Gareth Southgate should take notice of the impressive Karl Darlow

All aboard the hype train, unless of course you are already on board.

As football fans we are no strangers to a bandwagon, and Twitter has made immediate post match analysis an opportunity to blast a player who has had a stinker, or ensure everybody knows that your team is full of world beaters. Maybe this is a justified bandwagon.

After a 0-0 draw against Liverpool on Wednesday evening, Newcastle fans were revelling in a performance that was actually pretty deserving of a point - a rare commodity this season.

This was in no small part down to the contributions of the man between the sticks - Karl Darlow.

The rest of the team no doubt played their part, but had it not been for his masterful positioning and reflexes, Liverpool would surely have left St. James' Park with all three points.

Darlow only made four saves according to the stats, but all were gilt-edge chances (particularly Mo Salah's) that you'd have backed the Liverpool forwards to put away. They probably would've done against a different goalkeeper.