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Burnley have again dropped points from a winning position in Premier League 2 with Norwich City coming from behind to win the game with two late goals from Abu Kamara.

We had the ball in the net early in the game when Joe McGlynn (pictured) converted a cross from Ne-Jai Tucker only for the goal to be ruled out. But the same pair repeated it on 13 minutes and this time it counted.

After being the better side for the first quarter of the game, it was Norwich who went on to take control, but the league’s highest scorers looked as though they may finish the game without a goal, that was until ten minutes from time.

Kamara equalised from the penalty spot on 80 minutes and the same player scored a second, and Norwich’s winner, in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

The result leaves us without a win in 2012 having drawn the previous two games 1-1 having held the lead in both,

The teams were;

Norwich: Dylan Berry (Joe Rose 85), Josh Giurgi, Lewis Shipley, Christoph Zimmermann (Jaden Warner ht), Jonathan Tomkinson, Liam Gibbs, Regan Riley (Harry Brooke 77), Tony Springett, Flynn Clarke, Abu Kamara, Saxon Earley. Subs not used: Joe Duffy, Shae Hutchinson.

Burnley: Sam Waller, Keelan Williams (Benn Ward 59), Jake Rooney, Harry Williams, Finlay Armstrong (Dan Sassi 67), Ne-Jai Tucker, Mark Helm, Ben Woods, Sean Etaluku, Joe McGlynn, Dara Costelloe. Subs not used: Lewis Thomas, Kade Ratchford.

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