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Jonny’s equaliser was just his second Premier League goal for Wolves and first since September 2018A close-range finish from Jonny ensured Wolves fought back to earn a battling point against Newcastle at St James’ Park.Spaniard Jonny volleyed home from six yards after goalkeeper Martin Dubravka had fumbled Matt Doherty’s cross into his path to cap a much-improved second-half display from Nuno Espirito Santo’s side.Magpies captain Jamaal Lascelles scored the opener with a powerful near-post header from Federico Fernandez’s cross to light up what had been a largely dour first half.Newcastle ended the game with 10 men when midfielder Sean Longstaff was sent off late on for a high challenge on Ruben Neves.Doherty very nearly secured all three points for Wolves in stoppage time, but his header across goal from Raul Jimenez’s cross flashed just wide.Follow the rest of Sunday’s Premier League actionResilient Wolves maintain upward momentumThree successive defeats in September raised doubts about Wolves’ ability to balance the demands of domestic and European football, as well as build on their impressive campaign last year.But this result at makes it eight games unbeaten in all competitions, suggesting they are more than adept at coping with the extra matches in their fixture list.If anything, they have shown an extra resilience, with 13 of their last 14 Premier League goals scored in the second half of matches, including Jonny’s leveller at St James’ Park.Wolves boss Nuno once again freshened up his side, making five changes to the team that came from behind to win against Slovan Bratislava in the Europa League Thursday.One of those changes was enforced, with defender Willy Boly suffering a fractured ankle in training on Saturday.A formation change at half-time proved the spark for that victory in Slovakia and Nuno very nearly repeated the trick here.
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