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Bradley Johnson restarts play with the free kick.
The referee signals the end of the game.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Gary Hooper by Nemanja Vidic.
Free kick taken by Javier Garrido.
Josh Murphy fouled by Wayne Rooney, the ref awards a free kick.
The ball is crossed by Ashley Young.
Fabio Da Silva grabs a goal with a right foot finish. Man Utd 4-0 Norwich.Assist on the goal came from Wayne Rooney.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Ashley Young.
Fabio Da Silva replaces Adnan Januzaj.
Free kick taken by Alexander Buttner.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Johan Elmander on Ashley Young.
Unfair challenge on Anthony Pilkington by Alexander Buttner results in a free kick.
Oliveira Anderson replaces Tom Cleverley.
Wes Hoolahan leaves the field to be replaced by Gary Hooper.
The ball is crossed by Rafael Da Silva.
Corner taken by Adnan Januzaj.
The ball is swung over by Wayne Rooney.
Corner taken by Ashley Young from the left by-line.
Shot by Alexander Buttner.
Javier Hernandez takes a fantastic shot and goes harmlessly over the bar.
Free kick taken by Ashley Young.
Josh Murphy gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ashley Young.
Wayne Rooney comes on in place of Wilfried Zaha.
Anders Lindegaard takes the free kick.
Josh Murphy gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Alexander Buttner.
(Norwich) makes a substitution, with Josh Murphy coming on for Nathan Redmond.
Adnan Januzaj restarts play with the free kick.
Anthony Pilkington gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj.
Free kick taken by Mark Bunn.
Wilfried Zaha gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Sebastien Bassong.
Clearance by Javier Garrido.
A cross is delivered by Javier Hernandez.
Anthony Pilkington replaces Robert Snodgrass.
Nathan Redmond delivers the ball.
Free kick awarded for a foul by Alexander Buttner on Steven Whittaker.
Javier Hernandez scores. Man Utd 2-0 Norwich.
Javier Hernandez gets a header at goal.
The ball is swung over by Nathan Redmond.
Robert Snodgrass restarts play with the free kick.
Bradley Johnson fouled by Wilfried Zaha, the ref awards a free kick.
Foul by Rafael Da Silva on Nathan Redmond, free kick awarded.
The referee gets the second half started.
The whistle is blown to end the first half.
Adnan Januzaj has an effort at goal.
The ball is crossed by Phil Jones.
Corner from the left by-line taken by Ashley Young.
Nathan Redmond has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the target.
Alexander Buttner delivers the ball.
Adnan Januzaj has an effort at goal and missed to the left of the target.
Shot by Ashley Young.
Bradley Johnson takes the free kick.
Alexander Buttner challenges Robert Snodgrass unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Free kick taken by Ryan Bennett.
Johan Elmander fouled by Tom Cleverley, the ref awards a free kick.
Ryan Bennett manages to make a clearance.
A cross is delivered by Alexander Buttner.
Ashley Young restarts play with the free kick.
Unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj by Leroy Fer results in a free kick.
Rafael Da Silva challenges Nathan Redmond unfairly and gives away a free kick.
Javier Hernandez gets a header at goal. Mark Bunn safely holds on.
Free kick crossed by Ashley Young.
Steven Whittaker gives away a free kick for an unfair challenge on Ashley Young.
Penalty scored by Javier Hernandez. Man Utd 1-0 Norwich.
Leroy Fer gives away a Penalty for an unfair challenge on Adnan Januzaj.
Johan Elmander produces a cross.
Phil Jones restarts play with the free kick.
Free kick awarded for an unfair challenge on Phil Jones by Johan Elmander.
Mark Bunn restarts play with the free kick.
Corner from the right by-line taken by Adnan Januzaj.
Ashley Young crosses the ball in from the free kick.
Steven Whittaker concedes a free kick for a foul on Alexander Buttner.
Nathan Redmond takes the chance to get an effort at goal and missed to the left of the net.
Adnan Januzaj sends in a cross.
Strike on goal comes in from Ashley Young from the free kick.
Foul by Leroy Fer on Alexander Buttner, free kick awarded.
Phil Jones fouled by Sebastien Bassong, the ref awards a free kick.
The game gets underway.
Moyes praises spirit of Januzaj
David Moyes has hailed the spirit of Manchester United midfielder Adnan Januzaj as he continues to make a major impact in his first Barclays Premier League season.
Januzaj came off the bench to help inspire United's 3-2 comeback win over Stoke at Old Trafford on Saturday and Moyes believes his slender build belies a ferocious competitive instinct.
Januzaj is is line to start for United along with Saturday's match-winner Javier Hernandez in the Capital One Cup clash with Norwich at Old Trafford on Tuesday.
Moyes said: "If ever there was a boy who can take it, it will be him.
"You just hope the referees give him the correct protection, and I'm sure they will, but he won't be moaning about it - he's a great lad and he'll bounce up and get on with it.
"You can kick him as hard as you like and it won't affect him."
Moyes has admitted that Wilfried Zaha is in contention to face Norwich despite not yet making his Premier League bow for the champions.
Zaha has been linked with a possible loan switch away from United in January.
"I just don't think we have had the right opportunity to get him on as much as would have liked," Moyes told the United website.
"We don't want to put him in too quickly. We want to make it the right time.
"I've said I would look at it in January as I wanted to have him here for six months to see how we work. I told him we would try to get him minutes but the competition in the wide areas we have with Nani, Antonio Valencia, Ashley Young, Adnan Januzaj and even Shinji Kagawa playing off the side means we are as strong there as anywhere.
"It's not that Wilf has done anything wrong, it's just that we have big competition and we have to try to make sure he gets some playing time. Unfortunately, we haven't done that with Wilf and, if it's still the case in January, we would look at it. But he is very much in my plans and in my thoughts all the time."
United head into the clash with the Canaries keen to keep their good run going after back-to-back successes against Stoke and Real Sociedad went some way towards improving on their sluggish start to the season.
After Saturday's bruising encounter Moyes will have to check his treatment table before confirming his squad for the game.
Meanwhile, Chris Hughton is confident of an upturn in fortunes at Norwich ahead of the daunting task of taking on United and Manchester City in successive matches this week.
The Canaries are far from flying in the Barclays Premier League, where they next meet City on Saturday, having lost five of their opening nine matches to sit third from bottom.
Sunderland and Crystal Palace, the two clubs beneath Norwich in the standings have changed manager already this term, but Hughton is relaxed about his future and certain Norwich's performances will soon be rewarded by points.
Hughton, whose side were dominant in Saturday's 0-0 draw with Cardiff, has not sought assurances from the Canaries hierarchy and believes any speculation over his position is a symptom of the modern game.
"Our concerns are always about making sure we get results," Hughton said.
"For us it's not a comfortable position being in the bottom three. It's not a position we want to be in.
"It's very early days. You have to accept any criticisms and frustrations, but our performances will show that we are endeavouring to play the best football that we can, to try to play winning football.
"It's about trying to turn our recent good performances into winning performances.
"On Saturday, with the performance, it didn't go for us, even with the dominance that we had of the game.
"Sometimes it's that little bit of luck. Perhaps we're not getting so much of the rub of the green at the moment, but you have to have belief in what you're doing.
"It might be an own goal, it might be a scrappy goal, it might be a deflection that changes that."
Midfielder Alex Tettey (ankle) and striker Ricky van Wolfswinkel (toe) are doubts, while goalkeeper Mark Bunn (wrist) could start.
"There will be some changes, but I want to put out a team that can go to a very difficult place and try to get a result," Hughton said.
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