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Report: Joelinton was absolutely furious with what 24-year-old Newcastle teammate did against Everton
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Report: Joelinton was absolutely furious with what 24-year-old Newcastle teammate did against Everton

Newcastle United enjoyed another impressive victory, beating Everton 1-0 at St. James’ Park.

Eddie Howe would have liked his team to put the game to bed earlier, although in truth Everton failed to create any clear-cut chances.

A report from Chronicle Live looked at some of the key moments of the match that may have been missed.

One of those involved Newcastle midfielder Joelinton, who started his second game on the bounce after recovering from a slight knock.

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Joelinton was absolutely furious with teammate Bruno Guimaraes at one point during the first half.

Chronicle Live state that he was seen ‘furiously punching the floor’ after Guimaraes shot instead of passing to the Brazilian.

The pair have formed a fantastic partnership in the middle of the park this season.

However, Joelinton’s reaction suggests they’re still not always on the same wavelength.

Joelinton was absolutely furious with Guimaraes

It’s hard to imagine Joelinton stayed mad at Guimaraes for long.

Newcastle’s number seven was substituted at half-time by Howe, possibly because of the booking he received in the first-half.

Joelinton would have been able to watch a Guimaraes masterclass in the middle of the pitch from the sidelines.

On Match of the Day, Micah Richards was blown away by the 24-year-old’s performance.

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He controlled the game from central midfield, and assisted Miguel Almiron’s stunning goal.

Guimaraes was in a confident mood after the match, suggesting that Newcastle could possibly be looking at a top four finish.

The Brazilian pair are certainly two of Howe’s most important players in his current system.

After Joelinton furious reaction to his shot yesterday, Guimaraes may consider passing rather than shooting in future.

However, given Joelinton’s questionable record in front of goal since arriving on Tyneside, Guimaraes may feel justified in his decision.

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