Norwich City's Jeremy Goss completes charity ride

Jeremy Goss at the Olympiastadion, Munich
Image caption Mr Goss and his team of fundraisers visited stadiums in the Netherlands, Germany and Italy

An ex-Norwich City player has completed a 1,300-mile (2,000km) charity cycle ride which took him to the scene of the club's most famous goal.

Jeremy Goss visited Munich's Olympiastadion, where he scored a match-winning volley in 1993, en-route to Milan on Saturday.

His ride took him to each of the European clubs in the Canaries' 1993-94 UEFA Cup run.

Mr Goss raised more than £11,000 during the 11-day ride.

The 46-year-old said he "relived some fond memories" as he rode into the German stadium, where his wonder-goal helped secure a 1-2 victory for Norwich against European giants Bayern Munich.

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