Fans slam choice to disallow Joelinton’s objective; ‘sh*thouse’ Jacob Murphy waves off Caleta-Car


Fans slam the choice to disallow Joelinton’s objective for handball and ‘sh*thouse’ Jacob Murphy waves off Duje Caleta-Car after his pink card.

Newcastle United thought they took the lead on the thirty ninth minute when the strike was disallowed by VAR as a result of they didn’t have sufficient proof to overturn Stuart Atwell’s choice at St Mary’s.

Joelinton was satisfied he had put the away facet forward when he scored from six yards out simply earlier than the break.

He was deemed to have dealt with the ball after he introduced it underneath management previous to his end.

After Southampton gamers raised the matter, Atwell didn’t hesitate to blow his whistle instantly and it was dominated out, earlier than Newcastle’s Joelinton obtained one other objective within the second half, this time completely superb, nevertheless they go into the second leg with a 1-0 combination moderately than 2-0.

Many Magpies supporters thought that the ball had struck Joelinton’s physique, not his hand. VAR examined the incident and concluded that there was not sufficient proof to reverse their choice.

VAR got here to Newcastle’s assist nevertheless halfway via the second interval when Adam Armstrong felt that he had scored for the hosts.

Though the ex-Newcastle participant was capable of rating from shut vary, it appeared that Armstrong had dealt with the ball himself.


After being despatched off within the cup semi ultimate first leg, Jacob Murphy humbly waved goodbye to Duje Caleta-Car, what a sight it was.

Murphy was the main target of the conflict, after he mocked Caleta-Car’s sending off.

Within the 86th, the Croatian participant was given a second yellow card. The Newcastle winger gave him a wild send-off.

In an act of elite sh*thousery, the 27-year-old was seen waving goodbye to Caleta-Car on TV cameras.

Because the Southampton defender left the pitch, they locked eyes.

Newcastle’s Bruno Guimaraes tells Sky Sports activities: “We controlled the game but we missed big chances.

“It’s just the first game now we need to think about the next one. I’m proud of the team today.

“One goal is important, we could score more but most important was to be one-goal in front of Southampton.

“I want to thank Nick Pope I think he’s the best goalkeeper in the world.

“Let’s keep it going.”

Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope tells Sky Sports activities: “I let one in and VAR helped us out.

“We’re happy with the defensive aspect of the game, we look solid at the back and the boys work hard to make it happen.”

On Joelinton’s objective: “Great finish, great team goal. It’s never easy when you come into a two-legged semi-final but you always want to get ahead and win the first leg.

“Every footballer wants to be part of, big semi-finals and delivering for fans.

“It’s something you dream of.”

Newcastle supervisor Eddie Howe on Sky Sports activities: “Tough game, both sides had their moments and had chances to win the game, but we know it’s only half time and there’s a long way to go.

“We created chances today, we weren’t clinical until the goal.

“It’s been a good day but there’s still a long way to go in the tie. I can’t be critical in any way. We defended well, Nick made some big saves again.

“The two saves he made were big moments. Adams’ one-on-one was at a huge time in the game when they were growing into it and the crowd were getting up but Nick stepped up and kept us in it.

“He’s been outstanding for us this year, the defence has played very well in front of him but when called upon he’s delivered for us.

“Pleased to win, that was our aim but we know 1-0 is delicate nothing is decided.

“We go back to St James’ with our fans behind us.”

Southampton boss Nathan Jones chatting with Sky Sports activities: “I am really proud of the level of performance. These are a top side, big physical and athletic. They have had time to recruit and recruited that way and they are a real tough side to play against.

“I thought we were excellent. They had a couple of big chances and we had a couple of big chances. For us to compete and be like we were it shows we have come a long way and in the second half we went after the game. We really stepped it up.

“We just lacked a little bit of quality in terms of wide areas, once we get that confidence and get one or two in we will be a different threat. I am really proud of them.”

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