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Newcastle United: Chris Wood slammed amid ‘poor’ performance in goalless draw

However, the Kiwi was far from his best against Leeds. As per SofaScore, he finished the game with a lowly 6.1 match rating and missed two big chances, completed just 70 per cent of his attempted passes, was caught offside twice and lost the ball five times before being hooked after 64 minutes. To put his influence into perspective, he achieved nine less touches than Nick Pope.
Seeing as Wilson was the man who came on for Wood, that could suggest the England international will now be back in the starting team next time out when the Magpies face Arsenal.
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