Hull City are leading at the break against Norwich City thanks to a Robbie Brady penalty, but they were reduced to 10 men as Yannick Sagbo was red carded.
Hull City lead at the break in their Premier League clash against Norwich City despite being reduced to 10 men, thanks to a penalty strike from Robbie Brady.
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The Canaries almost took the lead in the third minute when Steven Whittaker broke down the right and lifted a cross into the penalty area, but debutant Leroy Fer could only head wide.
Chris Hughton's side were having the better of the early stages and Nathan Redmond almost broke the deadlock but his effort was denied by a fine save from Tigers keeper Allan McGregor.
Hull made Norwich pay for their missed changes when they were awarded a penalty when Michael Turner brought down Yannick Sagbo in the area and Brady fired his side into the lead from the spot.
Steve Bruce's side were then reduced to 10 men as Sagbo was sent off for an altercation off the ball for a reported headbutt on Bradley Johnson.
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