Date: 28th November 2018 at 7:52am
Written by:
Hull City
0 – 0
Norwich City

KCOM Stadium

Sky Bet Championship

27/11/2018 7:45 pm

Attendance: 11420

Referee: G. Eltringham

Hull City Norwich City
0 0
Marshall Krul
Kane Aarons
Elphick Zimmermann
Burke Klose
Lichaj Lewis
Bowen Tettey (c)
Henriksen (c) Trybull 73’
Stewart Buendia
Grosicki Stiepermann 86’
Irvine Hernandez 76’
Martin Pukki


Mazuch McGovern
De Wijs Godfrey
Long Marshall
Keane Vrancic 73’
Fleming Rhodes
Sheaf Srbeny 86’
McKenzie Cantwell 76’

Game Statistics

14 Goal attempts 18
4 On Target 4
4 Corners 7
9 Fouls 8
0 Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
34 % 66

I’ve always said that any point gained away from home is a good point and I stand by that after watching Norwich and Hull play out a rather drab 0-0 draw last night.

The second long haul away trip for the Canaries in four days meant that, at least to my eyes, we looked a little jaded in some areas of the pitch.

The loss of Moritz Leitner through a calf injury meant that Daniel Farke had a selection decision to make, although I don’t think it was that hard for him.

Tom Trybull had shown last season that he has a good understanding with Alex Tettey and that clearly made up Farke’s mind.

Other than that one change, Norwich looked a little tired at times and although Emi Buendia caught the eye, Teemu Pukki and Onel Hernandez both looked slightly jaded.

Fair play to The Tigers though, they sit in 23rd place and were not going to roll over easily. They were compact, hard working and disciplined, this was a good point for them too.

Add to that the horrible weather conditions and you’ve got a recipe for anything other than a great game of football.

Rotherham on Saturday will also be keen not to lose, so expect another tough match then.



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