Rafa Benitez focused on keeping up momentum after third successive Newcastle win

Posted September 19, 2017

Meanwhile, Stoke defender Erik Pieters was frustrated at Lascelles' victor, which was headed from a Matt Ritchie corner.

The Magpies will be desperate of claiming three points at Brighton on Sunday ahead, of Premier League fixtures against Liverpool and Southampton over the next month.

Lascelles had scored the only goal of the game against Swansea City six days earlier - again a header from a Ritchie corner - and Pieters and his team-mates had watched videos of the strike. We're going to get teams that are going to respect the ability we've got and sit back and try and soak up the pressure and we've got to be good enough to break teams down.

A couple of seasons back, we'd go a goal down or concede a goal and heads would drop.

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"We know they're going to be strong in that area, but still we have to make it as hard as possible when they come charging in and we didn't".

"We've got the right mentality, we've got the talent". "You have to believe that you can win against certain teams".

"At the end, we were suffering a little bit because we didn't take the chances we had".

Meanwhile, United captain Lascelles is looking to score more goals.

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The 27-year-old forward joined Newcastle this summer after departing from Deportivo, and has so far scored one goal this season in the Premier League.

Ritchie is now getting his chance regularly in the top tier of the English game and he has had an excellent start to the new campaign.

"I put in the programme notes that this is something that's really important, players who want to stay, want to fight, want to defend the black and white shirt, and they are doing that".

"In the Premier League, no disrespect to teams, when they mark zonal you can get a running jump".

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"We lacked the accuracy to release players in good areas to get clear-cut opportunities", he said.