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Pre-season stats: Defensive duo were the busiest players for City

Timm Klose played the most minutes for City during pre-season, tied with Christoph Zimmerman on 476 minutes Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Timm Klose played the most minutes for City during pre-season, tied with Christoph Zimmerman on 476 minutes Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

Paul Chesterton

Timm Klose and Christoph Zimmermann played the most minutes during Norwich City’s pre-season campaign.

The defenders came out top for the most minutes in the tank for Canaries players, during a mostly positive spell of preparations for the new Championship campaign.

Daniel Farke’s team won five and drew one of their eight friendly games, with defeats coming against Union Berlin and Charlton Athletic.

They racked up 15 goals in the process and conceded nine, with the only clean sheet coming in the 2-0 victory over League Two side Crawley at Colney.

• Click here for all of City’s pre-season results and reports

Teemu Pukki was top scorer with three goals – including a brace during the 3-2 win over Paderborn – ahead of Jordan Rhodes, Dennis Srbeny and Onel Hernandez all on two goals apiece.

The Canaries begin the new season away to Birmingham City on Saturday (3pm).

Most mins (750 max): Klose and Zimmermann (476), Leitner and Pukki (458), Passlack (448), Hernandez (433), Stiepermann (424), Marshal (423), Srbeny (418) and McLean (414)


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