Will be disappointed to have been beaten by three players from inside the penalty area. Raised his game after half-time but was nowhere near good enough to keep the Canaries out.
Raided down the right as he has been doing all season and whipped early, first-time crosses into the area at will.
Made a vital clearance off the line mid-way through the first half but looked uncomfortable as the likes of Holt, Howson and Pilkington picked him apart.
Made an important defensive clearance in the area five minutes from half-time but could have done better for Norwich's second-half goals. Was booed by the City fans for this particular performance.
Apart from the odd mix-up in communication, this was another solid display from the England defender. The upcoming summer break will be crucial to the 24-year-old's fortunes next season.
Could not be faulted for effort as he roved through the middle at will but could not really influence the game. Like Milner, will need to bring more to the table during City's next campaign.
Surged forward throughout and played intricate passes into the channels, also sending in the occasionally blinding cross. May need to do more next season if City are to challenge for the title once again, however.
Was clearly eager to make an impression and a sensational performance capped by two wonderful goals was the right way to go about it. Was very comfortable in the middle of the park and scored a clinical first-half equaliser. His second was a thing of beauty as he ran the length of the Norwich half to slot past Ruddy.
An effortless performance from the Ivorian. He, quite literally, did not break a sweat but still managed to influence the game to a degree we know he can.
Rose well in the area throughout and could have scored three headed goals within the first 10 minutes. Was lively with the ball at feet, too, but failed to find the net.
A bulldozing performance from the Argentine, who was lively from the off, linking up well with Milner in particular. Was one of City’s best players before in what could be his last ever game in a sky blue shirt. Came off early in the second half to a standing ovation.
Looked competent and authoritative, which is saying a lot seeing as he has only returned from injury this month. Could not get the better of Rodwell, however, though not many keepers would have done on a day like this.
Made a notable impression against his former side in a characteristically efficient display.
Showed a similar level of composure at the back as his fellow Canaries defenders and was even ambitious enough to drive forward and have a crack at goal in the second half.
Found himself stopping the onrushing Yaya Toure more than once – which is never an easy feat. Can be proud of his performance today.
Was calm in possession at the back and headed crosses away with real authority.
Showed immense confidence to slot home after going one-on-one with Hart in the first half and often found himself inside the area after cutting inside from the left to lethal effect. Received a standing ovation from the away end after being taken off with 10 minutes to go.
Surged forward and struck from range on occasion. Forced a top-class save from Hart with a fantastic header early in the second half.
At the heart of Norwich’s movement throughout and the man they looked to for their set-pieces. This was an effective performance to cap a very successful season for the Scot.
Scored a goal that any international centre-forward would be proud of, skipping past a defender and slotting past Hart with a very cool finish in the second half.
Misplaced some passes but was always dangerous going forward, be it with penetrating crosses or low drives at goal.
Was strong on the ball but was not quick or clinical enough from within the danger area in the first half. Made up for it with good movement to tuck home early in the second, however.