Date: 26th January 2019 at 8:58pm
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Norwich City and Sheffield United played out a 2-2 draw on Saturday with the result meaning that City keep their three-point gap over the third-placed Blades.

When the first goal went in though, a superb team move that was finished off by Onel Hernandez, former Canary talisman, James Maddison was spurred into life on Twitter.

That was noticed by his Leicester team mate, Sheffield born Harry Maquire who responded as follows.

Maguire came through the youth ranks at Sheffield United, making 166 appearances and scoring 9 goals between 2011-2014. He was their player of the year three consecutive years in a row before moving to Hull City for £2.5m. Maquire has gone on to be an England regular and was a big part of the Lions’ World Cup tilt last summer.

In 2017 he joined Leicester City for a reported £17m, with Madders becoming a Foxe’s teammate last summer.

Maquire’s response brought the offer of a £1000 charity bet between the two based on whichever team finishes the higher after the Championship season’s 46 games.

Maquire took the bet and the winner will choose the charity.

Come on you yellows!

OTBC

 

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