Jordan Ayew goal earns Swansea City a point at Newcastle United


"Today we had more possession than Newcastle, and had possession with intent to attack." . I must be honest, I didn't see it - I said to the referee I didn't see it - but with the technology that we have at the moment, after one minute my assistant said it was a clear penalty and a red card.

"Usually teams in our position have these type of decisions not go in our favour, I don't know why", the manager proclaimed.

"We can only look forward to the next game". We have been really clear and I think they understand the situation.

Carlos Carvalhal believes Swansea would have been given a penalty and Diame a red card "within 10 seconds" if a Video Assistant Referee had been in use at St James' Park.

"In the last two away games, we've got four points, which is very positive", he said on The Swans' progress.

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The Swans emerged from their crucial fixture at Newcastle on Saturday disappointed to be doing so with a 1-1 draw from a game they could have lost by half-time, but might have won at the death.

"I think we had 57% possession but we also tried to move the ball into the spaces to create damage to the defensive organisation of Newcastle". With the first half chances we could change the game but we couldn't do it and we must take these chances so we can manage the game in another way.

Benitez concedes that Joselu - who cost a reported £5 million (A$8.66 million) from Stoke City - could chip in with more goals, but says the Magpies would have to pay much higher fees to secure a better alternative.

"My players deserve that we bring in some class players to achieve another level".

Newcastle dominated the early exchanges as Swansea struggled to keep hold of the ball, Gayle testing Lukasz Fabianski in the fourth minute with a header that the Pole comfortably saved.