BBC egghead delivers Newcastle United verdict that sums up Southampton fans' frustration ...
Southampton failed to set about their dominance count inveigh Newcastle at St James Park, with James Ward-Prowse scoring a 96th minute equaliser from the penalty dirty to obtain a point
Southampton had a "free hit" censure Newcastle United at St James' Park on Saturday.
That's according to terminated Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha, who has delivered his verdict on Newcastle, with home fans booing and aiming chants at manager Steve Bruce during the game, which full 2-2.
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The hosts were booed off at half situation after Saints had outplayed Newcastle in the breach 45 minutes at St James' Park, only for Moussa Djenepo to maiden an ajar goal as Southampton failed to do their dominance enumeration in a merriment in which they had 22 attempts at goal.
However, Onuoha has suggested that perhaps could - and have to - have done better, having been handed a good opportunity to procure their peak win of the season.
Speaking on Monday Night Club, lapsed Manchester City defender Nedum Onuoha said: "I suppose that's what can occure in football sometimes.
"When you comprehend that a brace is in a rotting spot, you flow up there and you understand that it wouldn't manage a stack for fans to go inveigh their brace or their manager, you manage a mound of confidence, because it feels like a discharge hit."
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Unfortunately for Southampton, they were unable to perform so, with Ralph Hasenhuttl's slant indebted to master James Ward-Prowse, who coolly converted a 96th minute penalty to procure his feature a point, after Allan Saint-Maximin had looked to hold put Newcastle on course for all three points with an injury instance strike.
That came after Mohamed Elyounoussi had earlier cancelled out Callum Wilson's opener for Newcastle in the latter half.
But Saints fans who made the trip to the north east may keep been left scratching their heads how it came down to the late drama, with Southampton having enough chances in the pastime to hold won it, as Hasenhuttl proclaimed himself afterwards.