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Live Reporting

James Law and Matt Newsum

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  1. That's a wrap

    Seventy-two teams, 36 matches, two incredible finishes.

    This afternoon will live long in the memory for the fans of Leeds United and Norwich City, of that I have no doubt.

    Thanks for joining us, we're off for a lie down!

  2. Catch up with the action


    If you're joining us late and still trying to take in everything you might've missed earlier in the day, I'd suggest popping over to our Championship page by clicking here.

    There, you can read developing match reports on all 12 of today's fixtures.

  3. 'It’s been an outstanding day'

    FT: Norwich 3-3 Nott'm Forest

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    Norwich boss Daniel Farke is his customary calm and cool self, even after seeing his side battle back to a 3-3 draw against Nottingham Forest.

    He told TV reporters: “It’s outstanding. We had to fight against so many setbacks.

    "We were by far the better team in the first-half. We should have had a penalty in the second-half with the handball.

    "It looked like it was going to be one of those days at 0-3. But the point is huge for us. It’s been an outstanding day, especially for our fans."

  4. Post update

    FT: Sunderland 1-0 Bradford

    Not only was Sunderland's win over Bradford the biggest attended game in the EFL this season, but it was also the third-highest crowd in English football this season.

    Unbelievable support for a club that finds itself in the third tier.

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  5. 'We dominated the first half'

    FT: Middlesbrough 0-1 Sheff Wed

    He might not be in the job for much longer with talk of a permanent appointment coming to Hillsborough in the near future, but Sheffield Wednesday caretaker boss Lee Bullen can savour the feeling of victory tonight.

    The Scot guided the Owls to a 1-0 win at promotion hopefuls Middlesbrough, with the winner coming from ex-Boro winger Adam Reach.

    "Boro put us under a lot of pressure," Bullen said in his press conference. "But we dominated the first half and deservedly got the goal."

  6. Post update

    FT: Norwich 3-3 Nottingham Forest

    Elsewhere in the world of Twitter, England seamer and Nottingham Forest fan Stuart Broad doesn't seem particularly impressed with how things panned out at Carrow Road...

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  7. How it stands at the bottom...

    Bottom six

    Bolton were the big winners at the other end of the table, with their win against Rotherham moving them above Reading and dragging the Millers further into trouble.

    It was also a huge win for Millwall, who beat the Royals.

  8. How it stands at the top...

    Top six

    As the clock ticked past 90 minutes in the games at Elland Road and Carrow Road, the Championship's top two were both losing and this league table was looking rather different.

    As it happens, in the cold light of day Leeds are now three points clear of second-placed Norwich despite all the late heroics from both teams.

    Sheffield United's win over Derby moves them up to fourth, while West Brom remain third.

  9. 'We managed to throw it away'

    FT: Leeds 3-2 Blackburn

    He was on the wrong end of the scoreline at Elland Road today, and as you might have guessed, the Blackburn Rovers boss Tony Mowbray was disappointed.

    His side were 2-1 up after Charlie Mulgrew's free-kick with the clock in the red, but Leeds fought back to win a remarkable game 3-2.

    "We worked extraordinarily hard today," Mowbray told the television reporters after the game.

    "Leeds are a great team but we managed to throw it away in added-time. But there are so many positives to take.”

  10. League Two full-time headlines


    • Top three Lincoln, MK Dons and Colchester ALL lose - to Crewe, Cheltenham and Stevenage respectively.
    • Carlisle thrash Oldham 6-0 to close on play-off places, Forest Green win 4-1 at 10-man Newport.
    • Sol Campbell's Macclesfield off bottom after 2-1 triumph at Notts County.
  11. League One full-time headlines


    • Sunderland beat Bradford thanks to Aiden McGeady's first-half goal, a match played out in front of 46,000 fans at the Stadium of Light - the biggest third-tier crowd since 1979.
    • Luton won 2-0 at Scunthorpe to close the gap on leaders Portsmouth to one point, but Charlton slipped up at Coventry.
    • Barnsley beat Peterborough in a game between the teams in fifth and sixth.
  12. Championship full-time headlines


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    • Leeds' Kemar Roofe scores two stoppage-time goals as the Championship leaders come from behind to beat Blackburn 3-2.
    • Second-placed Norwich come from three goals down to draw 3-3 with Nottingham Forest - Onel Hernandez scoring a 98th-minute equaliser.
    • Middlesbrough were beaten by managerless Sheffield Wednesday, Aston Villa edged to victory at Swansea and Sheffield United won 3-1 against Derby.
  13. Post update


    Well, well. What an absolutely mind-boggling afternoon of football. Yep, MIND-BOGGLING.

    Where do we even start?!

    I tell you what, give us a second to compose ourselves, and we'll go about summing it all up for you.

    Reaction to come. Phew.


    Norwich 3-3 Nott'm Forest

    How on earth do you explain that?!

    Norwich maintain their unbeaten run stretching back to October in the Championship, with a thumping comeback against Nottingham Forest.

    The Reds led 3-0 thanks to goals from Matty Cash - who got two - and Jack Robinson... but with the game seemingly gone, Daniel Farke's side found a way to respond.

    Mario Vrancic and two goals from Onel Hernandez earn them an unlikely point. Blooming hell indeed.


    Bolton 2-1 Rotherham

    Bolton move to within a point of safety - and opponents Rotherham - with a massive victory.

    Sammy Ameobi and Gary O'Neil scoring either side of Will Vaulks' goal.

  16. GOAL: Norwich 3-3 Nott'm Forest

    Onel Hernandez (90+8 mins)

    I don't bloomin' believe it?!?!?!??

    Onel Hernandez was picked out on the right of the box, somehow squeezed it over Costel Pantilimon with a deflection.



    West Brom 2-0 Wigan

    Two goals for Jay Rodriguez see West Brom to a promotion-boosting victory against Wigan.

    One-way traffic...

  18. GOAL: Norwich 2-3 Nott'm Forest

    Onel Hernandez (90+4 mins)

    Into SEVEN minutes of injury time and Norwich desperate to follow in Leeds footsteps and launch a late offensive.

    Onel Hernandez drilled a cross which went in, dubious defence there perhaps... 3-2 now.