Toon 1 Clarets 1

NEWCASTLE 1 BURNLEY 1 (Lascelles)

Darlow, Yedlin, Lascelles, Clark, Dummett, Atsu (Murphy 64), Diamé, Merino, Kenedy (Ritchie 72), Pérez (Gayle 85), Joselu
Subs: Shelvey, Gayle, Hayden, Manquillo, Woodman

With one eye on the transfer window, the fans saw first hand how poor the Toon are as a striking force.

Chances are being created - even a penalty (for God's sake) - but the strikers were as poor on the day as they have been in the last three months.

Image result for Newcastle 1 Burnley 1Newcastle United are without a Premier League home win in eight games after goalkeeper Karl Darlow's own goal handed Burnley a point at St James' Park.

Darlow tipped substitute Sam Vokes' close-range header onto the bar with five minutes left to play, but the ball rebounded onto the keeper's head and into the net.

Captain Jamaal Lascelles' second-half header from debutant Kenedy's corner looked to have earned Newcastle a first league home win since 21 October.

The impressive Kenedy, signed on loan from Chelsea, also earned the home side a penalty but Burnley keeper Nick Pope saved Joselu's tame effort when the game was goalless.

It was one of several misses by Newcastle that summed up why they strengthened their attacking options with the signing of Islam Slimani before the transfer deadline.

Newcastle United are without a Premier League home win in eight games after goalkeeper Karl Darlow's own goal handed Burnley a point at St James' Park.

Darlow tipped substitute Sam Vokes' close-range header onto the bar with five minutes left to play, but the ball rebounded onto the keeper's head and into the net.

Captain Jamaal Lascelles' second-half header from debutant Kenedy's corner looked to have earned Newcastle a first league home win since 21 October.