Sunjic and Hogan toil as Norwich prove to be too strong for Eustace’s troops. Ratings from Carrow Road:

John Ruddy (6) – Norwich were always going to press as the protagonists and the veteran keeper did all he could to keep the score down until being helpless with the two quick successions.

Cody Drameh (5) – Lapses in concentration could’ve cost him more but he was lucky. Didn’t cover himself in glory and didn’t cover the spaces in behind well.

Dion Sanderson (5) – Some good things on the ball but Norwich were rampant in the second half and this caused disorder in the backline.

Kevin Long (5) – Exposed for pace on both goals to a decent extent but was left with a lot to do on a few occasions and wasn’t get able to get much help when left 1-1.

Emmanuel Longelo (5) – He wasn’t largely at fault for anything but the attacking left-back left the visitors exposed down his side on a number of occasions.

Krystian Bielik (5) – Helped bring as much order and calm in the middle in the first half but the game got away from him in the second.

Ivan Sunjic (4) – Poor with the ball at his feet and gave Norwich plenty to work with needlessly as they eventually dominated the middle.

Oliver Burke (4) – So little impact that he was rightfully replaced. Wasn’t able to use his pace as Norwich closed down the spaces well.

Koji Miyoshi (6) – The brightest spark of the afternoon for the away side. Hit the woodwork and created a nice opportunity for Stansfield.

Jay Stansfield (6) – Lively and always looked likely to make something happen. Had a good chance and played two positions.

Scott Hogan (4) – Not a mare but the forward still isn’t showing the confidence or grit needed in testing situations when his team need a spark.

Juninho Bacuna (for Ivan Sunjic) (5) – Tough to come on after the first goal but he provided little defensive protection in front of the defence.

Siriki Dembele (for Oliver Burke) (6) – Showed dynamism in his display that was severely lacking from his teammates

Note: Other subs did not play enough to get marked.