Newcastle boss Benitez challenges penalty decision in Palace draw

Newcastle boss Benitez challenges penalty decision in Palace draw

Newcastle United squandered the lead for the second game in succession as Crystal Palace fought back to earn a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park on Sunday.

They remain 16th but at kick-off had been level on 24 points with 19th-placed Huddersfield, Stoke and Swansea. We did well to hold them to a draw in the end.

Darlow was preferred in goal to loan signing Martin Dubravka, who was named on the bench.

Patrick van Aanholt then attacked from left-back and sent Christian Benteke similarly clear, but after another heavy touch the striker struggled for a convincing connection when shooting and Darlow comfortably saved. Joselu leads the club with four goals but the club is hoping that their winter signings help improve the club's ability to score goals.

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They fell behind in the 22nd minute with some bad marking by the Eagles defence as they allowed Kenedy's corner to bounce through a crowd of players and an unmarked Mohamed Diame converted at the far post.

Palace nearly took the lead after just three minutes when Luka Milivojevic's through ball found Wilfried Zaha in space but his first touch took the ball away from him as Karl Darlow gathered comfortably. Luka Milivojevic's spot-kick was nearly kept out by Darlow but the ball squirmed over the line.

Hennessey then pulled off a double save two minutes later when he blocked Kenedy's effort on the left before turning away Perez's shot on the rebound.

With five minutes remaining the again-impressive Zaha found space in the area to shoot at goal but curled high and wide, and then crossed to Benteke when the visitors' desperate defending again prevented a winning goal. Jonjo Shelvey was fortunate the officials missed a blatant shirt tug on James McArthur in the area.

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