Newcastle fans have taken to Twitter to react after Martin Dubravka made a significant error in the last minute of the game to hand Wolves a point on Monday night.
The Slovakian international attempted to catch a hoisted cross from Adama Traore when he perhaps should have punched the ball clear, and Willy Boly was there to capitalise on his poor decision to nod the ball into the net after it had slipped through Dubravka’s hands.
Given the fact that the clock had overrun by more than 60 seconds of the allocated four additional minutes, the Magpies can feel slightly hard done by as Rafa Benitez came extremely close to executing the perfect game-plan.
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However, at the end of the day, question marks were raised over Dubravka, with Benitez even admitting that he feels his goalkeeper should have been stronger.
With the margin so slender down at the bottom of the table, Newcastle fans on Twitter were gutted after two vital points were dropped, and wasted no time in letting their feelings be known…
Dubravka should be punching that all day long
— Latham Anderson (@latham_anderson) February 11, 2019
Thats 3 bad errors from him this season now… ?
— Andrew Turnbull (@andrewjturnbull) February 11, 2019
2 mistakes from Dubravka in the last 2 games has cost us…
— Mal H (@malthecat) February 11, 2019
No foul whatsoever, shocking from Dubravka (please dont strike me down)
— Nufctony (@ACunningham07) February 11, 2019
Poor play again by Dubravka
— Dan Aggertoft (@AggerToon) February 11, 2019
That's 2 extremely poor saves from Dubravka that have cost us now #NUFC
— Nathan Fox (@Foxy_005) February 11, 2019
Is Dubravka on a one man mission to go from being a great player to completely gash and error prone?! That wasn't a foul…it was horrendous goalkeeping. #NUFC
— Scott Johnson (@SAJtoonfan) February 11, 2019
What an absolute disgrace. Don't survive in the PL doing mistakes like that. Yet again, Dubravka showing why he only cost £4m #NUFC
— Kiwi (@K7Waldenbrau) February 11, 2019