Henry Winter for The Telegraph:
Norwich City deservedly reached the Premier League because they played like a Premier League team, being more composed, organised and clinical than Middlesbrough. On the ball, City, and on the way to the Premier League.
Norwich went for the jugular from the first whistle, scoring through the outstanding pair of Cameron Jerome and Nathan Redmond within 15 minutes, and they never looked like surrendering the lead. Their midfield was terrific, especially the likes of Alex Tettey, who simply refused to let Boro build up any moves of real substance. Their defence gave Patrick Bamford no room.