Norwich City picked up an unwanted record in Sunday’s Premier League clash with Leeds United, as they were handed a 2-1 loss.
Andrew Omobamidele immediately drew the Canaries level in the second half after Raphinha‘s 56th-minute opener, but Rodrigo completed a dramatic five-minute spell to put the Yorkshire outfit straight back in the ascendancy and ensure they left Carrow Road with all three points.
Such a result saw Norwich’s goal difference drop to -22 after the first 10 games of the Premier League season – the worst record at this stage of a campaign in the league’s 30-year history.
Following their promotion from the second tier last term, Daniel Farke‘s men are yet to post a victory in the top flight this season, resulting in a points tally of just two at this stage, having managed just three goals so far, while they have shipped 25 at the other end of the pitch.
Sheffield United are the only side to have recorded fewer points from the opening 10 games, as they sat on just one at this stage last season, while Sunderland were unable to avoid relegation in the 2016-17 campaign after collecting two points from 10 outings.