Norwich come to the Premier League this season as the Championship team. But the Hoang Yen herd could not show the same discomfort as Leeds last season or the name that first played in the highest arena in the foggy country, Brentford.
After 15 rounds, Norwich only got themselves 10 points with a record of 2 wins 4 draws 9 losses and as mentioned above, they are last on the scoreboard. Norwich’s performance is also not overrated when scoring 8 but conceding 31 goals. A month ago, the Carrow Road team also changed the general to improve the team’s situation. In the last 5 matches, Norwich won 2, drew 2, lost 1 and these can be seen as positive signs for this club.
Norwich’s opponent in this match is Man United. The Old Trafford team has also gone through a series of tumultuous days. After sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after the 1-4 loss to Watford, the Red Devils were unbeaten in 5 consecutive matches at the hands of Michael Carrick and recently the new coach Ralf Rangnick.
The addition of Rangnick was considered necessary and the German military leader immediately launched experiments to shape the style of the Reds. 1 win 1 draw can be seen as a convincing achievement after Ralf Rangnick’s 2 matches holding the table, but it still makes the Asian players Man Utd feel bored.