Cut the points yourself! Norwich narrowly chases Newcastle down 10 men, still not out of the red zone.

Manager Dean Smith’s “canary yellow” failed to win unfortunately after having to take the side to draw 10 men left Newcastle since the start of the game 1-1 without defeat in 4 league games in a row, moving up. No. 18, as for “Salika Dong”, the plum has not won anyone. In the English Premier League football on Tuesday night.

Stadium: St James’ Park

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has not beaten anyone this season. In their last game, they lost 0-2 to Arsenal in the weekend game.

As for Dean Smith, the team draws with Wolverhampton Wanderers. Came in at the weekend 0-0, being unbeaten in 3 consecutive league games.

Opening the first half, 5 minutes, “Salikadong” greeted first from the ball on the left of Allan Saint-Maximin. The tune pulls the rhythm before depositing it back in for Jonjo Shelvey to set up a fort with the right side of the bike to glide across the beam behind it.

In the ninth minute, the hosts had to come down to 10 with a mistake by Kieran Clark’s poor tackle before deciding to pull Teemu Pukki out of a solo challenge with referee Martin Dubravka. Wait, hold a red card, immediately kicked out of the field

from a continuous rhythm “Canary yellow” narrowly soared out of Billy Gilmour’s free-kick, ran to spin with the ball on the right, curved over the wall, almost hitting the first post, at the end of Martin Dubravka, a little.

In the 20th minute, it became Newcastle, with more finishing strokes than Allan Saint-Maximin. Show style to escape the players Norwich before stabbing into the back into the way, Joelinton compressed with the right hand, Tim Krul slipped a little over the crossbar.

First half ends, Newcastle 0, Norwich 0.

The second half passed 10 minutes, Newcastle narrowly got a penalty as Lucas Rupp went to the edge of the trap. Jolinton fell onto the penalty area line. The referee let the game continue and there was no reverse signal. After VAR as well

But then in the 58th minute, the hosts took the lead 1-0 from a corner kick on the right, Federico Fernandez hit the ball into the hands of Billy Gilmour, the referee waited to check VAR for a long time. Let’s go out and see for yourself and turn to blow a penalty. Callum Wilson kills to be saved. Tim Krul bounces under the crossbar into the door.

In the 69th minute, from the counter-attack, Callum Wilson threw the ball on the right to Allan Saint-Maximin. Use the speed inserted to collect snatched into the penalty area before beating with the right to stuff the first post over the crossbar unfortunately.

But then in the 79th minute, Norwich equalized to 1-1 from the ball on the right of Billy Gilmour, dropped into the penalty area deep to Martin Dubravka, rounded out into Dimitris Jian’s way. Nulis lifted back in for Teemu Pukki to hit the garden with a beautiful net left.

In injury time, Newcastle narrowly entered Fabian Schar’s negligence when Pierre Lees-Melu snatched a single ball into the penalty area, but Martin Dubravka’s shot in the foot was an incredible save.

After that, no more scores, the end of the game, Newcastle 1, Norwich 1.

List of players who actually played on the field

Newcastle (4-4-2) : Martin Dubravka – Javier Manquillo, Fabian Schar, Ciaran Clark, Jamal Luis – Ryan Fraser (Federico Fernandes) Daze, n. 11), Joe Willock (Isaac Hayden, n. 72), Jonjo Shelvey, Allan Saint-Maximin (Miguel Almiron) 77) – Jolinton, Callum Wilson

Trainer: Eddie Howe

Norwich (4-1-4-1) : Tim Krul – Max Aarons, Grant Hanley, Ben Gibson, Brandon Williams (Dimitris Giannulis, 73) – Lucas Rupp. – Josh Sargent (Adam Idah, 67), Billy Gilmour, Kenny McLean, Christos Solis (Pierre Lees Melu, 46) – Teemu Pookie

Trainer: Dean Smith

Referee: Andy Madley

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