Video report: Norwich City 0 Manchester United 1 – including reaction from Chris Hughton and David Moyes

Michael Carrick lets Wes Hoolahan know how he feels during Manchester United's win at Norwich City on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Michael Carrick lets Wes Hoolahan know how he feels during Manchester United's win at Norwich City on Saturday. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Monday, December 30, 2013
3:59 PM

Michael Bailey reports from Carrow Road as the Canaries lose their second home game of the festive period against the improving Premier League champions.

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Substitute Danny Welbeck’s second-half goal didn’t tell the full story of the game – but did ensure Manchester United continued their good form, while the Canaries’ stuttering season left them looking over their shoulder at the relegation zone.

United boss David Moyes and Norwich City manager Chris Hughton also give their verdicts on the result.

To give your three-word verdict on Norwich City’s defeat to Manchester United, tweet either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV with the hashtag #3upfront

See what the panel thought would happen before Saturday’s game, with the latest edition of Pundits Predict

6 comments

  • Norfolky turnip people! The best "baring None" supporters in the land and i dont support any manager, managers come and go, as do players, im a football fan! and a Norwich city Football club fan! at that, so i will support my team in the good and the bad days. OTBC, come on all you many thousands of Norwich supporters, get behind your team at the carra and stop being devided. CTID

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    Chuncky993

    Monday, December 30, 2013

  • yes i know i support the other team up the road and yes all you lot hate us or how ever it goes but would like to ask seriuos question what if norwich loose to palace ?coz the talkn is about houghton isnt good enough

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    born a tractor boy

    Tuesday, December 31, 2013

  • Its not the lack of determination of team or manager again its the tactics, One nil down attack is the answer and not in the final minutes, The substitutions were far too late, What is needed is a response after going behind,

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    FIGGIS

    Sunday, December 29, 2013

  • Serinus, being ridiculously unlucky and losing does not save you from relegation. Being ridiculous and losing at home to Fulham suggests relegation. losing at home to a non league team guarantees ridicule. Give me three facts as evidence of your view of our current manager please?

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    waclor

    Tuesday, December 31, 2013

  • City dominated United today and were ridiculously unlucky to lose. We had the right team out (and wasn't Hoolahan just wonderful?);the right tactics; the right level of commitment. Squeaky people - Hughton is an excellent manager and I still await a sensible suggestion as to who would be more gainfully employed as our boss. Those who suggest Malkay - are you serious? He has had a great deal of money to spend in recent times and sent the most deadly, boring team to Carrow Road this season. Be careful what you wish for Norfolky turnip people. It might be painful for you, but try to think it through.

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    serinus mozambicus

    Sunday, December 29, 2013

  • yes i know i support the other team up the road and yes all you lot hate us or how ever it goes but would like to ask seriuos question what if norwich loose to palace ?coz the talkn is about houghton isnt good enough

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    born a tractor boy

    Tuesday, December 31, 2013

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