Our Canaries reporters review a painful defeat to Southampton

Tim Krul and Max Aarons of Norwich look dejected as the Southampton players celebrate Stuart Armstro

Tim Krul and Max Aarons of Norwich look dejected as the Southampton players celebrate Stuart Armstrong putting them 2-0 up at Carrow Road Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

It was a painful return to action for Norwich City last night, leaving plenty to be discussed in our post-match Zoom conference.

Paddy Davitt, David Freezer and Connor Southwell were among the 300 people able to attend the behind closed doors game, as the Premier League’s three-month break comes to an end amid the UK’s recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, our correspondents are still working from home and practising social distancing so they were holding their usual post-match podcast debrief via a Zoom video conference.

That meant City fans could join in, both by watching their conversation following the 3-0 defeat and by posing questions or offering their own opinion about the events of Friday night.

City were drawing 0-0 at half-time but two goals in five minutes from Danny Ings and Stuart Armstrong early in the second half put the Saints in control, with former Canaries winger Nathan Redmond completing the job in the 79th minute.


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- You can catch up on their post-match debrief in the video above

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