Wolverhampton Wanderers were poor last night, but came away from St. James’ Park with a point.

Nuno Espirito Santo’s side once again drew 1-1 with Newcastle United, and that was probably a fair result in the end.

The Magpies are scrapping for their Premier League lives down at the bottom, and there was clear urgency from them especially in the first-half.

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It was largely a poor performance from the Wanderers, aside from Adama Traore and Pedro Neto, and the team didn’t really get going until Neves’ equaliser.

The wind was then in Wolves’ sails for the remainder of the game, but they couldn’t find a winner.

Youngster Fabio Silva saw his header from point-black range saved by Martin Dubravka, and some have taken aim at the teenager for missing.

But it was brilliant movement to make the space, and it was undeniably a great stop from the Slovakian.

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£80,000-a-week starlet Silva (Spotrac) was bright when he came on, and arguably did more in the game than Willian Jose, who is now at eight games without scoring since joining on loan.

Jose really struggled to get involved, and has come in for criticism on social media after the game.

Although he arguably did create some space for Neves on the goal, there seemed to be a lack of pressing from the Brazilian centre-forward, and some fans questioned his effort level in comparison to Silva:

 

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