Sunday , February 28 2021

Waking up of Newcastle continues to win over Burnley in the Premier League

Ben Mei Ben Bernanke scored a goal against his side during his match against Newcastle at Burnley on Monday. Photo: Jason Cairndov – Reuters (Pictures are for editorial purposes only.)

(Reuters) – Newcastle United is moving away from the Premier League league area in England after Ben Me scored a foul and Kieran Clark re-headed to help the team win a 2-1 win at Burnley on Monday.

Newcastle celebrated their third consecutive victory in the Premier League after failing to win any of the top 10 games to move on to the 13th place with 12 of 13 games.

Newcastle is four clear points of the fall zone, three points ahead of Burnley, 17, which continued to run untreated up to six games.

Newcastle coach Rafael Benitez praised the team's squad following its strong performance.

"We have an idea of ​​how we are doing," said Benitez at Sky Sports. We protected well and our efforts and attitude were extremely outstanding.

"We suffered a little before the end and we could score the third goal. The team's defenders did a good job because Burnley's attackers were outstanding."

The game was deferred for half an hour after the meeting observer Eddie Wollstenholm was unconscious in the corridor that led to chambers and players. The observer was transferred to hospital, but as soon as the first game Newcastle began to extend the first half until he won.

After being prepared and edited by Ahmed Abdel Latif for the Arabic publication

Source link