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Eddie Howe watches Newcastle-Brighton game from stands

Sat 06 November 2021 | 22:25

Newcastle United manager-in-waiting Eddie Howe watched on from the stands as Magpies came from behind to claim a 1-1 draw against 10-man Brighton at the Amex Stadium.

The former

Bournemouth

manager was in attendance at the Amex Stadium as

Newcastle United

extended their winless run to 11 Premier League games.

Leandro Trossard

gave the hosts a deserved lead from the spot in the 24th minute after

Ciaran Clark

brought down the

Brighton

forward inside the area.

Isaac Hayden

scored the equalizer following a well-worked move midway through the second half.

Brighton finished the game with 10 men after goalkeeper

Robert Sanchez

took down

Callum Wilson

in front of an open goal.

Newcastle United have now gone 11 games without a win, the club's worst streak without a league win at any point of the season since a 13-game drought between December 2007 and March 2008. After

Norwich

's victory over

Brentford

, they are the last winless team in this season's top flight.

Former Bournemouth manager Howe, who attended the Brighton game with Newcastle director

Amanda Staveley

, is expected to be confirmed as the club's next manager soon.

He will face Brentford at St James' Park on November 20, after the international break.


source: SportMob

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