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Saj Chowdhury

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  1. Post update

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    That is that, loyal readers.

    Congrats to dogged Wolves - another stoppage-time goal.

    Hard luck Newcastle.

    Next up? The Champions League.

  2. Near the other end...

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle


    Newcastle were seconds from joining the '27 Club', they'll just have to make do with joining Cardiff on 25.

    The Magpies are only one point above the drop zone.

    Time for a trip to Spain lads?

  3. Wolves edge closer to 40 points

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

  4. 'I was not happy with some decisions'

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez speaking to Sky Sports on the late equaliser for Wolves: "These kind of balls you can do a little bit better, punch the ball. That’s it.

    "It was not very clear watching the replay. It is something we have to defend better. We know it is England and people will come to the keeper.

    "I was not happy with some decisions from the referee, but overall he was fine."

    That last quote was Benitez responding to a question about the words he exchanged with referee Graham Scott at the end of the game.

    Rafael Benitez
  5. 'Almiron did well'

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez, speaking to Sky Sports, on his decision to introduce new signing Miguel Almiron in the second half: "We needed some fresh legs. He could make the runs. Overall, I think he did well."

  6. Praise for Longstaff

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

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    The 21-year-old made the joint-most passes in the opposition half (31 with Salomon Rondon) and made the most tackles (six).

    He also covered the most ground of Magpies players - 12.65km.

  7. Post update

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez speaking to Sky Sports: "We had to be strong enough defending the cross."

    So basically when asked if he thought it was a foul on Martin Dubravka, he says his side should have done better defending the ball.

    Rafael Benitez
  8. 'We deserved the three points'

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle midfielder Isaac Hayden speaking to Sky Sports: "It’s difficult to put into words. I don’t know whether it’s a foul or not, it looked a foul from the bench. It’s just another bit of bad luck on our part. We deserved the three points but it wasn’t meant to be.

    On goalkeeper Martin Dubravka’s role in the equaliser: "He is a top class goalkeeper; we win as a team, lose as a team and draw as a team, so there will be no blame at his door.

    "We all have to take responsibility. Everyone has made mistakes throughout the season but we just have to stick together and get as many points as we can."

    Isaac Hayden and Rafael Benitez
  9. Post update

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez spoke about the importance of having VAR when his side were beaten by Wolves in December.

    Methinks that topic might crop up again.

    Rafael Benitez
  10. 'We always believed in ourselves'

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Wolves captain Conor Coady speaking to Sky Sports: "We always keep going right to the end, it epitomises this team. We were never going to stop and I thought we deserved something out of the game.

    "We kept on going and got the draw in the end. We always believed in ourselves, we have some real good characters in the squad.

    "Newcastle set up well and they frustrated us but I thought we deserved a point.

    "We are improving, we still have some improving to do, but to show fight like that is encouraging."

    Conor Coady
  11. 'The referees must decide in a second'

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle


    Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo talking to BBC Sport:

    "It came late, but the performance deserved goals. We created situations but the final touch was not there. It is something we must improve and be more clinical. Credit to Newcastle they were so organised. Last minute shows the character of the team.

    Foul on the keeper?

    "I didn’t see the images yet. I will answer this question in the press conference of course. I don’t judge the work of the referees because it is so hard. The referees are so well prepared and must decide in a second.

    "We should have done better, but the effort in the last minute and the way they believed shows character. But we require a lot of improvement."

    Willy Boly
  12. Actually, let's take another look at that

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Now then.

    Having watched the replay and having a looked at the pics below, it seems as if Boly pushes his arms down on Dubravka's shoulders to prevent the keeper from getting much elevation.

    In the two pics you can see ref Graham Scott [far right], who seemed to have a good view of the incident.

    Apologies Martin for stating that was an error, it now looks like you were fouled.

    Willy Boly leaps
    Willy Boly connects
  13. Another error from Dubravka

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    The usually highly-reliable Slovak has now made two errors which have cost his side points.

    There was the poor attempt to save Son Heung-min's strike at Wembley and now it seems his decision to try to catch the ball rather than push it behind him has resulted in Newcastle missing out on three valuable points.

    Martin Dubravka
  14. Push or not a push? That is the question

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Willy Boly

    Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    What is it with Wolves and these stoppage time goals against Newcastle?

    Wolves celebrate
  16. GOAL - Wolves 1-1 Newcastle

    Willy Boly

    They love a late one.

    The ball is swung to the far post, and both Willy Boly and Martin Dubravka go for it.

    The Slovak looks to try to collect the cross but instead Boly heads in.

    The visitors protest that Dubravka was shoved but ref Graham Scott waves them away.

    Magpies boss Rafa Benitez is furious with the decision, or was he furious with the time played - the assistant showed 'four minutes' but five were played.

    Willy Boly
  17. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Newcastle

    Adama Traore falls in the area!!!


    Ref Graham Scott says, "No"!

    Seconds remaining.


  18. Post update

    Wolves 0-1 Newcastle

    Remember Newcastle conceded in the 94th minute when they last met.

    Wolves have....yup...another corner.


    Wolves 0-1 Newcastle

    Now then.

    That went out didn't it? Apparently not.

    Salomon Rondon keeps Matt Ritchie's pass from going out for a throw-in, He finds Miguel Almiron, who delivers a cross to Ayoze Perez.

    The Spaniard's first time shot clears the bar.

    That is his final piece of action ce soir as he is replaced by Javier Manquillo.