Capital One League Cup video report: Shrewsbury 1, Norwich City 0

17:17 26 September 2014

Steven Whittaker rues a missed chance at Greenhous Meadow. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Steven Whittaker rues a missed chance at Greenhous Meadow. Picture by Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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Michael Bailey reports from Greenhous Meadow as Norwich City’s League Cup involvement for the season came to an end at League Two Shrewsbury Town.

James Collins’ header was enough to sink City’s high-fliers, having made 11 changes from the side that remained second in the second tier last weekend.

But if Neil Adams was hoping his midweek starters would press for Championship inclusion, he may have been left disappointed.

Also – watch the latest edition of Mustard TV’s Norwich City fanzine Three Up Front here

To give your three-word verdict on Norwich City’s recent action win, tweet either @michaeljbailey or @MustardTV – make sure you use the hashtag #3upfront

Mustard Sport has hits Norwich’s freeview TVs – make sure you keep an eye out for our full Norwich City coverage at

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