Premier League table took a different shape as Manchester city confirmed their ability to defend the tittle after beating rivals Chelsea one goal to move 13 points clear.
In another twist at Carrow road, Norwich football club on their home soil crushed Everton in a 2-1 thriller keeping alive chances to remain relevant in the Premier League as they try to survive ralagation line.
Idah found back of the net to put Norwich football club ahead before Manchester United former center back Michael Kean netted an own goal to double the lead at Carrow road.
Brazilian star Richlison threatened for a come back after connecting a bycle kick to make it 2-1 in the second half though the toffees did not manage to break the solid defense to add more goals.
According to reports, Manchester United player who plays for Norwich city on loan basis Brandon Williams saw this result coming. Idah who sealed Norwich's lead reveals how Brandon prophesied to results just minutes before jumping into this throat cut competition.
While in the dressing room before the match, Brandon moved to Idah and told him that he would give him an assist in the Brandon actualised his words Idah's goal came from him.
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