Rafael Benitez examined the stoppage-time obstacle on goalkeeper Martin Dubravka that led to Wolves recovering a 1-1 draw versus Newcastle.
Defender Willy Boly headed past the Slovak in the 94th min, although replays suggest he may have hindered Dubravka in doing so.
” I didn’t like the difficulty at the end,” stated Magpies manager Benitez.
” You need to shield the caretaker. We have been below for many years and it’s still extremely hard to clarify that.”
When asked if Newcastle must have had a free-kick after Boly’s obstacle, the Spaniard added: “In England they do not comprehend the guidelines so you can say whatever you wish to claim.”
Wolves salvage point after late equaliser
Benitez was also irritated when his side were beat 2-1 by Wolves in December, shedding to another stoppage-time goal.
At the time he made a VAR signal after his protector DeAndre Yedlin was revealed red for drawing back Diogo Jota, as well as he additionally thought Boly should have been dismissed after catching Ayoze Perez in the charge area.
On Monday he claimed that debutant as well as record signing Miguel Almiron was fouled in the build-up to Wolves’ equaliser.
” Perhaps it’s a foul prior to on Almiron also, you can say many things however it won’t alter what occurred, like in the first game,” claimed Benitez, whose side had been on training course for 3 valuable points in their fight versus transfer complying with Isaac Hayden’s second-half strike.
” It is a bad means to concede. We have another factor yet it is a pity due to the fact that we could have had 3.”
The Magpies relocated over Cardiff and right into 16th, but are just one point over the drop zone.