Chelsea fail to convert shots into goals as Norwich hold tight

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"It's a bit frustrating".

Steven Naismith has scored six goals in his last six matches against Chelsea in all competitions, including a hat-trick last time out in the Premier League in September 2015. We had difficulty offensively, we were poor. "Today it was a bigger chance to beat Chelsea than in the away game, but we will try everything". "I must be pleased with the commitment for my players". Normally in 10 games Chelsea will win eight times and it's perhaps one time a draw - but that means there's one special day where you are able to create something special and we're looking forward to doing this. Sometimes we lost our order, our combination play, but I think in the second half we did better. Norwich deserve to have another game. These are the rules though. We had an outstanding game and in the first half we dominated, and didn't give a chance away. Now we have to play another game at Stamford Bridge and Norwich deserved this opportunity, another chance. When you play in this trophy you know it is very hard, but today the commitment of my players was very good.

If Chelsea were trying to win, we sure weren't reflecting that attitude on the pitch, especially in a beyond dire first half.

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Norwich City manager Daniel Farke told BBC Sport: "To be honest I'm a bit disappointed it was not a win for us". It took until the 50th minute before the game's first shot on target - a weak effort from Michy Batshuayi, which was comfortably gathered by Angus Gunn.

Championship side Norwich rarely threatened themselves but will be more content with the result than Chelsea, who also face Arsenal in the two-legged semi-finals of the Carabao Cup over the next few weeks, live on Sky Sports.