Hull City 2-1 Norwich: Struggles continue for Norwich in loss at Hull

Photo Credit: AP

On Saturday, Norwich City suffer an away defeat to Hull City at Mkm Stadium. With both teams drawing in their previous fixtures, they were keen to pick up points. Hull City wanted to continue adding points after a scoreless draw against Preston North End in their previous match while Norwich are struggling for form following a draw in their last match. As things stand, Hull City are in 1st place, with 7 points from 3 matches, while Norwich sit in 23rd, with 1 point from 3.

Hull City started strong and were rewarded for their efforts, when Oscar Estupinan found the net just before halftime

Hull City continued to pile on the pressure in the second and were rewarded, when Oscar Estupinan found the net again, at 62 minutes. Norwich in turn, then responded, 72 minutes in increasing their lead with an effort from Marcelino Nunez and saw the match end 2-1.

Substitutions for Hull City included Andy Cannon, Vaughn Covil and Randell Williams for Benjamin Tetteh, Oscar Estupinan and Ozan Tufan, repectively. Norwich brought on Liam Gibbs, Josh Sargent, Aaron Ramsey and Onel Hernandez for Jakob Lungi Sorensen, Milot Rashica, Todd Cantwell and Kieran Dowell.

There were bookings for Allahyar Sayyad from Hull City. For Norwich, Andrew Omobamidele saw yellow.

Hull City will next travel to Burnley, while Norwich will face Huddersfield Town at home.

Technical card:
Hull City:Matt Ingram, Allahyar Sayyad, Benjamin Tetteh (Andy Cannon, min.63), Lewie Coyle, Oscar Estupinan (Vaughn Covil, min.77), Regan Slater, Ozan Tufan (Randell Williams, min.80), Tobias Figueiredo, Alfie Jones, Jacob Greaves and Callum Elder
Norwich City:Tim Krul, Jakob Lungi Sorensen (Liam Gibbs, min.57), Marcelino Nunez, Max Aarons, Teemu Pukki, Kenny McLean, Todd Cantwell (Aaron Ramsey, min.68), Kieran Dowell (Onel Hernandez, min.68), Milot Rashica (Josh Sargent, min.58), Grant Hanley and Andrew Omobamidele
Stadium:Mkm Stadium
Goals:Oscar Estupinan (1-0, min. 43), Oscar Estupinan (2-0, min. 62) and Marcelino Nunez (2-1, min. 72)