Sunday, 4 March 2012

Newcastle Escaped From Defeat In Derby Heat

Rain yellow card and penalty failures coloring Demba Ba 1-1 draw Tyne-Wear derby. Newcastle United and Sunderland share points after playing just as strong in the Tyne-Wear derby that was fierce, Sunday (4/3) evening. This derby is running hot. Not yet a minute, Lee Cattermole had pocketed a yellow card for Cheick Tiote manage. The yellow card is a tenth of the season so Cattermole automatic two-match sanction.

Back up a yellow card from referee Mike Dean's pocket when Yohan Cabaye breaking Phil Bardsley. Apart from these two yellow cards, Sunderland held the initiative to attack and seize opportunities through the efforts of Stephane Sessegnon and Sebastian Larsson. Back hard foul occurred in the 19th minute. Tiote Cattermole back at the beginning of the game. However, the Newcastle midfielder escaped punishment referee Dean. A few minutes later, Dean dropped back two yellow cards at once to James McClean and Danny Simpson are engaged struggle for the ball.

The fifth yellow card awarded to Demba Ba and from the resulting free kick, Sunderland get a penalty for Michael Turner pulled Mike Williamson. Without error, Nicklas Bendtner goalkeeper Tim Krul. Goals came in the 24th minute. Upon the breach, once again the referee awarded a yellow card to Williamson. Goal is to warm the atmosphere of the game. Tempo runs fast with tackle-tackle carried the players without causing chaos. Sunderland keen to find a second goal before halftime as through the efforts of Kieran Richardson on the left wing. Sessegnon crossing received and forwarded to Craig Gardner. Unfortunately, Gardner kick wide.

Before the break, Newcastle rose. Fabricio Coloccini's header off a corner kick to welcome Ryan Taylor, but the ball can be secured goalkeeper Simon Mignolet. Perhaps the best chance then obtained when an attempt from close range hit the crossbar. Opportunity once again created thanks to Taylor's cross. Newcastle seek intentions demonstrated by pulling a goal back Davide Santon out after the break and enter Hatem Ben Arfa. The hosts took the initiative to attack and quickly reap the chance with a header and a kick Cabaye Ba.

Magpies closer to the goal when Williamson's attempt to touch the head of Michael Turner and the ball wide of the Sunderland goal. Previously, Gardner had already been getting a yellow card for breaking Coloccini. Tensions remain high that the match produced a red card to Sessegnon. When affixed Tiote, Sessegnon lifted his left arm to the Newcastle midfielder's face it. Referee Dean mercilessly repel Sessegnon from the field.

Playing with ten men apparently did not undermine the spirit of Sunderland. Bendtner earned two consecutive opportunities and McClean, but they are preventable deftly Krul. Equalize opportunities created in the 83rd minute when substitute Fraizer Campbell dropped haphazardly Shola Ameobi in the restricted area. However, the execution can be read Mignolet and Ba are expected to Newcastle goal was realized.

Ameobi Newcastle deserved to thank after the substitute was scored as the game entered extra time. Williamson gets cross, Ameobi kick between the legs Mignolet to score his seventh appearance in all the Tyne-Wear derby. This derby match was over just as strong, 1-1. That is, Sunderland was able to beat Newcastle in the derby last five meetings. Newcastle now has 44 points in the standings and ranked sixth Sunderland are ten points back. When the game ended and both teams went into the dressing room hallway, Cattermole looks are still not satisfied with protesting to the referee. The action was apparently provoke the second yellow card or red card for Cattermole.

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