Fri. Apr 26th, 2019

Newcastle vs Watford Live

Newcastle vs Watford Live

Newcastle vs Watford Live. The magpies, desperate to get up after the fall of the Premier League table in recent weeks, did everything possible to match the energy levels of the hornets and were forced to pay for it.

Newcastle vs Watford Live

The game was completed successfully as a contest before the break, because Newcastle, who only scored once during his flight, already fell by two and never looked like a comeback.

Newcastle vs Watford Free

The first came in the 19th minute, when Will Hughes came from behind the goalkeeper Rob Elliot, and the second went ahead in the first outing, when Deandre Jedlin turned the cross of Marvin Seegelar into his net.



The third was in the 62nd minute when former Burnley player Andre Gray, who became interested in Newcastle in the summer, attacked the penalty area to transfer the cross to the back stand. The three goals were associated with a poor mark on the left flank.

While Watford, whose manager Silva is still the man Everton wants to lead, was well organized and dangerous as they advanced, Newcastle looked like a team fighting for confidence in the last third.

If Josel, who had a good eight-yard early opportunity after a clean game by Jacob Murphy, or Matt Ritchie, who found the 20-yard sideline, put Newcastle ahead in ten minutes, then everything would be different.

But Watford stood firm in the game plan and capitalized, basically providing some weak marks on the right side of Newcastle and an inability to follow Zegelaar.

The spoiler was chosen by the diagonal transition of Christian Cabasel in the assembly before the discoverer. Seegelaar squeezed him and lost the way to Hughes to finish with 18 yards.

Newcastle, who also saw Abdulai Douour confused in the back pillar and Hoselu did not reach the target from a limited angle, fell further when the midfield whistle was just a few steps away.

This time, Richarlison rolled to Seegelaar on the left, where Richie and Yedlin gave him too much space, and when he focused the ball, he deviated from Jedlin and defeated Elliot.

Rafa Benitez was reluctant to make changes at halftime, and Watford had to add a third before he actually did. Gray, the former Newcastle rally, with horror directed his left leg, widely deployed after he played for Yedlin.

However, Gray achieved his goal. When Richarison was granted time and space in Newcastle, he again noticed that the attacker was running and that his curling was perfect to change the line.

When Aleksandar Mitrovich and Mikel Merino were represented with just over 20 minutes, the game was already lost. The final stages were friendlier, and Newcastle accepted his fate.