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Wes Hoolahan will want to save goals like this one for when the season actually starts

What a finish.

Hoolahan scored as Norwich saw off Championship opposition.
Hoolahan scored as Norwich saw off Championship opposition.
Image: EMPICS Sport

NORWICH CITY COMPLETED their preparations for the new Premier League season with a 2-1 victory over Brentford at Carrow Road.

After completing his £7 million move from Hull City, Ireland international Robbie Brady made his debut for the Canaries but it was Wes Hoolahan who stole the show with a delicious finish.

Hoolahan has said he is relishing the opportunity to ply his trade in the top-flight again and if he can produce goals like this when the campaign gets under-way, he’ll make a major impression.

After latching onto a through-ball, the Dubliner composed himself but delicately lifting the ball over the goalkeeper to set Alex Neil’s side on the way to an encouraging win.

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Speaking after the game, Hoolahan heaped praise on his new club team-mate.

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“He’s got a fantastic delivery and is very comfortable on the ball whether he plays left-back or left-midfield,” he said of Brady.

“I’m sure he’ll be a great addition to the squad. In training, you can see the quality the new players have brought.

“The Premier League is tough, but we’re confident in giving a good account of ourselves.”

Norwich kick off their season against Crystal Palace at Carrow Road next Saturday at 3pm.

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