Hull’s 4-3 Norwich win included the worst penalty decision you’ll ever see

Hull City 4 – Norwich City 3

One of the craziest games in England on Saturday was in the Championship, as Hull City beat Norwich City 4-3.

Norwich’s star player and top scorer James Maddison scored a hat-trick in the match against the Tigers, however he still ended up on the losining team.

Maddison is now up to 12 goals of the season for the Canaries.

Hull took the lead through Jackson Irvine in the sixth minute, before Maddison scored three times in 21 minutes.

But Abel Hernandez scored two penalties either side of the halftime break. And Liverpool loanee Harry Wilson sealed the comeback win for Hull with a winner 20 minutes from time.

‘Worst penalty decision you’ll ever see’

Norwich fans have taken to social media on Saturday night to complain about one of the decisions in the game.

Hull’s second penalty, awarded early in the second half, seemed to be given for absolutely nothing.

One suspects that there was an off-the-ball incident, but it appears to be one of the worst penalty decisions of the season.

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