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‘Useless’ – These Birmingham fans assess player who touched the ball less than 54th minute substitute in Norwich defeat

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It was a frustrating night for Birmingham on Tuesday, as they slipped to a second-straight defeat with a 1-0 loss to Norwich at Carrow Road.

In a game which the hosts dominated, it took a Mario Vrancic goal three minutes from time – and little more than 60 seconds after Birmingham had seen Adam Clayton sent off – to seal all three points for the hosts.

But as disappointing as the result was, the performance of Karnka’s side will be just as much of a concern, something perhaps best epitomised by Scott Hogan.

Playing in a lone striker role, Hogan cut an isolated figure for large portions of the game, something backed up by the fact that, according to WhoScored, Hogan touched the ball just 18 times across the course of the 90 minutes, in comparison to Birmingham substitute Jeremie Bela, who got a touch on the ball 20 times after coming on in the 54th minute.

That is something that did not go unnoticed by a number of Birmingham fans, with plenty keen to discuss the struggles and performance of Hogan as they took to Twitter to react to this defeat.

Here, we take a look at what some of them had to say.


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Article title: ‘Useless’ – These Birmingham fans assess player who touched the ball less than 54th minute substitute in Norwich defeat

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