Two points that got away - Hughton
Chris Hughton was disappointed his Norwich side failed to follow up the win over Arsenal last weekend with three points at Aston Villa.
Villa went ahead through Christian Benteke but Joe Bennett was sent off early in the second period for a second bookable offence after a foul on Elliott Bennett. Then Michael Turner rescued a share of the spoils for the Canaries with a late equaliser.
Hughton said: "I think it was two points that got away. When you are 1-0 down, you are delighted to get back in the game. If it's 0-0 and you have the pressure we had at the end, you are more disappointed.
"You can look at the game apart from possession, balance of play and amount of ball in the final third, as one of three clear cut chances.
"They had one and Benteke put it away. We had two with Wes Hoolahan and Grant Holt and we didn't but I thought having gone down 1-0, we came out second half with a good attitude and forced the issue.
"I think I would have been confident enough we would have got back in the game even with 11 men."