‘Enraged at the draw against Leeds’ Newcastle fan technical area intrusion, manager Howe pushed

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe has been involved in an accident after colliding with a spectator who entered the ground after a 2-2 draw with relegation-zone Leeds United.

Newcastle, which is challenging for the European Champions ticket after 21 years, drew 2-2 in the 36th round of the English Premier League (EPL) held at Elland Road in Leeds, England on the 13th (Korean time).

Newcastle gave up the opening goal to Leeds Luke Ailing in the 7th minute of the first half and was on the verge of conceding a penalty kick in the 25th minute of the first half, but Patrick Bamford’s shot was blocked by Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope and escaped the crisis.

In the 30th minute of the first half, in the 30th minute of the penalty kick, Callum Wilson shook the net and turned the game 1-1. However, in the 34th minute of the second half, Rasmus Christensen scored an equalizer and Leeds drew 2-2, dramatic.

Newcastle fans were furious when 3rd place Newcastle missed all three points and missed the opportunity to escape from the top 4 competition with 4th place Manchester United (63 points) and 5th place Liverpool (62 points) with 66 points. During injury time, a male fan broke into the ground and infiltrated the technical area to face Coach Howe. The 카지노사이트 man protested by grabbing Howe’s arm and shoving his chest with his left hand, and the incident ended when the coaching staff and security guards rushed at him and sent the man out of the tunnel. Coach Howe, who was asked about this scene after the game, said, “I was really surprised,” and said, “I was concentrating on the game. I never expected this to happen.”

On the other hand, if Man Utd wins in the Man Utd-Wolverhampton game that will be held at 11 pm on this day, the points of Newcastle and Man Utd will be the same. On the other hand, Leeds, in the relegation zone, accumulated a valuable point on the day, with 31 points, 19th place Leicester City (30 points), 17th place Everton (32 points), 1 point difference, 6th place Nottingham (33 points) and 2 points difference, 18th place, Remaining hope alive.

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