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Daniel Farke: We need to focus and concentrate

26 November 2018

Daniel Farke said his players need to “stay greedy and hungry in order to score goals” as City look to carry on their winning run.

The Canaries have scored four goals in their last three Sky Bet Championship games, and will be looking to pick up another three points in Tuesday’s away match against Hull City.

Farke said: “We like to be pretty strong in our offense, so in three consecutive games to score four goals is outstanding.

“We were speaking a lot last season about how hard we had to work to score goals and at the moment we are scoring a lot, I think the second most goals in the league.

“When you are able to score so many tap-in goals it’s a sign of some quality work in the build-up and the possession, and I would like it if we can go on like this.”

Goals were the main talking point last time City played Hull away, with Norwich losing despite James Maddison scoring a hat-trick. And the City boss believes Tuesday's game will be just as tough.

“We have to keep in mind that just 18 months ago they [Hull City] were playing in the Premier League and they started as one of the big favourites for the title last season,” said Farke.

“They have many threats in the offense, [Kamil] Grosicki is a really good player, a few years ago half of Europe were chasing him, [Jarrod] Bowen is a good player as well.

“When you watch their last two games, they conceded five goals overall against Birmingham and Nottingham, although a draw against Birmingham is not a bad result.

“In the six games before they were either keeping a clean sheet or conceding just the one goal and they beat West Brom 1-0, so it’s a tough place to go.”

Farke said he wants his players to be fully focused on the challenge ahead, and take each game as it comes.

“We want to take it game by game, we need to focus and concentrate, I’m not thinking about the other games,” he said.

“The next few games will be a bit different. Hull are a side where several really good teams have gone and struggled.”

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City held to a goalless draw at Hull

27 November 2018

Norwich City were held to a draw at Hull’s KCOM Stadium on a wet and windy evening, despite dominating possession throughout the game.

Both sides battled to take the lead in the first half, but neither were able to produce any great goal-scoring opportunities, leaving it all to play for in the second half.

The Tigers came out looking strong in the second half, but Norwich soon settled back into their rhythm. However despite creating some lovely movement on the pitch, they were unable to hit the back of the net.

Daniel Farke made just one change to the starting eleven who beat Swansea 4-1, with Tom Trybull coming into replace Moritz Leitner who picked up a knock in Saturday’s game. Dennis Srbeny took Trybull’s place on the bench.

City started off passing the ball around well and saw an early chance with an exchange between Teemu Pukki and Emi Buendia, but the Argentine’s shot from the edge of the box curled over the bar.

The Canaries dominated possession for the first 10 minutes in testing weather conditions, although neither team had any real chances at goal.

Hull won a free-kick on the left after Max Aarons brought down Jarrod Bowen in a dangerous position outside the box, but Kamil Grosicki’s cross deflected off Buendia to go out for a corner. The City defence cleared the corner to regain possession.

Norwich continued to control the game, with any spells of dangerous play from Hull being well dealt with by the Canaries’ defence. But despite dominating possession, Norwich struggled to get the ball into the box to get a shot at goal.

The Tigers had the first proper chance of the game in the 32nd minute as Grosicki’s cross found Bowen at the back post, but he headed the ball just wide.

Norwich looked for a response with Alex Tettey shooting from distance forcing David Marshall into action, quickly followed by another effort from Trybull which Marshall was forced to tip away.

Norwich upped the tempo and had another chance at goal with a corner cross from Buendia falling to Trybull, but he could only header over the bar.

In the 42nd minute, the Canaries were awarded a free-kick just outside the box after Tettey was brought down. Buendia stepped up to take it, but his effort lacked power and curled straight into the hands of the keeper.

Norwich continued to search for the opener going into the break, but the first half ended 0-0.

Hull had the first shot of the second half, with Jackson Irvine breaking through. But his touch was weak and rolled straight into the hands of Tim Krul. Grosicki followed with a strike from outside the area, but Krul comfortably made the save again.

The Tigers continued to go for goal with a great chance for Bowen from close range, but he put it wide at the back post under pressure from Jamal Lewis.

Kevin Stewart conceded a free-kick for a foul on Trybull midway in the Hull half, with Buendia again stepping up to take the kick, but his ball fell to the edge of the box and into Hull’s possession.

Tiger’s captain Markus Henriksen produced a long-range effort in the 62nd minute which looked to be on target, but it just missed the top of Krul’s crossbar.

Norwich came close in the 69th minute with a lovely cross from Max Aarons into the path of Trybull who was free in the area, but he nodded the ball wide.

Farke made his first change a couple of minutes later, with Mario Vrancic replacing Trybull, followed by his second with Todd Cantwell replacing Onel Hernandez.

Norwich continued to move well and looked to be through with a nice ball from Vrancic to Aarons, but Marshall ran out to claim it.

Norwich made their final change in the 86th minute, with Dennis Srbeny on for Marco Stiepermann.

The Canaries continued to push for a goal, with Buendia taking a shot on the half-volley, but he fired the ball wide.

The game ended 0-0, with both sides sharing the points. 

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Ticket News: Hull City

22 October 2018

Tickets for Norwich City's trip to the KCOM Stadium to take on Hull City on Tuesday, November 27 (7.45pm) will go on sale from Saturday, October 27 (9am).

We have 800 tickets priced at £12 for all age categories to sell first, followed by a further 1200 tickets prices at £18 for all age categories. 

Coach travel is priced at £21 with a £1 discount for season ticket holders and members. Coaches depart Carrow Road at 2:15pm.

Please note Under 2s will not be admitted into the stadium and children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult

To purchase tickets, please call 01603 721902, visit the ticket offices at Carrow Road or Chapelfield or go online HERE

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