Newcastle got to the quarter-finals of the Carabao Mug with a hard-fought sway Bournemouth at St James’ Park.
Adam Smith’s own goal confirmed definitive for the hosts, with the defender inadvertently heading previous Cherries goalkeeper Mark Travers from Kieran Trippier’s outstanding delivery.
It was no more than Eddie Howe’s side was worthy of with the house team developing the mass of the goalscoring chances.
Newcastle will certainly discover that they meet following in Thursday night’s draw.
Magpies employer Howe consisted of goalkeeper Nick Pope, full-back Trippier as well as forward Callum Wilson, that were all component of England’s World Mug team in Qatar, in the starting XI against Howe’s old club.
Switzerland protector Fabian Schar and also Brazil midfielder Bruno Guimaraes also started the competition for a home side that showed up near to complete strength in an initial affordable outing for both clubs since 12 November.
In front of a 51,579 group, Newcastle repetitively gained ground with Trippier, Schar, Miguel Almiron as well as Wilson all going near breaking the deadlock in the very first fifty percent, with the last also having an initiative ruled out for offside.
Gary O’Neil’s figured out and also disciplined Bournemouth side will though also count themselves a little unfavorable after not maximizing their few clear-cut opportunities.
Wales demonstrator Kieffer Moore headed wide when well put, replacement Jack Stacey forced Pope into a great save, and Dominic Solanke also saw a late initiative fantastically blocked by the Newcastle goalkeeper.
Nevertheless, that made certain a 4th quarter-final appearance considering that 2014-15 for Newcastle, beaten finalists in the 1975-76 season.
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Last Updated: 21 December 2022