Threatened with a couple of efforts from distance and although he did not support the attack too actively, he was dependable at right-back.
Coped reasonably well given Swansea's dominance of the midfield area in front of him, although he was caught out by a couple of the visitors' more cutting forays.
Not the quickest but did not become overly troubled by Swansea's pacy attack and remained a serious threat at set pieces, forcing a superb save out of Vorm in the first half before grabbing Norwich's second goal after the break.
Never a liability, but sometimes a little cumbersome, with some of his interplay with Snodgrass unimaginative. Troubled by Dyer's speed on a couple of occasions.
His passing and crossing was not up to its usual standards but he was present at the back post to nod home Norwich's equaliser.
Struggled in midfield. He did not get any kind of grip on the game and offered little in the way of forward thrust, besides a couple of sporadic bursts.
Just does not keep the ball well enough for a deep-lying central midfielder. Tried to remain active in the tackle but to no significant effect, and did not offer enough quality going forward.
Did not find much space to play in at all. Tried to drift to the left to combine with Snodgrass, but had little luck in receiving possession in dangerous areas.
Flitted in and out of the game but two fine deliveries from the right were enough for two Norwich goals.
Came into the game more and more as it wore on, combining well with Bennett on occasion, but never looked much of a goal threat and was ponderous when presented with one good chance.
Made one brilliant save to deny Turner in the first half but might have come to claim the Bennett crosses that resulted in Norwich's two goals.
Got down the left to good effect, often providing an open man during Swansea's slick passing moves, until he was withdrawn in the second half.
Caught for pace on a couple of occasions but generally kept a lid on Kamara, including one key tackle with Tiendalli to deny a goal.
Provided decent attacking support from right-back before switching to the left, where he denied Kamara a goal with a last-ditch tackle.
Solid for the most part at the back but looked more exposed from crosses; the first goal, in particular, was a Bennett delivery that flew over his head.
Not a consistent threat but was creative and purposeful when he was brought into the play, laying on good chances for both Michu and Moore.
Filled the Leon Britton role, carefully recycling the ball and sitting deep in midfield. Did his job accurately and very efficiently.
J. de Guzmán
Supplied more thrust to Ki's patient retention of the ball and set up both goals, the first with a clever cut-back and the second with a neat header into the six-yard box.
Provided some neat touches, but never really stretched the Norwich defence himself. Replaced by Lamah.
Finished excellently to give Swansea the lead but often appeared frustrated thereafter and wasted one free header in the box.