Late drama at Upton Park as the home side snatch a draw.
Dimitri Payet's ball into the box causes confusion as John Ruddy punches away. It hits Andy Carroll and falls to a grateful Cheikhou Kouyate six yards out, who makes no mistake with his finish. A sickener for Norwich.
An almighty scramble in the Norwich box and the ball is cleared, but it comes back in to Andy Carroll, who takes a brilliant touch, but John Ruddy rushes out to pounce on the ball.
West Ham looking for Andy Carroll again, but the Norwich backline hold firm. Can the Hammers find an equaliser?
Former England midfielder on Final Score
"It came from a corner, worked its way out to Nathan Redmond. It was poor play not to show him outside, but he cut in and finished well."
West Ham bring on striker Mauro Zarate for midfielder Mark Noble.
Norwich bring on Gary O'Neil for Wes Hoolahan. Can they hang on?
I asked the question, and he has delivered...
Substitute Nathan Redmond comes up trumps. He exchanges passes with Robbie Brady from his own corner, before making his way into the box and firing a low shot in between Norwich legs and into the net. A brilliant finish. Game done?
Robbie Brady's curler is pushed away by Adrian, although the free-kick was going wide.
A free-kick for Norwich in a dangerous position, with Robbie Brady taking control of the ball...
Andy Carroll can't quite control a long ball lumped towards him in the final third. West Ham's intentions are clear with 10 minutes remaining.
Russell Martin can't repeat last week's trick. This time his flicked header goes just over the bar. Is there a winner in this? 13 minutes to play.
Thankfully, Andy Carroll is fine to carry on and West Ham are looking to go long now, hoping to use his aerial prowess.
A worrying sight for West Ham as striker Andy Carroll goes down injured, barely two minutes after coming on.
That gives West Ham a chance to make a sub. Striker Andy Carroll, out for so long through injury, comes on for Manuel Lanzini.Copyright: Getty Images
Robbie Brady's low striker deflects away for a corner...
Diafra Sakho has had quite a few chances now, this time smashing a shot over the crossbar. Scored one, but wasted more.
Can Nathan Redmond be the game changer? He comes on and Graham Dorrans goes off for Norwich. An attacking sub from Alex Neil.
Bit scrappy at the moment, neither side keeping possession and so unable to launch any attacks.
Which player can produce that moment of magic in this game?Copyright: Getty Images
West Ham defender Winston Reid suffers a heavy fall after challenging sub Dieumerci Mbokani. The New Zealander is up but not moving too freely at the moment.Copyright: Getty Images
Dieumerci Mbokani on for Cameron Jerome. A like-for-like change.
Body on the line stuff from Adrian!
Cameron Jerome's side-footed volley from around eight yards out hits the Spaniard on the nose. It doesn't matter how you keep them out. A wipe of his face with a towel and we are ready to go again.
Norwich goalkeeper John Ruddy keeping his side in this game. This time he gets down to his left to push away Dimitri Payet's goalbound effort. The Englishman showing his international credentials.
And that is Victor Moses' last act of the match. His disappointing game comes to an end and Pedro Obiang enters the stage.
Great save John Ruddy. Victor Moses' cross into the box is met by Diafra Sakho, whose flying header is pushed away by the Englishman. To be honest, Sakho should have scored, he was free, bang in the middle of the goal.Copyright: PA
Pigeon on the pitch, there is a pigeon on the pitch!
Jonny Howson is brave enough to grab it, before taking to safety at the side of the pitch. A generous round of applause from the fans
Diafra Sakho leaps to nod the ball over the bar. Which side can get the all-important second goal?
A nasty clash of heads between Sebastian Bassong and Cheikhou Kouyate, as both sides jump for the ball. The West Ham mans comes off worse and gets treatment from the physio.
Great strike, great save.
Jonny Howson, for the second time this half, strikes at goal, this time for the edge of the area. It's heading into the roof of the net, but Adrian does his best Superman impression, flying to his right to push the ball away.Copyright: PA
Victor Moses runs and runs and runs, before giving the ball away. What a waste.
First effort in the second half from Jonny Howson, whose speculative strike from 30 yards is straight into the arms of Adrian.
Second half under way at Upton Park. Which way is this match going to swing now?Copyright: Getty Images
Striker Andy Carroll has had to be patient for a return to the first team and he's on the bench itching to get on.
When will boss Slaven Bilic throw him on?Copyright: Getty Images
Toot toot, all square at the break. A fair reflection of the game after 45 minutes.
West Ham with some neat build-up play, having not been able to string two passes together in the first half an hour. They look full of confidence now with playmakers Dimitri Payet and Manuel Lanzini starting to see more of the ball. Can they edge one before half-time?
Winston Reid's flicked header from Dimitri Payet's corner is easy for John Ruddy. This game has changed dramatically in the last five minutes. The home side look a completely different outfit since the goal.
A rush of blood to the head for John Ruddy, who charges off his line to get to a high ball, but he's nowhere near it!
It drops to Diafra Sakho, but the Senegal man hooks his shot over the bar. A second goal is imminent..
Manuel Lanzini starting to run the show now. His shot deflects off Russell Martin and goes just wide.
Norwich manage to clear the ball from the resulting corner.
Ooh, close! Manuel Lanzini's 30-yard free-kick is curled over the wall and narrowly wide. John Ruddy was worried, West Ham almost turn the game around.
The home fans are in good voice again with a rendition of "I'm forever blowing bubbles!" They'll be hoping it doesn't burst now.
Norwich made to rue their missed chances!
The Canaries backline is cut open for the first time, as Frenchman Dimitri Payet finds space on the right.
His low ball into the box is into the corridor of uncertainty and Diafra Sakho is on hand to slide the ball into the net.Copyright: Getty Images
Manuel Lanzini gets on the ball for the first time in the match after half an hour. A break forward sees him let fly from around 30 yards out, but John Ruddy is happy to see it sail wide.
Manager Slaven Bilic patrols the touchline. Wouldn't want to be in the Hammers dressing room at the interval.
Nearly a muddle at the back for Norwich. John Ruddy calls "keepers" for a ball through, and skipper Russell Martin is happy to shepherd it to him, with Diafra Song, sorry Sakho, bearing down.
The English stopper initially makes a hash of it, but dives on the ball at the second attempt...
...and has to pull his shorts up after!
Another chance for the visitors. Robbie Brady carves open the West Ham defence with a through ball, but Cameron Jerome shanks his shot into the side netting. He needed to go across the goalkeeper there.
West Ham all over the place at the back.
A coming together between Steven Whittaker and Dimitri Payet on the halfway line. The Scot nudges his opponent in the face, much to the anger of the home fans, but ref Mike Dean sees nothing in it and allows play to continue.
West Ham need to get Dimitri Payet and Victor Moses involved in this game, the pair have been anonymous so far.
Centre-back James Tomkins gallops forward and sees the chance of glory, letting fly from around 35 yards out, but it's a defender's strike, high and wide.Copyright: Getty Images
West Ham are struggling a little, unable to get any cohesion between the front men.
In fact, it's Norwich who look likelier to double their lead. Jonny Howson finds space in the box with a smart turn, but his effort is wild and into the stand.
Almost another! Graham Dorrans slides an inch-perfect pass through to put full-back Steven Whittaker in on goal, but the Scot's powerful shot is blocked. That was travelling, and headed straight for the top corner.
Can West Ham respond? Not yet. They're trying to string a few passes together to get themselves going but Norwich are comfortable at the back.
The Canaries themselves are playing the ball on the deck, making use of the lush, green grass.
Former England midfielder on Final Score
"It's these types of games they need to start winning. It's a poor ball from Mark Noble and it gets picked up in midfield, and it's a good finish from Robbie Brady."Copyright: Getty Images
Mistake from skipper Mark Noble!
The Englishman tries a ball across the pitch inside his own half, but it's well intercepted by the alert Robbie Brady, who skips James Tomkins' sliding tackle, before slotting home a low side-footed finish into the corner.
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A reducer from Alex Tettey!!
A crunching tackle on West Ham's Dimitri Payet, but card happy referee Mike Dean keeps them in his pocket on this occasion. A real old school tackle from the Ghanaian.
Cheikhou Kouyate has to do better! He rises to met Mark Noble's lovely ball into the box, but gets his jump wrong. The ball comes off his chest rather than his head and falls into the hands of John Ruddy, who takes it with ease.
Pressure from the home side. Can they make it count?
Former England midfielder on Final Score
"Are they set up more as a counter-attacking side? The question now is can they do it at home. If they can transfer those away performances to Upton Park, they will be a force."
Norwich keeper John Ruddy comes and gets a double fist on the ball to clear. Good, confident, decisive goalkeeping.
Corner is well dealt with by the visitors, but West Ham are swinging some good balls into the box and Sebastian Bassong concedes another corner kick...
At the other end, Diafra Song, sorry Sakho, has West Ham's first shot on goal which is blocked by the Norwich defender.
Left-back Martin Olsson then has to concede a corner...
First attempt on goal, as Cameron Jerome's header from inside the box is straight at Adrian.
Nice for the Spaniard to get his hands on the ball early.
Huddles, handshakes, chest bumps done.
We are under way at Upton Park.Copyright: Getty Images
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Teams are in the tunnel as they wait to emerge onto the pitch. New father Russell Martin, scorer against Liverpool last weekend, beats his chest and pats his face. He looks up for this. Must be those sleepless nights driving him mad!
I was a two-year-old running around in my nappy the last time Norwich won at West Ham...Copyright: #bbcfootball
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"Norwich have had a really good start. They have a brilliant young manager in Alex Neil.
"Their players are organised and believe in the way they're playing. I think they'll be fine this season."
It looks like the West Ham media team are off song this afternoon...
Striker Mauro Zarate is sitting in the changing room having a right giggle to himself.
He has spotted team-mate Diafra Sakho has been called Diafra Song in the match day programme.
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"West Ham are doing great. It’s not going to be easy for them. Their problem is if they feel they are better than the other team then they’re not as good. They feel like they’ll go out and win the game and they don’t do the small, simple things correctly."
West Ham make one change to the side that beat Manchester City last week, with Cheikhou Koyate coming in to replace Pedro Obiang. Striker Andy Carroll is on the bench.
Norwich make two changes to the side that drew against Liverpool. In come Martin Olsson and Wes Hoolahan, as Nathan Redmond drops to the bench and Matt Jarvis is ineligible.
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West Ham are in nose bleed territory, sitting pretty in third place in the table, while Norwich - newly promoted and predicted to struggle this season - have already collected two wins and two draws from their first six games.Copyright: Reuters
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