Publicado: Mar, Febrero 12, 2019
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Rafa Benitez Rages At Referee After Controversial Last-Gasp Goal

Rafa Benitez Rages At Referee After Controversial Last-Gasp Goal

Rafael Benitez says goalkeeper Martin Dubravka had to be stronger after Wolves' controversial late equaliser denied Newcastle victory at Molineux.

But when asked if there are any problems between the two players, Benitez said after the game: 'No, it's obvious the disappointment is for everyone.

"You have to be disappointed, we knew it could be a hard game", Benitez said.

"They were pushing and we could do better".

"We had counter attacks where we were in good positions but we could've done better with the final pass".

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"You could see we had control and then we scored the goal, after that you could see a change but we still had some control".

The Wolves centre-back did put his arms on Dubravka's shoulders but the Newcastle goalkeeper was able to jump for the ball and his decision to try to catch the ball instead of punching it clear ultimately backfired.

He said: "He is a top class goalkeeper; we win as a team, lose as a team and draw as a team, so there will be no blame at his door".

"I don't know whether it's a foul or not, it looked a foul from the bench". The point leaves them 16th just a point clear off the bottom three.

"Everyone has made mistakes throughout the season but we just have to stick together and get as many points as we can".

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