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Norwich City head coach Daniel Farke described the Canaries 2-0 win over Wycombe Wanderers as a big win and an even bigger three points

The Canaries were until the 50 Stopped goalless for the minute when Teemu Pukki found the back of the net Adam Idah later ended the game with his tap-in from close range in the 87th Minute

In his post-game interview, Farke said he was more than happy with his team’s performance against a difficult Wycombe team, adding that the team needed to change tactics at halftime to find a more dominant 45 minutes / p>

“It was a tough game, Wycombe had seven points from the last four games, two goals against in the last two games and a win over Reading

“Coming here and winning against this professional, comfortable, spirited and dedicated home team is pretty good and I’m proud of my boys. It was an important win, a good performance and valuable three points

“It is important to be patient because they take their time, every shot on goal, last minute throw-ins, they try to get into their heads, play aggressively and stay disciplined”In terms of defense, it was important that we didn’t give them more or less a chance throughout the game

“They are dangerous, they have physical threats, so it was important to stay disciplined. We also talked about a few issues that we needed to improve in the first half The pass was a little too fast to put more pressure on the block

“We changed a few things at halftime, we changed our base formation for the second half because I wanted a better structure, better ball possession and better passing angles, I wanted to prepare our situations better

“I think it worked out in the second half, we had a lot more control and prepared more situations. We scored two fantastic goals, we could have scored more if I thought about the situation, Onel Hernandez one on one with the goalkeeper, Emi Buendia should have scored, Lukas Rupp played some really good passes, it could have been a little more comfortable

“The only thing that counts today is the three points and the clean sheet win, so many compliments to the boys”

The city boss spoke about the danger that Wycombe consistently posed and stressed the importance of the Canary Islands finding their second target in order to cushion the victory more comfortably

“We missed a lot of chances after the first goal, whether Onel Hernandez or Emi Buendia When you score the second or third goal, everything is more comfortable. If you don’t score, you still have a chance of a long goal kick or free kick and you can score

“We didn’t give them a chance, we defended fairly well, but if you don’t score the second goal, the game isn’t over”

“I was delighted that we scored from a standard situation It was a good delivery, a good move from Kenny McLean and Adam Idah who really expected the ball off the line. It’s also very good for his confidence, all in all it was a really good day ”

When asked about Emi Buendia’s yellow card and the caution he must take to avoid being fired, Farke said he trusted the midfielder to make only positive contributions until his move

“Emi tackled the game 20 times and then he got a yellow card for his first foul He’s an emotional gamer and I want him to play with that emotion, but in a smart way”

“I was pretty confident that he would be pretty professional and disciplined with it and that is what he did. I was able to rest him for the last few minutes and give him a little break, but before that it was important to score the second goal and to earn his rest ”

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