Fulham 5, Norwich City 0 - what the nationals said
The national newspapers' views on Norwich City's 5-0 defeat at Fulham.
Sunday Mirror: 'Norwich were over-run. A potent combination of quick passing and searching long balls had the Canaries not knowing whether to stick or twist.'
The Mail on Sunday: 'Manager Chris Hughton has to pick his players up quickly for next weekend's home clash against QPR, who also lost heavily to Swansea.'
The Observer: 'Hughton was hoping to score a victory against his former mentor but his Norwich side looked a shadow of the team that finished 12th under Paul Lambert.'
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The Sunday Telegraph: 'Norwich had no answer to the midfield craft of Bryan Ruiz, Moussa Dembele and Mahamadou Diarra.'
The People: 'New Canaries boss Chris Hughton has three main problems to sort out – his defence, midfield and attack.'