Norwich City’s woes continued as Bolton ran out 2-0 winners at the Macron Stadium with the Canaries playing very poor.

Norwich dominated the possession, but poor finishing and lacklustre defending cost the Canaries, who suffered a league defeat on the road for the first time since losing 4-0 to Millwall in August.

The game started well for City, with Cameron Jerome and Yanic Wildschut both having early chances.

However, the misses came back to haunt the Canaries, with Gary Madine putting Bolton in front in the 35th minute. The lead would be doubled only 5 minutes later, with Newcastle loanee Adam Armstrong netting to double the Trotters lead.

The second half saw more of the same, Norwich had lots of possession, but rarely threatened the Bolton goal. Daniel Farke’s late changes saw Josh Murphy net a late concellation goal, but it wasn’t to be for Norwich.

The result sees Norwich drop the twelfth in the table, with Bolton remaining in the bottom three.

Here’s how we rated the Norwich team.

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