By Robert Dunford For Mailonline
Published: 18:49 GMT, 1 January 2019 | Updated: 18:58 GMT, 1 January 2019
Daniel Farke believes Norwich did well to cope with injuries and refereeing decisions as they took a point at Brentford and cut Leeds' lead at the top of the Championship to two points.
Injuries during the game to Marco Stiepermann and Alex Tettey dampened the game at Griffin Park.
Farke believed that referee Gavin Ward should have awarded a penalty to in-form Teemu Pukki, after he clashed with Julian Jeanvier, but was pleased with the result.
Julian Jeanvier broke the deadlock and put Brentford a goal to the good against Norwich
Timm Klose ensured the Canaries came away with a point after heading a late equaliser
He said 'For us in the end it was a good point. Brentford is always a tough place to go, especially in recent weeks.'
'It's difficult to turn the game, specially when you have to handle the situation without several key players before the game, then injuries during it.
'I'm still a bit annoyed about several