Norwich and Sunderland fined by FA for failing to control players

Norwich and Sunderland players and staff clash
The clash between players and coaches from both sides occurred in the fourth minute of the match

Norwich City and Sunderland have each been fined £30,000 by the Football Association for failing to control their players during the Premier League match between the sides on 16 April.

Players and coaching staff from both teams clashed on the touchline early in the game at Carrow Road.

Norwich contested the charge, while Sunderland accepted it, but it was found proven against both teams.

Sunderland won the game 3-0 to boost their top-flight survival hopes.

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