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Highlights: Watch the chances which Norwich couldn’t quite turn to goals at Hull

PUBLISHED: 13:56 28 November 2018 | UPDATED: 13:56 28 November 2018

Tom Trybull of Norwich City sees a shot on goal saved by Hull City goalkeeper David Marshall during the Sky Bet Championship match at the KCOM Stadium 
Picture by Matt Wilkinson/Focus Images

Tom Trybull of Norwich City sees a shot on goal saved by Hull City goalkeeper David Marshall during the Sky Bet Championship match at the KCOM Stadium Picture by Matt Wilkinson/Focus Images

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Tom Trybull was so nearly the hero for Norwich City at Hull – and now you can watch the three big chances the midfielder couldn’t quite turn into goals.

Trybull came in for his German compatriot Moritz Leitner, who missed out at the KCom Stadium due to a calf issue, and was denied by Hull keeper David Marshall in the first half.

He also headed wide from an Emi Buendia corner before the break and then nodded wide from close range from a fine Max Aarons cross from the right midway through the second half.

It wasn’t to be the former Werder Bremen man’s night but a first 0-0 draw of the campaign didn’t turn out to be too damaging for Daniel Farke’s team, remaining top of the Championship, a point clear of Leeds.

The visitors had 66 percent of possession and 18 shots on goal, four on target, but had to settle for a point in Humberside.

The Canaries are seven games unbeaten ahead of two home games against teams at the wrong end of the division, against Rotherham on Saturday and Bolton the following weekend.

• Watch highlights from the game, and the verdict of City correspondent Michael Bailey, above

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