Newcastle officially entered the Champions League

Unlucky at home, but Newcastle United officially participates in the Champions League next season.

Newcastle United completely overwhelmed Leicester City at the home of St James’ Park in the context of the need for points to officially attend the Champions League next season.
Luck did not accompany the home team after a situation where Dan Burn headed, causing the ball to bounce out of the hands of goalkeeper Daniel Iversen.
Callum Willson was in the right place to finish but could not win the post in the 40th minute.
Leicester’s goal was constantly in a state of alarm when Newcastle attacked heavily.
In the 71st minute, Bruno Guimaraes headed home from a distance of 1 meter, but the ball still hit the post, but refused to fly into the net. Somehow, Leicester have not conceded a goal against Newcastle despite receiving intense pressure.
The heart-stopping moment for the Squirrel came when Alexander Isak grimaced lying on the field. Fortunately, the Swedish striker can play the full 90 minutes.
Leicester’s weak resistance made the match at St James’ Park take place with a one-way match.
On the day of the ungainly match, Newcastle sadly received a 0-0 draw even though they owned the ball 77%, creating 23 shots. On the Leicester side, throughout the match, James Maddison and his teammates only had 1 attempt to stop the goal and hit the goal.
1 point is enough for Newcastle to officially win tickets to the Champions League next season.
The lucky but precious draw helped Leicester fight for relegation. They are ranked 18th with 31 points and a difference of -18. Meanwhile, Everton in 17th place owns 33 points and has a coefficient of -24.

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