Wow what an exciting game for all the fans to watch on Saturday, just a shame about the final score.
This was a fast and furious game that saw Norwich with all good intentions, wanting to beat the visitors on the back of the win against Tottenham the previous week, but it was going to be tough from the outset.
With Carlos Tevez opening the scoring in the first half of the game shortly followed by a goal from Serio Aguero, Norwich knew they meant business.
A goal from Andrew Sturman just after the break lifted the Norwich team and gave them the confidence to go further.
For the first twenty minutes of each half Norwich held their own and played a strong game with lots of action from end to end but unfortunately not making the most of their opportunities in the latter half of the game, only to be flattered by the visitors.
With words of encouragement from the fans and exceeding excited commentaries on radios plugged into peoples ears they talked of the team rallying through points in the game, but it was just not meant to be.
The quality of the Manchester City players shone through, and with three goals in 10 minutes during the second half, killing any confidence of Norwich pulling back. The outstanding goals in the last half of the game knocked everyone for six.
Aguero had had an amazing game and made no mistake from the six yard box to complete the final score in the 93rd minute.
Norwich should not be down heartened and need to pick themselves up for the next game, to come out with the same fighting spirit.
Manchester City are an awesome team and relish the position in the table they are at, but Norwich have perhaps sup-arced any place in the table that they had hoped to reach and have proved that they are worthy of the Premiership that they find themselves in