Norwich City vs. Brighton & Hove Albion -"/>Norwich are still searching for a win in the premier league since the start of the season as they came to a goalless draw at Carrow Road on Saturday.
The visitors Brighton had lost only one game on their seven league games while Norwich have failed to found a net on four straight games across all competitions. Brighton had a penalty appeal on the first half when Neal Maupay claimed contact from goalkeeper Tim Krul.
Krul also pulled off a fingertip save later to deny Leandro Tossard, tipping his volley onto the crossbar.
Sargent's tame shot towards the open goal after goalkeeper Robert Sanchez missed a clearance was cleared by Shane Duffy, while in the second half, Dan Burn blocked the American forward's attempt on goal with a last-ditch tackle. Maupay also had a chance to seal the win for Brighton in the closing stages but shot off-target from Solly March's cross.
Brighton moved provisionally up to fourth with 15 points while Norwich remain rooted to the bottom of the league standings with two points, but Farke took positives from their second consecutive clean sheet.
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