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(Reuters) – Newcastle United becoming alone their additional Premier League point of the division afterwards ading a 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace as the home ancillary absent several affairs and hit the woodwork in a belligerent bold on Saay.
Soccer Football – Premier League – Crystal Palace v Newcastle United – Selhurst Park, London, Britain – September 22, 2018 Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka in activity with Newcastle United’s Joselu REUTERS/Ian Walton
Palace were accusable of poor finishing but Newcastle lacked any acid bend up advanced and were advantageous to abstain defeat at Selhurst Park.
The aftereffect larboard Palace 11th on seven credibility from six while the Magpies backward 18th, advanced of basal abandon Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town on ambition aberration afterwards addition lackre performance.
Palace accept now won alone one of their aftermost 16 matches adjoin Newcastle in all compeions, accepting absent a advenious to annals a 200th win in the top flight and their 100th in the Premier League.
The home ancillary bedeviled the aperture bisected and alert came abutting through captain Luka Milivojevic, who activated Newcastle babysitter Martin Duvka with a crimper low attempt afore his floated chargeless bang came off the woodwork.
Newcastle striker Ayoze Perez directed an acrobatic aerial bang beeline an Palace babysitter Wayne Hennessey in the additional bisected afore Mamadou Sakho absent a babysitter at the added end, nch advanced from two metres afterwards an Andros Townsend cross.
Milivojevic was upbeat about the home side’s performance.
“When you can’t win, don’t lose,” he told the BBC.
“We absent abounding chances. In the aboriginal we hit the bar, I ane we adapted three points. We played well, were compact, had acceptable organisation, confused the wl quickly.
“But we absent a 100 percent chance. Sakho capital to do the best, in the end he missed. But accept we drew and will abide to try and improve.”
Writing by Zoran Milosavljevic; Editing by Pritha Sarkar and Ed Osmond
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