Newcastle 1 – 1 Beymouth

Alexander Isak’s penalty saved Newcastle’s 1-1 draw against Bournemouth on a frustrating Saturday afternoon at St James’ Park for Eddie Howe against his former club.

Bournemouth advanced against Ser Play through Philip Billing (62) as midfielder turned Jordan Zemora’s cross close to the post, but Isak equalized with his first home goal for Newcastle (67) after a handball by Jefferson Lerma was spotted before. VAR.

Alexander Isaacs tied for Newcastle with a penalty kick

Newcastle and Joelinton’s Kieran Trippier hit the post in the first half before Neto denied Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto and Ryan Fraser two crucial saves just before the end of the first half.

Kieran Trippier takes a free kick only to see it hit the post
Kieran Trippier takes a free kick only to see it hit the post

Bournemouth, who missed a huge opportunity through Marcus Tavernier in the first half, defended resolutely and deserved a point to rise to 12th, level with eight points with Magpies, who have not won the league since day one of the season. season.

Player ratings

Newcastle: Bob (5), Trippier (8), Char (7), Byrne (7), Target (6), Guimarães (6), Willock (6), Joelinton (7), Almiron (6), Fraser (6), Isaac (6).

Subs: Wood (unknown), Murphy (6), Longstaff (6).

Bournemouth: Neto (8), Smith (7), Senese (6), Mifam (6), Zimora (7), Lerma (7), Cook (7), Christie (7), Billing (7), Tavernier (7), Solanki (6).

Subs: Stephens (unavailable), Stacey (unavailable), Moore (unknown), Anthony (unavailable).

man of the match: Kieran Trippier.

How Bournemouth struggled to draw at St James’ Park

Newcastle got off to a great start and dominated possession in the first half, but the first big chance fell to Bournemouth as Tavernier failed to capitalize on Nick Pope’s presence in no-man’s-land, with his header Zemora’s cross floating a few yards.

Trippier was at the center of all that Newcastle did well going forward, and came close to breaking the deadlock with a free kick that hit the post – from a position very similar to the one. He scored during the 3-3 draw against Manchester City earlier in the season.

Team news

  • Newcastle midfielder Bruno Guimaraes has returned to the starting line-up after recovering from a hamstring injury.
  • Bournemouth captain Lloyd Kelly missed out on injury and was replaced by Marcus Sensi.

Newcastle hit the goal frame again through Joelinton from inside the penalty area at the end of the first half moments before Bournemouth goalkeeper Neto made two crucial saves in quick succession, denying Joelinton an angle from outside the six-yard area and pulling away from Ryan Fraser. Try 18 yards.

Bournemouth continued to frustrate Newcastle as they threatened in the break, and made the hosts pay the price when Billing drove Zimora’s promotional serve past England goalkeeper Bob in the near corner as the home side’s crowd fell silent.

Newcastle made a quick response when Trippier was awarded a penalty when a cross passed Bournemouth’s Lerma in the penalty area. Referee Craig Pawson did not initially detect the violation, but awarded the penalty after he was instructed to go to his monitor by the VAR.

Isaac who was Signed for 63 million pounds from Real Sociedad In the final week of the summer transfer window, he stepped up and sent Neto down the wrong path with a quiet finish to lift Newcastle’s level and maintain his unbeaten home record this season (W1, D3).

Howe: Something’s missing from our performance

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Newcastle manager Eddie Howe believes his side were missing something in their draw with Bournemouth.

Newcastle coach Eddie Howe said:

“I think it’s a fair result. We are disappointed with our performance, there was something missing from us today. We weren’t quite ourselves.

“The opponent played deep, a lot of guys behind the ball, very compact and didn’t take much risk. But we knew that was coming, we prepared for it, there were no surprises for us. It was up to us to smash that.

“The fans stayed with us, so there is no one else to look at but us. We need to analyze the match and see what we could have done better.”

O’Neill is frustrated with the pen: What is Lerma supposed to do?

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Newcastle manager Eddie Howe believes his side were missing something in their draw with Bournemouth.

Bournemouth interim coach Gary O’Neill said:

“I was really disappointed with the penalty, I’ve seen it again a few times. I don’t know what Jefferson Lerma was really supposed to do. He’s not looking, his arms were by his side and there’s no way he meant to hit his hand that or his hand is in an unnatural position .

“It’s really hard, especially after Lloyd Kelly in Forest they looked at her and decided not to turn on her, and then for them to turn her around, I thought she was hard on the boys.

“Newcastle is a good team, they are very aggressive and play forward a lot. We struggled in moments but the boys stood up to him and we knew it would look like that.

“Early in the game we were trying to be a tad more aggressive, but as the match goes on and they are in control we have to withdraw and we need to be rational and defend our area.”

What’s Next?

After the international break, Newcastle meet Fulham at Craven Cottage, while Bournemouth host Brentford, with both games kicking off at 3pm on Saturday 1 October.