Joelinton brings Newcastle one step closer to Carabao Cup final – Gapuran Sport

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Jolinton fired Newcastle one step closer to Wembley with victory in the Carabao Cup semi-final first leg at Southampton.

The Brazilian, who saw the goal disallowed as well and felt guilty for missing out, secured a 1-0 win for the Magpies with a low cross from Alexander Isak backing up with 17 minutes to go for the evening at St Mary’s.

The Saints thought they passed Adam’s checkpoint. Armstrong quickly left Newcastle’s Academy. But his combined effort was ruled out for handball after VAR’s intervention.

Joelinton had a first-half effort that was controversial for a deciding handball. as he wasted fire with a gaping target early in the second period.

Southampton ended a frantic encounter with 10 players after defender Duje Caleta-Car was sent off four minutes from time for a second offence.

The hosts had a fair chance to head north-east, but Nick Pope was inspired to stop Chedams. In addition to Armstrong’s disappointment towards his childhood side.

Newcastle arrive on the south coast with manager Eddie Howe motivating his side to take the next step as the club chase their first major domestic trophy since 1955.

The high-flying Magpies are stuck with the team, which started Saturday’s goalless Premier League draw at Crystal Palace, while the troubled Saints made four changes, including full debuts in signings Carlos Alcaraz and Mislav. Orsic in January

Howe’s men had an uninteresting debut period that lacked quality and opportunity. But there is an important point.

Newcastle midfielder Joe Willock is at the heart of their most promising opener.

The former Arsenal player unfortunately scored twice when left unmarked. before igniting a controversial incident in the 39th minute with a wide open left and cutting in on Lyanco to force Saints and Ireland goalkeeper Gavin Bazunu to a low stop.

even if Mohammed Salisu manages to block Callum Wilson’s first follow-up attempt, but Jolinton jabs the ball home. Only referee Stuart Atwell punished him for handball.

VAR was used in this round. But despite the intense debate as to where the ball hit Jolinton, The decision on the field was not reversed.

Then there was a worrying scene when Southampton winger Moussa Djenepo was forced to retire after a heavy clash with away goalkeeper Pope and was replaced by Armstrong.

Newcastle were 4-1 winners at this stadium in the Premier League in November. This led to the sacking of former Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl.

It was Miguel Almiron who scored the opening goal of the day. And he created two golden chances early in the second period. While the visiting team tried to get rid of disappointment in the first half

Joelinton fired over the goal in the 53rd minute after Almiron made a one-two with Shaun. Longstaff on the right, before Sven Botman fired into the side-netting from a more difficult opening a minute later.

Pope kept nine consecutive clean sheets after conceding here less than three months ago.

The England goalkeeper underscored his universality by denying Adams twice. First time after Alcaraz sent Saints substitute before Newcastle can seize the opportunity

Sweden striker Isak lunged off Lyanco on the right and delivered a perfect low cross for Joelinton, finally putting his name on the scoresheet.

Newcastle’s sold-out away game continued to delight with their chances of reaching the Wembley Cup final for the first time since 1999, when Southampton thought they were a draw.

Armstrong finishes sloppy after Samuel Edosi crosses the ball but Stockley Park cuts off his delight.

Then the mood threatened to boil in the closing moments.

Meeting between Bruno Guimaraes and Lianco ignite a massive brawl. before Caleta-Car, who warned that Almiron would scold him in the first half Will be sent out for snatching Allan. Saint-Maximin

Isak nearly doubled his advantage in the rise time. But hit the side net after swiping Bazunu.

Newcastle now have a free week to prepare for their reunion. The Saints went to St James’ Park after their FA Cup fourth round tie against Blackpool.

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