England Recap: Sargent goes 90 for Norwich

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Josh Sargent went the distance for Norwich in their loss to Everton while Antonee Robinson got an assist as Fulham earned a point in Championship Action.

Everton 2 – 0 Norwich City

Norwich City forward Josh Sargent started and went the distance in their away loss to Everton.

Sargent had a few chances in the game, but nothing concrete enough to beat Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford.

The opening goal came from veteran player Andros Townswend through a 29th minute penalty kick. Norwich kept it close, however the lead was doubled through Abdoulaye Doucoure in the 77th minute.

Sargent will hope to continue to start up top as the Canaries try to right the ship when they travel to Burnley next Saturday.

Bristol City 1 – 1 Fulham

Tim Ream and Antonee Robinson were back on the field to help Fulham secure a vital away point in their conquest to regain promotion to the Premier League. The draw puts them in fourth place in the Championship.

Robinson was the key man who was able to find Aleksander Mitrovic in the box for the 50th minute opener. 

Kasey Palmer clawed back a point for the Robins with the 79th minute equalizer. Robinson and Mitrovic almost won it at the death, but the forward’s header clattered off the bar.

Up next for Fulham is a home match against Swansea on Saturday.


Chelsea’s Christian Pulisic is still out injured, and did not feature in their 1-0 home loss to title rivals Manchester City. Zack Steffen was not on the bench for the encounter.

Folarin Balogun not on the bench for Arsenal in their 3-1 home win over Tottenham. Brighton are the next Premier League opposition for Arsenal, next Saturday.

Matthew Olosunde did not feature for Preston North End in their 0-0 draw away at Birmingham City.

Ethan Horvath was on the bench for Nottingham Forest’s 1-1 home tie to Millwall. 

Duane Holmes played the final 26 minutes for Huddersfield in their 1-0 loss to Swansea City.

Lynden Gooch failed to make the game day roster for the second straight game for Sunderland, who won 1-0 over Bolton.


Andrew Vorce

I do it all! Youth club coach for 15+ years, very retired semi-pro indoor player, journalist for Yanks Abroad, and VP of Operations for the Warrior Soccer Tour. Soccer, soccer, soccer. Avid soccer enthusiast and travel to Europe every summer to take kids to go compete against European youth teams.

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