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Summary

  1. All the action from Leeds United v Norwich City
  2. Naismith opens the scoring with a cracker from 22 yards out, before Oliveira bags a brace to give Norwich a 3-0 lead
  3. Wood pulls one back for Leeds in first half stoppage time - but they have it all to do
  4. Bartley claims Leeds' second to give them a lifeline, before a stunning Hernandez free kick levels the game

Live Reporting

By Katie Whyatt

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodnight!

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Thanks for joining us on the live blog tonight. 

    It was a six-goal thriller, but it wasn't enough to keep Leeds' fading play off hopes alive. A Nelson Oliveira brace followed a well-taken Steven Naismith goal, and, despite goals from Kyle Bartley, Chris Wood and Pablo Hernandez, Leeds had left themselves with too much to do. 

    We'll be back - for the last time - next Sunday, when Leeds go to Wigan. Until then, enjoy the rest of your weekend. 

  2. KYLE BARTLEY: This season has been a pleasure

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Kyle Bartley

    I think the lads in the dressing room, me included, have to take some resposibility. There's no excuses. We go out there and we've fallen below the standards we've set ourselves at times. 

    My loan finishes next season and I'm a Swansea player until I'm told differently. I haven't had any contact. 

    It's been fantastic - the fans, the manager - and an absolute joy and a pleasure. But I can't say too much - I haven't had any contact from Leeds, so as far as I'm aware and concerned, I'll be going back to Swansea. 

    I always believed, and my main belief was the manager. I said at the start of the season that he was the best manager in the division - and my opinion on that has never differed, and never will. 

    I spoke to the manager through the week and said it's been a privilege to captain such a great club. I feel I've grown as a player and a person - I've helped the young players out, offered a shoulder, and it's been an honour. Everything's here and everything's set: it's on the owners to make sure they step up. We've fallen short and it's for us to take: now the season's finished, it's for them to step up and get the club back where it belongs. 

  3. ALAN IRVINE: We should have taken more chances

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Steven Naismith is an intelligent footballer - he's doing his coaching badges. He's selfless, an intelligent lad and he does his job for the team. I'd like to continue working with him if I was the manager. 

    The fans were great - they had a great first 45 minutes like I had, and a disappointing 45 minutes after, even though we created chances that we should have taken. 

  4. Where do Leeds go from here?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    You start preparing now. Leeds can't leave it late like they did last season - they have an opportunity to sort contracts out now. It's about building blocks, and Leeds can start putting them in place today. 

  5. Noel's reaction to Garry Monk's interview

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    We've not had a season to bring the players and fans together. Then we got this one, of so many highs. So many young players have come through. Monk's protected his players. He's got the right players in with the right character and attitude. 

    I think some of the more experienced players haven't show up at times, actually, for all Monk has said this squad isn't ready. Vieira and Phillips have driven this team forward at times when Hernandez, for instance, has gone missing.  

  6. GARRY MONK: We've connected everything

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Garry Monk

    Like all the players and staff, it's that feeling today of disappointment and hurt. You want it for the fans I'm not a selfish guy. I like doing this job to give it to everyone else - to the players, the fans. 

    At 3-0, I thought it would be an empty stadium. In other years, it might have been. But there's a connection. We're so grateful. I can't thank them enough. It's really appreciated. It's been a special season, even if we couldn't finish it with a special ending. 

    I came here to do exactly what I've done - the objective was to improve the team, connect the club. We've connected everything. We live in a world where we want everything instantly - but good things are built, and they're built over time. That was all that mattered to me. That was the most important part. 

    The bonus bit was having the opportunity to fight for promotion early. 

  7. GARRY MONK: This hurts

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Garry Monk

    They never lie down and die - that's our mentality. As a manager, you want your mentality to come through - and we've gelled it together. This last hurdle - obviously, it's real disappointment. It hurts, and the real dagger in the heart is that Fulham drew, as well. We could have taken it to the last game. 

    The majority of these players are not ready. That's not a criticism - but we'll handle it and deal with it. 

    I have my ideas and a clear way of what we need, and the club will have theirs. It's for us to sit down when the club is ready, and I have to respect the club. I'll have my ideas - I'm very clear with how I work and what's needed to go forward. It's their choice and I'm very much focusing on today. The plan has always been to finish as strong as possible. 

  8. GARRY MONK: This squad were not ready

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Garry Monk

    I'm disappointed with this period, with the last seven or eight games, and I think today's probably typified that. What's been clear from it is there have been so many positives - this team have given so much and given this club so much to be proud of - but this situation, the play offs, has probably come too soon. 

    It's not a criticism - I just think it's clear in this period that we're not quite ready yet. The point of this period is to build those foundations and give them an even better platform going forward. 

    I love these players. I think they're great. I've worked with them and they've given me everything. I wasn't thinking the best thoughts in the world at 3-0 down, but I said to them, "It's easy to react at 3-0 down and give your best - but you'll face this situation again and the plan is to do that from the start." 

    Maybe just this last hurdle, coming so soon - the objective was never to get to the Premier League this season, but the foundations we've put in place will set them up for sure. 

  9. Where do Leeds go now?

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    Katherine Hannah

    BBC West Yorkshire Sport

    Jansson has said before that he was thinking of quitting football totally. It was Leeds who changed his mind. I'd like to think he knows he's loved here and that he loves Leeds, too. 

    I think Roofe has come on leaps and bounds this season. It's hard not to feel gloomy this season, because Leeds have come so close, but if you get that gloominess out of your system, you realise there have been some really key moments. 

  10. Will Jansson stay?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    I think, sometimes, you have to be disciplined with yourself. Jansson's had too many bookings that just weren't necessary. 

    But if you are going to build a squad, you keep hold of your better players. Jansson is a loose cannon but you don't want to take that out of him, to change him. That makes him as a player: we love that aggression. 

    You want players who want to play for this club, and take this club to the next level. 

  11. What about recruitment?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Newcastle had the parachute payments but they bought the players who they knew would get them promoted. And even with the money they've had - it's not always been easy for them. 

    But think about strikers: Sergi Canos, at Brentford. £2 million. What a steal. I'd take him over any Leeds winger, bar Roofe. 

    Hernandez is taking penalties against - I'm assuming - his son. The height difference is a bit... big. You would have thought Hernandez would have gone in goal, but maybe he's trying to rack up his goal tally. 

  12. Where to Leeds go from here?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    The Championship doesn't get easier next year. Look at the teams coming down - and the teams already here will know a little more about the division, know what they'll have to do. 

    Monk has faced criticism but it's also about what the players do - they have to take responsibility when they go over the white line. 

  13. What happens now?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Garry Monk will need a full summer and a financial backing to get things sorted. Andrea Radrizzani was here today and hopefully he'll have seen the players Leeds need to keep, the men in this squad. 

  14. How did O'Kane do?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    O'Kane brought what you'd expect from him: that little bit of extra nous. He was calm on the ball, and the desire to go back to his own goal line at times to clear - that was impressive. 

    The bottom line is the fans are very proud of this team, and they should be - they should really appreciate what Garry Monk has done. It hurts right now, but the pride is there, too. 

  15. How does it feel?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Berardi puts his body on the line and rarely puts a foot wrong. But the bottom line is that Leeds will now look back on a season where there are a few games they could have given more in. Burton - they let that one drift by. Wolves... 

    Norwich are a very good side, so to get a point back is so impressive. But the regrets remain. 

  16. Who stood out for Leeds?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    Leeds are dangerous from set-pieces - but they've shown character again. It could have been four or five were it not for Rob Green keeping his side in. He's made some real world-class saves today despite what's been at stake. His mental strength is incredible. 

    Hernandez has that added bit of quality to change games with one moment of brilliance, and he did that today. He got on the ball, drove past players, tried to make things happen. The long-range goal was a sucker punch but he helped respond. You can't allow a player of Naismith's quality that kind of time and space. 

  17. How did Leeds improve?

    Leeds 3-3 Norwich

    Noel Whelan

    Ex-Leeds United striker

    The scoreline gave Garry Monk something to work with at half time - and I'd still back Chris Wood to increase his goal tally against Wigan. Leeds went for it in the way everyone's been crying out for ages - they were 'at it' with their intensity and desire to close down. 

    If Leeds played every game with the drive they show when they go behind... It just wasn't quite enough, for all it was a magnificent comeback.