Norwich’s abysmal 3-0 defeat at Carrow Road in Saturday’s early kick off completed a hat-trick of defeats to all of their relegation rivals.
While City had the majority of the ball in the early stages, they failed to make anything of note happen. And that tone continued for the rest of the game, as Alex Neil’s side completely lacked any confidence or skill to create anything in front of goal.
Sunderland looked just as poor as their relegation counterparts, but showed just enough quality on the counter attack to punish Norwich and condemn them to a now likely relegation back to the Championship.
The clappers returned to Carrow Road today, but most of them ended up on the pitch by the end of the game.
The day started with optimism for the Canaries fans.
Borini had the first major chance of the game, firing just past the post.
The first controversy of the game as Brady sent Yedlin tumbling into an advertising board. Queue the handbags from the benches.
Mbokani battled with the Sunderland defence all afternoon, and they largely kept him quiet.
The moment Wisdom gave away the penalty late in the first half.
Borini converted from the spot, giving Ruddy no chance.
He was given some clappers to play with from the crowd. Must take guts to confront the family area.
Defoe made it two just after the break. Spending money on quality players pays off.
Norwich huffed and puffed, but failed to make anything happen.
Delia looks on concerned.
Watmore ended the game in injury time, starting a mass exodus of home fans.
A fan shows off stealing a sheet of paper. Hooliganism is well and truly back.
Sunderland fans making plenty of noise, possibly in disbelief of what they had witnessed.
Kaboul thanks the traveling fans, as Norwich players walk off with their tails between their legs.