Football: Premier League 14 games and counting without win for Newcastle

Newcastle’s horrifying sit tight for a first success in the Premier League this season is going into December.

It’s 14 games and counting without a triumph for the upper east club, which as of late went under Saudi possession, after a 1-1 attract at home to Norwich that hollowed the last two groups in the association against one another on Tuesday.

Newcastle United’s Ciaran Clark is sent off during the English Premier League soccer match between Newcastle United and Norwich City at St James’ Park, Newcastle, England, Tuesday Nov. 30, 2021. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)

Newcastle, which is in last spot, turned into the fourth group to neglect to win any of their initial 14 matches in a Premier League crusade, as indicated by Opta, the association’s measurements provider. The past three _ Swindon (1993-94), Queens Park Rangers (2012-13) and Sheffield United (last season) _ all proceeded to get consigned.

The visit of Norwich addressed maybe Newcastle’s most obvious opportunity with regards to getting that slippery success, yet a 10th moment red card for focus back Ciaran Clark _ for cutting down Teemu Pukki when last man _ left Eddie Howe’s group with a tough assignment at St. James’ Park.

Indeed, even a man down, Newcastle looked the more hazardous group and started to lead the pack in the 61st moment when Callum Wilson changed over a punishment after Federico Fernandez’s header struck the lifted hand of Billy Gilmour.

Pukki adjusted in the 79th with a left-footed volley into the top corner.

“It’s a botched chance,” Newcastle midfielder Jonjo Shelvey said. “We protected splendidly all through _ everybody to a man worked their socks off. It’s awful the red card early entryways gave us a mountain to ascend.”

Newcastle, which is on seven focuses, moved to inside two places of Burnley, which has played two games less. Norwich is a point further ahead and is unbeaten in three games since Dean Smith was recruited as supervisor to supplant Daniel Farke.


Leeds was one more beneficiary of a punishment for a raised arm obstructing an objective bound header at a corner, and Raphinha exploited.

The Brazil winger changed over it coolly in the third moment of stoppage time to procure Leeds just its third win of the period and move Marcelo Bielsa’s group five focuses over the transfer zone.

Marc Guehi was the offender, loosening up his arm to impede a headed endeavor by Liam Cooper. Once more, it required the ref to check the pitchside screen before the punishment was at long last granted.

Royal residence has lost consecutive games to slow down the force the group had under supervisor Patrick Vieira.

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