The 28-year-old central midfielder started the Premier League game at the Boleyn Ground and played until the 85th minute, when he was replaced by attacker Mauro Zarate.
Noble, who is the Hammers’ captain, was responsible for Norwich’s first goal, as it was his mistake which Robbie Brady seized on in the ninth minute.
Diafra Sakho restored parity for West Ham on 33 minutes when he turned in Dimitri Payet's cutback.
Although visiting Norwich made it 2-1 in the 83rd minute through Nathan Redmond, Slaven Bilic’s side denied them an away win as Cheikhou Kouyate found the target late on.
Noble did not take a shot, had a pass accuracy of 81%, created one chance, won 50% of his tackles, and made one block.
Following the match, West Ham fans took to Twitter to have their say on the performance of Noble.
Below are some of the best comments:
Worst I've seen noble play this season & can't see how he won't be dropped when song is fit... Once again sakho workrate exceptional #COYI— Paul Springall (@Bok80) September 26, 2015
Never rated noble, loyal but not great. Costly mistakes today. Glad we got a point. #COYI— Amy (@Amy_Whufc2) September 26, 2015