Hughton frustrated by referee decisions

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Norwich manager Chris Hughton felt his team had been on the wrong end of some poor decisions in the 2-1 defeat at West Ham - their fourth straight Barclays Premier League loss.

The Irons, who last won against Chelsea on December 1, went ahead through a Mark Noble penalty after just three minutes when referee Mark Clattenburg spotted a shirt pull by defender Ryan Bennett on Winston Reid.

"The key decisions in the game did not go in our favour, but we did not start well enough," said Hughton, who confronted Clattenburg as he left the pitch at both half-time and following the full-time whistle.

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