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Liverpool took another step towards a first league title since 1990 after winning 3-2 at Norwich City Sunday to pull five points clear in the Premier League.Sterling collected the ball 30 yards from goal, shifted it inside Bradley Johnson, and then unleashed a 25-yard drive that flew inside the left-hand post via a slight deflection off Michael Turner.Norwich began to assert themselves, however, and nine minutes into the second half they pulled a goal back. Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet met Steven Whittaker's deep cross with a weak punch that bounced off Martin Skrtel and into the path of Hooper, who tapped into the unguarded goal. Momentarily Liverpool looked vulnerable, but in the 62nd minute Sterling restored their two-goal advantage.
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