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Score 4-4 Appears Again in the 2023/2024 Premier League, This Time Newcastle Vs Luton

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Score 4-4 Appears Again in the 2023/2024 Premier League, This Time Newcastle Vs Luton

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A fierce duel occurred at that time Newcastle United meet Luton Town which ended 4-4. This eight-goal drama is not the first time this has happened this season.

The match was held at St James’ Park, Saturday (3/2/2024) evening WIB. The hosts took a 2-1 lead before 25 minutes of play thanks to a pair of goals from Sean Longstaff which Gabriel Osho equalized.

Luton equalized the score in the 40th minute through Ross Barkley. Luton took a 4-2 lead through penalties from Carlton Morris in the 59th minute and Elijah Adebayo in the 62nd minute.

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However, Newcastle was reluctant to give up to equalize the score at 4-4 after Kieran Trippier and Harvey Barnes scored goals in the 67th and 73rd minutes. No more goals were scored until the end of the match so both teams had to be satisfied with one point.

Newcastle with 33 points has still not moved from ninth position Premier League standings. Newcastle’s back line problem is still a problem because they conceded at least three goals in the last three home games, a total of 10 goals.

This 4-4 score also raises a unique note because it is the second time this has happened this season, after the Chelsea vs Manchester City duel at Stamford Bridge a few months ago.

Two 4-4 scores this season are rare because they first occurred in 2011/2012 when Manchester United drew 4-4 against Everton and Swansea City 4-4 against Wolverhampton.

“Honestly, I don’t know what to feel. Without meaning to underestimate Luton, I think we should have won at home. We should have won after winning twice. This is the most important point of the season,” said Sean Longstaff on BBC Sport.

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