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Parting Shots on Arsenal 1-0 Norwich: Three points amidst unrest

Arsenal looked listless but got the job done against the Canaries on Saturday. Here's what the various outlets had to say about the match.

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Welcome to another edition of Parting Shots, where we aggregate match reports from around the internets. Let's dive right in!

Arsenal 1-0 Norwich City: Recap - The Short Fuse
In the end, Arsenal didn't have much to do and saw the Canaries off to go to third, two points behind Tottenham, who have a game in hand.

Good, Bad and the Ugly: Arsenal v Norwich - The Short Fuse

Well, that was OK. 1-0 to the Arsenal at home. Which is good. Up to 3rd and staying there thanks to a Man City loss. Which is better. Two points behind Tottenham, even. Wow. So why don't I feel better about it?

Arsenal climb to third place as Danny Welbeck goal beats Norwich | Football | The Guardian
Danny Welbeck’s 59th-minute goal secured Arsenal a 1-0 Premier League win over Norwich City to take them to third in the league ahead of Manchester City’s game at Southampton on Sunday

Arsenal 1-0 Norwich: A win, some protests, and the reaction - Arseblog ... an Arsenal blog

Not much to write home about in terms of our performance. Lots of the ball, not much incision. Playing with the handbrake on, to coin a phrase that’s never been used before. Then another handbrake on top just in case. And some chocks under the wheels. And so on.

Arsenal 1-0 Norwich - Match report | Arsenal first team, ladies and academy results and fixtures | |

Danny Welbeck’s well-worked goal proved the difference as Arsenal secured a hard-fought win over Norwich City at Emirates Stadium.

Arsenal vs Norwich City match report: Danny Welbeck strike keeps supporter unrest at bay | Premier League | Sport | The Independent

The victory will not placate the haters but keeps the mood in check for a week at least. For Norwich, the fear intensifies.

Match Report - Arsenal 1 - 0 Norwich | 30 Apr 2016

Danny Welbeck spared Arsene Wenger's blushes as Arsenal deepened Norwich's relegation fears amid fan protests with a 1-0 win at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday.