Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez ‘did not like’ problem on keeper for Wolves equaliser

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez 'didn't like' challenge on keeper for Wolves equaliser

Wolves 1-1 Newcastle: Benitez disenchanted with overdue objective towards Wolves

Rafael Benitez wondered the stoppage-time problem on goalkeeper Martin Dubravka that led to Wolves salvaging a 1-1 draw towards Newcastle.

Defender Willy Boly headed previous the Slovak within the 94th minute, even supposing replays counsel he may have impeded Dubravka in doing so.

“I did not just like the problem on the finish,” stated Magpies boss Benitez.

“You’ve to offer protection to the keeper. We have now been right here for years and it is nonetheless very tricky to provide an explanation for that.”

When requested if Newcastle must have had a free-kick after Boly’s problem, the Spaniard added: “In England they do not perceive the foundations so you’ll say no matter you wish to have to mention.”

Benitez used to be additionally riled when his facet had been defeated 2-1 through Wolves in December, dropping to every other stoppage-time objective.

On the time he made a VAR sign after his defender DeAndre Yedlin used to be proven purple for pulling again Diogo Jota, and he additionally believed Boly must had been pushed aside after catching Ayoze Perez within the penalty space.

On Monday he stated that debutant and report signing Miguel Almiron used to be fouled within the build-up to Wolves’ equaliser.

“Possibly it is a foul sooner than on Almiron too, you’ll say many stuff however it would possibly not exchange what came about, like within the first recreation,” stated Benitez, whose facet were on track for 3 valuable issues of their combat towards relegation following Isaac Hayden’s second-half strike.

“This can be a unhealthy method to concede. We have now another level however this can be a pity as a result of we will have had 3.”

The Magpies moved above Cardiff and into 16th, however are just one level above the relegation puts.

Benitez spoke to referee Graham Scott (moment proper) after the general whistle

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