How To Watch Norwich City At Manchester United: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

 How To Watch Norwich City At Manchester United: Live Stream, TV Channel, Start Time

Manchester United was in the headlines quite a bit with the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo. However, their season hasn’t been in the same limelight. They have 24 points on a 7-3-5 and rank No. 6 in the league.

Norwich City’s season has been even worse. They are currently ranked last in the league and are up for relegation with only 10 points and a minus-23 goal differential. They are 2-4-9 this season.

How to Watch Norwich City at Manchester United Today:

Game Date: Dec. 11, 2021

Game Time: 12:30 p.M. ET

TV: NBC

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Norwich City’s forward Teemu Pukki is by far the team's best scorer. He has five goals on 11 shots on goal. No other member of the team has more than one goal scored on the year. They rank last in goals scored, shots and assists.

Manchester United ranks No. 5 in goals scored with 25 with a large part in thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo and Bruno Fernandesm who have 11 goals combined. They also rank No. 3 in assists on goals, and No. 4 in total shots on goal.

Manchester United is projected to win this game by a favored spread of -1 so it is supposed to be a close game. Their money line is -225 while Norwich’s is +550. The total over/under goals scored in this contest is 2.5 goals which is average.

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Watch: Cristiano Ronaldo Goal Gives Manchester United The Lead At Norwich

Cristiano Ronaldo has given Manchester United the lead at Carrow Road against Norwich City in the Premier League and you can watch the goal here.

Ronaldo struck home a penalty after he was brought down by Max Aarons in the box.

Watch the goal here:

Norwich City Team

Tim Krul, Maz Aarons, Ozan Kabak, Grant Hanley, Dimitrios Giannoulis, Przemyslaw Placheta, Lukas Rupp, Billy Gilmour, Kenny McLean, Josh Sargent, Teemu Pukki

Norwich City Subs

Angus Gunn, Jonathan Tomkinson, Jacob Lungi Sorensen, Bali Mumba, Sam Byram, Todd Cantwell, Pierre Lees Melou, Kieran Dowell, Adam Idah

Manchester United Team

David De Gea, Diogo Dalot, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, Alex Telles, Scott McTominay, Fred, Jadon Sancho, Bruno Fernandes, Marcus Rashford, Cristiano Ronaldo

Manchester United Subs

Tom Heaton, Dean Henderson, Luke Shaw, Phil Jones, Eric Bailly, Mason Greenwood, Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard, Anthony Elanga,

Premier League Fixtures/Results - Matchweek 16Friday, 10th December 2021

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Saturday, 11th December 2021

12:30pm Manchester City 1-0 Wolves

3:00pm Arsenal 3-0 Southampton

3:00pm Chelsea 3-2 Leeds United

3:00pm Liverpool 1-0 Aston Villa

5:30pm Norwich City v Manchester United

Sunday, 12th December 2021

2:00pm Brighton & Hove Albion v Tottenham Hotspur

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2:00pm Leicester City v Newcastle United

4:30pm Crystal Palace v Everton

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Soccer-Ronaldo Penalty Gives Manchester United 1-0 Win At Norwich

NORWICH, England (Reuters) - Cristiano Ronaldo converted a 75th-minute penalty to give Manchester United a barely deserved 1-0 win at Norwich City in the Premier League on Saturday after the visitors struggled to create chances at Carrow Road.

The result lifted United to fifth place in the standings on 27 points from 16 games, behind fourth-placed West Ham United on goal difference, while Norwich stayed bottom on 10 points.

United's interim boss Ralf Rangnick was pleased with the outcome and a solid defensive performance but conceded that they needed to improve in every department.

"From the start we controlled the game but didn’t always have the best possible solutions," Rangnick told the BBC. "It's another clean sheet but still a lot of work to do.

"The second half I was not at all happy with the amount of corners that we gave away, but we got the three points.

"Now we have two clean sheets which is good but we still need to improve on that away, especially against physical teams or teams that attack high like Norwich did. They didn’t play like a bottom team."

Ragnick's counterpart Dean Smith was pleased with Norwich's fighting spirit and contested referee Darren England's decision to award United the penalty.

"We’ve just played two of the top six, we dominated at Tottenham but didn’t take our chances and we’ve gone toe-to-toe today with one of the big guns and a dubious penalty won it for them," he said.

United lacked a cutting edge until Ronaldo drove in the spot-kick after he was hauled down by home defender Max Aarons.

Ronaldo saw a shot beaten away by Tim Krul in the 37th minute and the home goalkeeper also tipped over a Harry Maguire header on the stroke of halftime after Alex Telles had hit the bar with a deflected free kick early on.

United fizzled out in the second half and Norwich looked more likely to break the deadlock as David De Gea kept out a Teemu Pukki shot from the edge of the area before Ronaldo struck, sending Krul the wrong way.

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The home side piled on pressure in the closing stages and De Gea rescued United again when he clawed out an Ozan Kabak header before Eric Bailly deflected a Billy Gilmour shot with a last-gasp lunge.

United captain Harry Maguire praised De Gea and acknowledged United were not at their best, saying they needed consistency in grinding out results.

"David De Gea did great today," the central defender told Sky Sports. "We’ve been very disappointed with our defensive record this year, we know we need to do better.

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