Norwich lost 1-0 in Wales as the Canaries extended their winless run to ten matches.
Gylfi Sigurdsson’s goal was enough to secure all three points for the Swans and make it back-to-back wins following their surprising 2-1 win over Arsenal on Wednesday.
Norwich on the other hand weren’t good enough and didn’t offer the attacking threat required to win the game as has been the case throughout a very disappointing campaign this season.
Canary fans were understandably furious after having seen their side lose yet another game without putting up a fight. But, Norwich still have nine games left to save their season and with massive games against relegation rivals Newcastle and Sunderland at home still to play, City’s fate is very much in their own hands.
But with a very tricky home game against Manchester City next weekend, Norwich fans will fear that it could get worse before it gets better for Norwich City.
Here’s how Twitter reacted to the defeat.
Twitter: Saw plenty of positives in the recent defeats but sitting in a car for 12 hrs today to witness that was demoralising. Offered nothing #ncfc (@meds89)
Twitter: Imagine letting down over 2000 fans who have travelled for 10 hours or so today and many others not at the game and not giving a f*** #ncfc (@AaronNcfcTye)
Twitter: @Paul_wright30 I’ve seen heart in recent performances, today was back to the dark old days, losing mentality is all to familiar at #NCFC (@dapboy)
Twitter: More #ncfc misery today. Totally lacking in both boxes. Beat Sunderland and Newcastle and we have chance. Otherwise, hello Championship. (@Nick_Sellers)
Twitter: I think the problem is that we’re just not good enough. Even Swansea look on another level to us #ncfc (@GowerNCFC)
Twitter: Strangely our fate is still in our own hands, not that means a lot when you’re not winning #ncfc (@AntonyBeales)
Twitter: Every time we are in the Premier League we make the same mistakes – either not enough investment or too late in the season #ncfc (@alex_sutton85)
Twitter: I’m yelling timber, we’re going down, down, down #ncfc (@amancalledorse)