Norwich boss Daniel Farke, speaking to BBC Sport: "We were 1-0 up, played fantastic, we had two or three one on ones and hit the inside of the post. No-one could complain if we were 4-0 up at half-time. It feels like the most unfair sport in the world but you have to accept it.
"The small details were the difference today. I can't accuse my players too much. They played fantastic today. They were able to use two of their few chances - but we could not use our 10 or 12 chances.
"They are not machines. Even your best striker who is in red hot form missing chances. It is not a day to punish players.
"It is a tough setback and we will be disappointed, but we go again."