Manager calls for City to 'get back on track'

CITY boss Chris Hughton admitted his side were second best against a clinical Liverpool as the Merseysiders cruised to a 5-0 Barclays Premier League victory at Anfield.
The Canaries turned in a disappointing performance against the rampant Reds and goals from Henderson, Suarez, Sturridge, Gerrard and a Ryan Bennett own goal completed a miserable afternoon for Norwich.
Hughton commented after the game: "What we were up against today was an extremely good Liverpool side. They were very good and clinical.

"It's been a bad day for us and we need to dust ourselves down and make sure we are better for the next game.

"We need to get back on track. Sometimes you have to accept that, with the quality these teams have, if you have a bad day you can be well beaten."

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