Norwich City were beaten 2-1 by Bolton on Saturday as they lost a fourth straight game

The Canaries travelled to Bolton having won their last four games on the road, but were left frustrated by their poor finishing.

Daniel Farke’s men dominated the game, failing to make their chances count before being hit by two goals in five minutes by Bolton.

Cameron Jerome missed a gilt-edged chance to take the lead when he dragged wide from 12-yards out in acres of space.

Gary Madine then opened the scoring for Bolton as he diverted a low cross into the box into the bottom corner.

Minutes later and on-loan Newcastle striker Adam Armstrong bent a shot into the top corner from the edge of the box to double their advantage.

Josh Murphy came off the bench and pulled a goal back late on, although it was not enough to secure any points.

Here are four things we learned from the loss…

 

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