Norwich City manager Dean Smith has expressed frustration at the conceding goal that he thought was unlikely to happen.
Norwich City lost to West Ham United 2-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday. Leaving the Canaries at the bottom of the table.
“I’m not satisfied with our two goals conceded. I felt it is a close game in the first half and we were just one goal ufabet behind,” Smith told the BBC.
“I want wide players to play faster but it’s unfortunate to encourage opponents as well.
“I think we had a good 20 minutes. We seemed to lack confidence in the last area. I feel in many ways Once that we suppress the part that triggered play.”
When asked about the absence of midfielder Todd Cantwell, the team has moved in the past. Norwich’s head coach has stated that the player is not physically complete.
“He came to me yesterday (Tuesday) and still feels sick, and Josh Sargent’s wife gave birth to a child. That’s why he wasn’t involved.
“But there’s a time where you have to put it behind your opponents. We tried both of those today and had some success. But the fact remains that we’re goalless in the last six games and we need to turn that around.”