No that is not normal for your eucalyptus. Something is wrong in the roots. Such symptoms usually point to a lack of soil moisture, or fertilizer burn from putting standard type dry fertilizer in the planting hole, or from some root injury prior to or during transplanting. The best thing for you to do not is to maintain good soil moisture but don't keep it soggy wet. Give it time and if the initial damage was not too great it should recover, although with fall coming soon it may be next spring before you see any real signs of regrowth.
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