Norwich City boss Paul Lambert was proud of his players in defeat to Manchester United.

Only three teams had won at Carrow Road in the Premier League this season, and Lambert felt his side should take credit from their efforts again on this occasion.

He said: "That was a huge performance by us. We gave everything.

"We were running on empty, but I couldn't fault our lads. Manchester United come at you from all angles, but I couldn't ask for any more.

"It was a poor goal to lose but the pleasing thing was, when you lose that goal early, you don't capitulate, and we never did that.

"We hung in and the United goalkeeper probably saved his best game for against us - some of his saves were magnificent."