Bruce's View: Norwich City

By Brian Cartlidge
Last updated : 28 November 2004

Clinton Morrison had managed to fire Blues into a tenth minute lead at St Andrew's but they failed to add to their goal tally and were made to pay after a lucklastre second half showing when Darren Huckerby scored to earn the visitors a share of the spoils.

"I thought that was harsh as we played some really good football and could have won if we had taken some of our chances," Bruce said after the 1-1 draw.

"You always look at these type of games as ones you should dominate and win. It appeared we were well on the way to a victory until we lost our way in the second half.

"The game should have been over at half-time. We had umpteen chances to have made it 2-0 and at the end frustration crept in.

"There was also an individual mistake on the part of Maik Taylor and that gave Norwich their point with a ridiculous goal which spoilt what had been a good afternoon until that goal.

"Our season has not unfolded as we expected but I am not making any more excuses.

"We have got to remember that we are only two seasons into the Premiership and expectations are becoming something of a burden to us."


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