Norwich City manager Daniel Farke demanded improvements from his side following Sunday’s loss at home to Leeds United.
Raphinha put the visitors ahead in the 56th minute, but Andrew Omobamidele immediately drew the Canaries level before Rodrigo rounded off a dramatic five-minute spell to put the Yorkshire outfit back ahead and seal all three points.
Such a result saw Norwich’s winless run extended in the top flight, having now failed to win any of their 10 league games this term, leading to growing pressure on the German manager.
Speaking to reporters after the game, Farke insisted that he needs more from his team, saying: “These types of games you need to win the points in order to earn the right to stay on this level next season. In home games when you play against sides who are also around you in the table you need to win the points,” as quoted by Norfolk Live.
“If you draw a line under this game we didn’t win the points and for that it is disappointing and also not good enough.”
The Norfolk outfit failed to bounce back from a 7-0 defeat to Chelsea last Saturday, seeing them remain at the foot of the table with just two points from their opening 10 outings.