Newcastle – clouds were still not willing to move from Newcastle city when their beloved club, Newcastle United, returned defeat that made the Magpies equaled bad nicks in 1977.
This time Swansea City supporters were hurt when the club from Wales Newcastle won 3-2 at St James’ Park on Saturday (25/4) night. Whereas Newcastle was ahead in the 20th minute goal by Ayoze Perez.
But Nelson Oliveira evened the score 1-1 in the 45th minute and then two consecutive goals from Gylfi Sigurdsson and Jack Cork, respectively in the 50th minute and the 71st, made the Newcastle left behind 1-3 before eventually reduce the score in minutes 87th goal by Siem De Jong.
Results against Swansea finished seventh straight defeat Newcastle in the league after last scored in the 1-0 win over Aston Villa, February 21, or two months ago. Opta chronicled these successive defeats recently experienced twice Newcastle, where the first in 1977 when they lost 10 games in a row between August and October.
In addition, 26 goals were lodged in Newcastle goalkeeper moment is that most home games between other teams this season. This defeat is certainly increasingly marginalize the position of John Carver as caretaker for his team are now stuck in 14th position with 37 points, just seven points ahead of Sunderland in 18th position.
“When you are at a low point then your confidence will decline. Once again we showed our character, the players keep the spirit until the end of the game,” Carver said on the BBC.
“Ayoze Perez had a good chance when we fell behind 1-3 and Siem de Jong scored the second goal, we keep playing like that but it was not enough,” he continued.