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Christian Fassnacht on David Wagner pressure and Cardiff win

Norwich City managed to pull off a 3-2 victory against Cardiff after trailing in the final eight minutes of the match. This win was particularly significant following four consecutive defeats, and it required the team to dig deep in order to turn the game around. Fassnacht, a former player under Norwich manager David Wagner at Young Boys, believes that this victory indicates that the team is capable of performing at a higher level than they have shown in recent weeks. He stressed that the pressure on the team should not be solely placed on the manager, but rather shared among the players and staff.

Fassnacht expressed his belief that the team has the potential to perform better, despite the recent difficult matches and mistakes made. The win against Cardiff displayed their resilience and character, and Fassnacht hopes that the team can take confidence from this result and use it as a springboard for future success. While he acknowledged that one victory does not solve all their problems, he believes that the win can provide positive energy as they move forward, especially as they look to back up this result after the international break.

The victory against Cardiff was particularly special for Fassnacht, as it coincided with his 30th birthday. He emphasized the importance of the win, noting that it was a tough game with highs and lows, but ultimately the team stuck together and remained positive. The win has given them a sense of achievement and happiness, and Fassnacht hopes that it will serve as a turning point for the team as they look to build on this success and improve their performance in future matches.

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