Mon. Dec 5th, 2022

Newcastle are unbeaten in 10 video games in all competitions

Nick Pope proved the hero for Newcastle United as Eddie Howe’s aspect beat fellow Premier League membership Crystal Palace in a penalty shootout to achieve the final 16 of the Carabao Cup.

Pope saved spot-kicks from Luka Milivojevic, Jean-Philippe Mateta and Malcolm Ebiowei because the hosts prevailed 3-2 after a goalless 90 minutes.

Chris Wooden, Kieran Trippier and Joelinton every transformed for Newcastle.

The draw for the EFL Cup fourth spherical takes place on Thursday.

Pope the distinction as Newcastle progress

With one Premier League fixture to come back earlier than top-flight soccer pauses for the World Cup break, Newcastle and Palace named eight and 6 modifications respectively following victories for each golf equipment on the weekend.

Newcastle boss Howe handed Allan Saint-Maximin his first begin since late August as he continues to construct his aggressive minutes following harm – however England World Cup hopeful Callum Wilson, who has been battling sickness, was absent from the house squad.

Patrick Vieira, in the meantime, rested Palace forwards Wilfried Zaha and Eberechi Eze as he named six youngsters on the substitutes’ bench.

Either side managed only a single shot heading in the right direction in a primary half missing clear-cut alternatives.

Mateta noticed his strike pushed over the crossbar by Pope because the guests went closest to breaking the impasse earlier than half-time, whereas 20-year-old Elliot Anderson shot straight at Sam Johnstone.

Johnstone was alert to disclaim Wooden after the Newcastle striker intercepted a poor again move by James Tomkins early within the second interval, earlier than Dan Burn’s downward header from a nook bounced kindly for the Eagles goalkeeper.

Substitutes Trippier and Miguel Almiron nearly mixed for a late winner however Johnstone was once more equal to the Paraguayan’s try as Palace withstood late stress to achieve penalties.

The shootout was all about Newcastle primary Pope, although, because the England worldwide’s three saves stored alive the in-form Magpies’ hopes of a primary main home trophy for the reason that FA Cup in 1955.

It was a well timed reminder of Pope’s shootout credentials, together with his heroics coming the evening earlier than England supervisor Gareth Southgate names his last 26-man squad for the World Cup in Qatar.

“I’ve bought to say the primary penalty save, I believed, was proper out of the highest drawer,” stated Howe on goalkeeper Pope.

“There was truly a save within the first half that once more I believed was proper out of the highest drawer as nicely, so it wasn’t simply within the penalty shoot-out. However he is been doing that for us all season.

“He is a really commanding determine however he is stored objective with such low fuss, it form of goes unnoticed what a distinction he is made.”

Newcastle host Chelsea at St James’ Park on Saturday (17:30 GMT) of their last recreation earlier than the World Cup break, after Palace go to Nottingham Forest (15:00).

Line-ups

Newcastle

Formation 4-3-3

22Pope

19Manquillo6Lascelles33Burn13Targett

36S Longstaff8Shelvey7Joelinton

32Anderson20Wood10Saint-Maximin

22Pope19ManquilloSubstituted forTrippierat 66’minutes6Lascelles33BurnSubstituted forBotmanat 66’minutes13Targett36S LongstaffSubstituted forBruno Guimarãesat 66’minutes8ShelveySubstituted forWillockat 86’minutes7Joelinton32AndersonBooked at 39minsSubstituted forAlmirónat 78’minutes20Wood10Saint-MaximinSubstitutes2Trippier4Botman5Schär12Lewis18Karius23Murphy24Almirón28Willock39Bruno GuimarãesCrystal Palace

Formation 3-4-2-1

21Johnstone

2Ward5Tomkins6Guéhi

17Clyne4Milivojevic19Hughes3Mitchell

7Olise9J Ayew

14Mateta

21Johnstone2Ward5Tomkins6Guéhi17Clyne4MilivojevicBooked at 42mins19HughesBooked at 90mins3Mitchell7OliseSubstituted forEbioweiat 78’minutes9J AyewSubstituted forRiedewaldat 78’minutes14MatetaSubstitutes23Ebiowei41Whitworth43Balmer44Riedewald45Gordon55Phillips76Nascimento77Ozoh78Rodney

Referee:Graham Scott

Attendance:51,660

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Match ends, Newcastle United 0(3), Crystal Palace 0(2).

Penalty Shootout ends, Newcastle United 0(3), Crystal Palace 0(2).

Penalty saved! Malcolm Ebiowei (Crystal Palace) fails to capitalise on this nice alternative, left footed shot saved within the backside left nook.

Penalty missed! Unhealthy penalty by Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United) proper footed shot is only a bit too excessive. Bruno Guimarães must be upset.

Penalty saved! Jean-Philippe Mateta (Crystal Palace) fails to capitalise on this nice alternative, proper footed shot saved within the backside proper nook.

Penalty saved! Sven Botman (Newcastle United) fails to capitalise on this nice alternative, left footed shot saved within the high centre of the objective.

Objective! Newcastle United 0(3), Crystal Palace 0(2). Joel Ward (Crystal Palace) converts the penalty with a proper footed shot to the underside left nook.

Objective! Newcastle United 0(3), Crystal Palace 0(1). Joelinton (Newcastle United) converts the penalty with a proper footed shot to the highest left nook.

Objective! Newcastle United 0(2), Crystal Palace 0(1). Will Hughes (Crystal Palace) converts the penalty with a left footed shot to the underside left nook.

Objective! Newcastle United 0(2), Crystal Palace 0. Kieran Trippier (Newcastle United) converts the penalty with a proper footed shot to the highest left nook.

Penalty saved! Luka Milivojevic (Crystal Palace) fails to capitalise on this nice alternative, proper footed shot saved within the backside left nook.

Objective! Newcastle United 0(1), Crystal Palace 0. Chris Wooden (Newcastle United) converts the penalty with a proper footed shot to the highest proper nook.

Penalty Shootout begins Newcastle United 0, Crystal Palace 0.

Second Half ends, Newcastle United 0, Crystal Palace 0.

Try missed. Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United) proper footed shot from outdoors the field misses to the left.

Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United) wins a free kick on the suitable wing.

Foul by Will Hughes (Crystal Palace).

Will Hughes (Crystal Palace) is proven the yellow card.

Bruno Guimarães (Newcastle United) wins a free kick within the defensive half.

Foul by Will Hughes (Crystal Palace).

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