Jamaal Lascelles hails Newcastle United's team spirit

Jamaal Lascelles hails Newcastle United's team spirit

Newcastle United climbed up to fourth in the table with a third successive Premier League win as Stoke City were unable to capitalise on some bad finishing from the home team. The energy is there but we do have our own experience.

Joselu has netted once in four Premier League games under compatriot Rafael Benitez since joining the North-East club; not a bad record, but not a great one, considering he was already in the division, and he'll be aiming to improve on that as the season progresses.

While skipper Jamaal Lascelles saved the day by scoring the victor with 20 minutes left to give Newcastle a third straight victory, Benitez was far from pleased at his side's wastefulness.

"He knows he should have scored a couple, but good teammates get each other out of the s***", The Times quotes him as saying.

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"We will find teams like Newcastle who will show respect and sit back and invite us on and so we've got to be more accurate in our work and our passing".

But Stoke's zonal marking system gave Lascelles an edge.

"We felt comfortable in the second half and when we scored we thought we could go on and win the game".

"We know they're going to be strong in that area, but still we have to make it as hard as possible when they come charging in and we didn't. We got promoted, we came first, why would he take the armband off me?"

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"We can really get about the pitch and get down in people's boots", he added.

"I think if we had drawn that game, it would have felt like a loss, because of the amount of chances we had".

"We lacked the accuracy to release players in good areas to get clear-cut opportunities", he said.

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