Norwich City boss Daniel Farke insists that his side deserved more than a draw from their 1-1 stalemate against Ipswich Town.
Norwich City manager Daniel Farke has insisted that his side deserved maximum points from their Championship meeting with local rivals Ipswich Town, a match which finished 1-1.
The Canaries left it late to rescue a point, with Timm Klose's stoppage-time header cancelling out Luke Chambers's opener, but the German coach was adamant that his team deserved more than a draw.
"I always believe my lads can fight back," he told reporters in his post-match press conference.
"We fought to the last minute. It was a great reaction but we should have won.
"I'm happy for Grant Hanley and Timm Klose. It was the best cross of the game. Thank God it was at least a draw. We have the mentality of always standing together."
The result means that Norwich remain unbeaten by their East Anglian rivals in their last 10 meetings, a run spanning nine years.
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