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Who was your man-of-the-match during City’s loss at Leeds?

PUBLISHED: 18:09 16 December 2017 | UPDATED: 12:13 17 December 2017

Alex Pritchard hit the bar in the second half at Elland Road
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Alex Pritchard hit the bar in the second half at Elland Road . Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images

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We’ve chosen Alex Pritchard as our Norwich City man-of-the-match following this afternoon’s 1-0 defeat to play-off chasing Leeds, do you agree?

The 24-year-old former Tottenham man started his second match in succession since returning from his pre-season ankle injury and again provided fresh attacking impetus to the Canaries.

He was unable to force the breakthrough needed at Elland Road, unlike his impact during last week’s 3-1 home win over Sheffield Wednesday, hitting the bar and forcing two good saves from Felix Wiedwald.

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James Maddison was also a lively attacking force, while Ivo Pinto continued bombing forward from right-back despite a troublesome hamstring.

Southampton loanee Harrison Reed was another who emerged from a competitive encounter with credit, did he do enough to get your vote though?

• Cast your vote in the poll above or leave a comment below if you feel another player deserved to be on our shortlist

• Follow all the post-match reaction and analysis from Elland Road in our Matchday Live blog at pinkun.com/live


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