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Krafth And Burn Get 7 | Newcastle United Players Rated In Poor Loss Vs Everton

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Abhinab Ghosh
A 26-year-old sports writer and an aspiring football coach who has road-tripped across the Scottish Highlands, but has never been to Wales. Sucker for cliff-hangers and catchy riffs. Known to be a grunger and not to be a stranger.

Newcastle United locked horns with Everton at Goodison Park earlier tonight as they tried to bounce back by picking up a win on the road. The Magpies held their own in the first 45 minutes and managed to get to the half-time break with a 0-0 scoreline.

The Tyneside outfit found themselves at a numerical advantage when Allan was sent off in the 83rd minute for a reckless challenge. However, Eddie Howe’s men couldn’t take advantage of the situation and ended up conceding a goal to Alex Iwobi in injury-time. The match finished with the Magpies suffering a 1-0 loss away from home.

Let’s take a look at how each Newcastle player performed during the match against the Toffees.

GK: Martin Dubravka – 6.5/10

The talented keeper made a couple of saves during the game and will be disappointed after allowing such a late goal.

RB: Emil Krafth – 7/10

He was strong in the air and gave a good account of himself when defending inside his half.

CB: Fabian Schar – 6/10

Schar made two important defensive contributions but struggled to impress with his performance on the defensive end of the field.

CB: Dan Burn – 7/10

The Newcastle centre-half made multiple clearances at the back and even blocked a couple of goal-bound shots.

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LB: Matt Targett – 6.5/10

He performed his defensive duties well but lacked conviction going forward.

CM: Joe Willock – 6.5/10

Willock made an impact in both halves but failed to help his teammates find the back of the net.

CM: Bruno Guimaraes – 7/10

He had a few promising moments in the game but struggled to be clinical in the final third.

CM: Joelinton – 6/10

Joelinton worked hard but offered very little in the Everton half.

RW: Miguel Almiron – 7/10

He made two good runs with the ball and engineered one key chance from the right.

ST: Chris Wood – 6.5/10

Wood showed some flashes of his aerial dominance but was lackluster in front of the opposition goal.

LW: Ryan Fraser – 6.5/10

He created a couple of decent chances in the final third

Substitutes:

LW: Allan Saint-Maximin – 6.5/10

Saint-Maximin was a constant menace in the opposition half.

RW: Jacob Murphy – N/A

He didn’t get enough time to make an impact.

RB: Javier Manquillo – N/A

The Spaniard came off the bench in injury-time.

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