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‘The reaction at the end said it all’ – Canaries fans sum up their feelings as Stoke dig in

PUBLISHED: 22:45 06 October 2018 | UPDATED: 22:45 06 October 2018

Norwich City playmaker Moritz Leitner is sent to the floor by Stoke's James McClean at Carrow Road.
Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Norwich City playmaker Moritz Leitner is sent to the floor by Stoke's James McClean at Carrow Road. Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Paul Chesterton

Norwich City fans react to their side’s first defeat in nine games, as Stoke pinch victory at Carrow Road.








Timm Klose’s own goal in the first half settled matters, despite Daniel Farke’s Canaries huffing and puffing throughout the 90 minutes.

It was City’s first defeat since a 3-0 reverse at home to Leeds in August. Meanwhile, victory was Stoke’s first on the road this season.

REPORT: Norwich City 0-1 Stoke – Canaries’ unbeaten run ended by Gary Rowett’s Potters

The defeat left City slipping to eighth in the division, although still well placed a quarter of the way into the season.

As for Stoke, they moved within two points of the Canaries – sitting 16th.

Catch up with all the post-match reaction and analysis in our Matchday Live blog

The second international break of the season followed the weekend’s action. On their Saturday, October 20 (3pm) return, City head to Nottingham Forest before a Tuesday night visit from Aston Villa (7.45pm).

The high flying Bees of Brentford then follow at Carrow Road four days later.








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