly difficult days ahead. A draw at Burnley would mean Sunderland are at home in the second leg of the play-off semi-final.
"I'm glad not to be there," Worthington said of the play-offs. "Been there, seen it, done it, lost out."
Mick McCarthy was not in the mood to be concerned, though. "I'm happy; it's an achievement to be in the play-offs. We have come a long way since losing at Forest on the opening day."
After such a bright Norwich opening Sunderland moved the billige Fotballdrakter ball around patiently, with Sean Thornton and John Oster prominent.
It was from a 32nd-minute Thornton free-kick that Sunderland should have gone ahead. Marcus Stewart received the ball and delivered a clever lob into the path of Kevin Kyle, who was unmarked eight yards out but managed to mangle his shot. A few minutes later Kyle almost made amends with a header which was cleared off the line by Marc Edworthy, but when Thornton supplied a beauty of a dead ball on the stroke of half-time Robinson met it at pace and Robert Green had no chance in the Norwich goal.
The second half was more pedestrian. Huckerby had a shot tipped on to the crossbar by Mart Poom but Norwich did not care by then - they were already champions.

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