‘Norwich are playing for their lives and making a good job of it’ - the national reaction to the Canaries’ loss at Leicester

The Norwich players look dejected after conceding what turns out to be the winning goal. Photo: Paul

The Norwich players look dejected after conceding what turns out to be the winning goal. Photo: Paul Chesterton - Credit: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Ltd

Here's what the national newspapers made of Norwich's performance against Leicester on Saturday.

•The Mirror: 'Jerome is a Championship striker. It's as simple as that. It wasn't just missing a big chance but his all round play.

'His touch was poor and he failed to play in team mates with sloppy passing on several occasions.'

•The Sun: 'Alex Neil made defending the priority and spread five across his backline to prevent Jamie Vardy and Co running riot. For 89 minutes it worked for them, with Leicester only creating half-chances.'

•The Mail: 'Norwich's threat was largely down to Nathan Redmond.'

•The Guardian: 'Norwich are playing for their lives and making a good job of it, though for the first time in months Leicester failed to manage anything extraordinary.'

•The Telegraph: '(Norwich were) resolute and impressively disciplined.'

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