latest Newcastle united News: Newcastle dressing room photo after Brentford win were not what you imagine
With a 2-0 win over Brentford on Saturday, Newcastle United moved four points clear of the relegation zone, but the players realize there is still a lot of work to be done.
Newcastle United manager Eddie Howe admitted that his players were not ‘jumping up and down’ after their win against Brentford because they realize they still have a long way to go.
Following a 2-0 win over Brentford in London on Saturday, Newcastle moved up to 14th position.
Despite the fact that Josh Dasilva’s red card in the 11th minute transformed the game, Newcastle took full advantage, as goals from Joelinton and Joe Willock practically clinched the victory before halftime.
With the win, Newcastle moved four points clear of the relegation zone, and they have now gone seven games without losing in the Premier League for the first time since 2011.
Newcastle were 12 points below Brentford at one point last month after just winning one game all season, but the black-and-whites have now climbed above the struggling Bees in the table after a run of four victories in their previous five games under Eddie Howe.
Despite the fact that the players sat for a team photo with staff after the game, they were not overjoyed, as there is still a third of the season to go.
“The changing room afterwards wasn’t what you might imagine,” Howe told Zoom reporters.
“The boys were ecstatic, but they weren’t overreacting by leaping up and down.
“That is why I want to congratulate them on their responses to both happy and unpleasant events, since this is a genuine test of their character.
“The guys are pleased and that creates a good feeling, and there’s no sense that we have achieved our goal yet so the players are well-aware there is a long way to go.”
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