Newcastle United beat Everton and increased their chances of advancing to the Champions League.
Newcastle won 4-1 in the 33rd round of the 2022-23 season Premier League against Everton held at Goodison Park in Liverpool, England on the morning of the 28th (Korean time). Newcastle showed firepower by scoring 10 goals in two games following a 6-1 win in the 32nd round against Tottenham on the 23rd. With a victory over Everton, Newcastle continued to rank third with a record of 17 wins, 11 draws and 4 losses (62 points), ahead of Tottenham (54 points) in 5th place by 9 points. Newcastle, which was acquired by Saudi Arabia’s sovereign wealth fund last year and is evaluated as having the most powerful financial power in the Premier League, is likely to participate in the UEFA Champions League next season. Expectations are rising for Newcastle to participate in the UEFA Champions League for the first time in 21 years since the 2002-03 season.메이저사이트
In the match against Everton, Newcastle took the lead in the 28th minute with Wilson scoring the opening goal with a right-footed shot in front of the goal. Afterwards, Newcastle widened the score with Joellington’s additional header in front of the goal in the 27th minute of the second half. Afterwards, Newcastle put a wedge in the game with Wilson’s multi-goal in the 30th minute of the second half. Wilson’s right-footed shot from the front of the penalty area went into the upper corner of the goal. Everton scored a comeback goal from McNeil in the 35th minute of the second half, but for Newcastle, Murphy scored the team’s 4th goal in the 1st minute, and the game ended with Newcastle’s sweeping victory.
Newcastle boss Howe said after the game: “The scores in the last two games have been good. Against Everton, the first half wasn’t perfect, but the second half was really good. We scored some great goals.” Wilson, who scored multiple goals against Everton, expressed satisfaction, saying, “We are close to confirming the Premier League top 4. We are going in the right direction.”