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Eddie Howe’s problems at Newcastle took another turn last night as the Magpies winless run stretched to 14 with a 1-1 draw with Norwich.

Howe’s Newcastle side wasn’t helped by an early red card for Ciaran Clark but they are still the only top flight side without a win this season after their draw against Norwich.

Clark’s dismissal open the door for Norwich early on as Martin Dubravka kept out Billy Gilmour.

But despite playing with a man light, Newcastle were handed a helping hand on the hour, as Federico Fernandez’s header was handled by Gilmour.

And with the expectant home fans sensing a win, stand in skipper Callum Wilson stepped up to squeeze one past Tim Krul.

However, there was to be no fairytale for Howe as Norwich kept a sting in their tail late on.

Gilmour’s cross was recycled back into the box by Dimitris Giannoulis and Teemu Pukki slipped his man to crash home the equaliser.

Full Time from St. James’ Park it’s Newcastle United 1-1 Norwich City

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