The Blues' poor Championship run continued with a 3-1 loss at Carrow Road and some fans on Twitter were highly critical of one player.
Birmingham City have slipped to ninth in the Championship table after succumbing to a 3-1 defeat away at Norwich City on Friday night.
The Blues were hoping to end a three-game winless run at Carrow Road but the results means they now have two defeats and two draws from their last four league games (Transfermarkt).
A frenzied first half saw Teemu Pukki give Norwich the lead in the 13th minute, but Birmingham levelled moments later with Che Adams rifling home from Jota's through-ball.
However, the hosts regained the lead when Mario Vrancic found the bottom corner from range, before Tom Trybull headed home at a corner to make it 3-1, the eventual final score.
It was clearly not a good day at the office for the West Midlanders, whose form is deserting them right when they would want to be applying pressure on the top six.
Some Birmingham fans reacted on Twitter to the performance and result, with midfielder Jacques Maghoma coming under scrutiny for his display against Daniel Farke's side:
How Maghoma managed to stay on is beyond me— Matthew Ivory (@mattivory94) January 18, 2019
Maghoma poor kieft looked way out of his depth Colin poor juke poor but credit norwich playing it round the back for pretty much the second half— James (@jamesbates97) January 18, 2019
Maghoma was absolutely terrible tonight. He didn’t look like he wanted to be there. Dreadful. Colin too many mistakes and Gary Gardner kept fouling...poor game. Monk needs to sort them out.— william smithson (@waywillsmith) January 18, 2019
Why take Jota off He goes past people for fun. Maghoma didn’t beat his man once all night and was jogging (at best) for the full 90 minutes. Camp needs swapping out since about August. Top team Norwich though, will go up with Leeds.— joe dyer (@joedyer88) January 18, 2019
Maghoma Wow.— Tom (@Tom12956152) January 18, 2019
Maghoma not in the game at all again!! Why does he stick with him? Kro— AWC (@ac7221) January 18, 2019
Birmingham return to action on Tuesday, January 29 when they visit Swansea City.
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