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Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Theo Walcott strikes as Everton and Newcastle fans maintain pressure on Sam Allardyce
Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Theo Walcott strikes as Everton and Newcastle fans maintain pressure on Sam Allardyce
Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Theo Walcott strikes as Everton and Newcastle fans maintain pressure on Sam Allardyce
Welcome to the Premier League’s battle for ninth place, a fight not really worth bruising your knuckles for, as the expensively assembled, established Premier League team beat the newly-promoted one by a solitary goal in a mistake ridden contest that failed to enhance the reputations of anyone involved. The goal was scored by Everton’s Theo Walcott, early in the second half, with his team’s only shot on target. Everton just about deserved the win, but the three points will only muffle the animosity towards manager Sam Allardyce, rather than silence it. Even after taking the lead, Everton were far from convincing and it was Newcastle who finished strongest. The visitors should have equalised when substitute Dwight Gayle fired over from six yards and only a magnificent defensive header from Seamus Coleman in stoppage time denied them a draw. “What was wrong with our style today?” asked Allardyce. “We completely dominated the game, out-passed the opposition and found it difficult to break them down because of their negative tactics. “Up to 75 minutes we were excellent. But we had to do a bit more frantic defending after that and we lost our rhythm when Morgan Schneiderlin went off. There wasn't much love in the air for Sam Allardyce from Everton and Newcastle fans alike Credit: REUTERS/Andrew Yates “I’m pleased for the team and I’m pleased with the 1-0 victory. I think the whole team suffered a loss of confidence at the start of the season, but we are going in the right direction again.” It is comments like these that Allardyce is so often criticised for. Everton did not dominate the game and there was plenty wrong with their display. Performances like these can be excused when all that matters is avoiding relegation, but Everton did not anticipate scrapping with Newcastle for ninth place back in August and there are too many supporters who fail to see how they can be anything more with Allardyce in charge. A banner appeared in the Gwladys Street end before kick-off urging him to leave at the earliest opportunity and Newcastle’s travelling contingent taunted their hosts with chants of “you’ve got Sam Allardyce” midway through a dreary first half. The silence that followed from the home support spoke volumes. Walcott drives his shot into the roof of the net Credit: Peter Byrne/PA Wire Even those who have some appreciation for the job Allardyce has done in guiding the team away from the bottom three are unwilling to offer their support. Regardless of the mess he found them in and no matter how efficiently he has cleared it up, eighth or ninth is not where Everton perceive they should be. With the malcontents also resentful of the cautious, safety-first football served up Allardyce is swimming against a ferocious tide on Merseyside and there is every chance he will be out of work again in the summer. In contrast, even a top 10 place would represent a fine finish for Newcastle and the hugely popular Rafa Benítez. Their attention has also turned to what comes next and Benítez has warned he will only commit his long-term future to the club if it shares his ambition. Everton 1 - 0 Newcastle (Theo Walcott, 51 min) It is the same warning he issued last summer, but it was resolved amicably enough following a face-to-face meeting with Ashley between the two most powerful men at St James’ Park. Whether it can be again, so swiftly remains to be seen given Benítez felt he was misled 12 months ago, but the feeling is the Spaniard will stick around for at least the remaining year on his contract. Benítez will target a top eight finish next season and he will do so with the momentum of this campaign behind him. Newcastle have been superb since the start of the year and although this was not a repeat of their swashbuckling display against Arsenal the previous week, it was further evidence of how much they have improved. Everton vs Newcastle shots on goal Not that this will make the highlights reel. Everton created the first chance of the game after just two minutes, a rapid, direct run from Walcott at the middle of the Newcastle defence leading to a shot from Cenk Tosun, which drifted wide. There was not another real effort on goal for more than half an hour, when Phil Jagielka could not turn in Michael’s Keane’s header after the Magpies had struggled to clear a corner. Newcastle should have made far more of the one opportunity that came there way before half time, a poor clearance from Jordan Pickford falling to Ayoze Pérez, but he overhit a simple through ball to the unmarked Islam Slimani. Pérez’s terrible night continued after the break when he failed to hit the target when sent in on goal by Kenedy. That was a let-off for Everton which they duly punished minutes later when DeAndre Yedlin failed to clear Yannick Bolasie’s cross and Walcott was able to fire a close range shot into the roof of the net. Newcastle exerted plenty of pressure on the Everton defence after that, as the home crowd’s pleasure turned quickly back into frustration, but there was not enough quality in the final third. “Neither team had many chances and we did not take ours,” said Benítez. “We were not good enough with our final pass and when the referee allows the home team to be so physical, he lets them get away with things, it is hard. "We battled, we had chances to draw, but we have lost against a good team. Look at the numbers [cost] of their players.”
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, waits for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary, April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, waits for court hearing in Budapest
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, waits for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary, April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing in Budapest
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing in Budapest
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing in Budapest
Tamas Gyarfas, an executive at world's swimming governing body FINA, arrives for court hearing after his arrest for ordering the murder of media tycoon in Budapest 20 years ago, a crime he claims he did not commit, in Budapest, Hungary April 20, 2018. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Michael Phelps has shifted his focus since his retirement after swimming in the 2016 Rio Olympics, but his son Boomer seems to share his father's love of the water.
Is Michael Phelps' Son Also Destined for Swimming Greatness?
Michael Phelps has shifted his focus since his retirement after swimming in the 2016 Rio Olympics, but his son Boomer seems to share his father's love of the water.
FILE - In this April 11, 2016 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, then President of the Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) leaves after a board meeting in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this April 11, 2016 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, then President of the Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) leaves after a board meeting in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this April 11, 2016 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, then President of the Hungarian Swimming Association (MUSZ) and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) leaves after a board meeting in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this August 4, 2017 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) listens to a question during a press conference in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this August 4, 2017 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) listens to a question during a press conference in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this August 4, 2017 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) listens to a question during a press conference in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In a Sept. 27, 2006 file photo, General Secretary of the Dutch Soccer Federation and head of the delegation Harry Been, left, and head of the Hungarian organizing committee Tamas Gyarfas, center, share a smile as Chairman of the Hungarian Soccer Federation Istvan Kisteleki, right, looks on at the airport of Debrecen, 226 kms east of Budapest, Hungary. Hungarian police have questioned and taken into custody Gyarfas, the former head of Hungary’s swimming federation in the February 1998 murder case of a business rival. Police said Tuesday, April 17, 2018 that a suspect they identified as T. Gyarfas is suspected of ordering the murder of media mogul Janos Fenyo, who was fatally shot while his car was stopped at a Budapest traffic light. (AP Photo/MTI, Tibor Olah, File)
FILE - In a Sept. 27, 2006 file photo, General Secretary of the Dutch Soccer Federation and head of the delegation Harry Been, left, and head of the Hungarian organizing committee Tamas Gyarfas, center, share a smile as Chairman of the Hungarian Soccer Federation Istvan Kisteleki, right, looks on at the airport of Debrecen, 226 kms east of Budapest, Hungary. Hungarian police have questioned and taken into custody Gyarfas, the former head of Hungary’s swimming federation in the February 1998 murder case of a business rival. Police said Tuesday, April 17, 2018 that a suspect they identified as T. Gyarfas is suspected of ordering the murder of media mogul Janos Fenyo, who was fatally shot while his car was stopped at a Budapest traffic light. (AP Photo/MTI, Tibor Olah, File)
FILE - In a Sept. 27, 2006 file photo, General Secretary of the Dutch Soccer Federation and head of the delegation Harry Been, left, and head of the Hungarian organizing committee Tamas Gyarfas, center, share a smile as Chairman of the Hungarian Soccer Federation Istvan Kisteleki, right, looks on at the airport of Debrecen, 226 kms east of Budapest, Hungary. Hungarian police have questioned and taken into custody Gyarfas, the former head of Hungary’s swimming federation in the February 1998 murder case of a business rival. Police said Tuesday, April 17, 2018 that a suspect they identified as T. Gyarfas is suspected of ordering the murder of media mogul Janos Fenyo, who was fatally shot while his car was stopped at a Budapest traffic light. (AP Photo/MTI, Tibor Olah, File)
FILE-- 1997 file photo of Hungarian media tycoon Janos Fenyo, then CEO of Vico Corp, who was shot dead Feb. 11, 1998, in his car in downtown Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegy/MTI via AP,file)
FILE-- 1997 file photo of Hungarian media tycoon Janos Fenyo, then CEO of Vico Corp, who was shot dead Feb. 11, 1998, in his car in downtown Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegy/MTI via AP,file)
FILE-- 1997 file photo of Hungarian media tycoon Janos Fenyo, then CEO of Vico Corp, who was shot dead Feb. 11, 1998, in his car in downtown Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegy/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2015 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) holds a press conference about the construction works of Duna Arena, the main site of the Budapest 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2015 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) holds a press conference about the construction works of Duna Arena, the main site of the Budapest 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2015 file photo Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) holds a press conference about the construction works of Duna Arena, the main site of the Budapest 2017 World Aquatics Championships in Budapest. On April 17, 2018 Gyarfas was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Hungarian media entrepreneur Janos Fenyo in 1998. (Zoltan Balogh/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 1997 file picture late Hungarian media entrepreneur and photographer Janos Fenyo attends a meeting of the National Association of Hungarian Journalists (MUOSZ) in Budapest, Hungary. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegyi/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 1997 file picture late Hungarian media entrepreneur and photographer Janos Fenyo attends a meeting of the National Association of Hungarian Journalists (MUOSZ) in Budapest, Hungary. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegyi/MTI via AP,file)
FILE - In this Feb. 8, 1997 file picture late Hungarian media entrepreneur and photographer Janos Fenyo attends a meeting of the National Association of Hungarian Journalists (MUOSZ) in Budapest, Hungary. On April 17, 2018 Tamas Gyarfas, former President of the Hungarian Swimming Association and Vice-President of the International Swimming Federation (FINA) was taken into custody by the Hungarian National Bureau of Investigation (NNI) after he was questioned about the murder case of Fenyo in 1998. (Tibor Rozsahegyi/MTI via AP,file)
OAXACA DE JUÁREZ, Oax. Swimming/Natación-Oaxaca.- Didier Campos Aguilar es un oaxaqueño con talento. A sus 17 años el joven acumula triunfos en diversas competencias nacionales de natación. Actualmente Didier se prepara para participar en el Gran Prix y posteriormente buscar un lugar en la próxima Olimpiada Nacional; sin embargo, lo hará por el estado de Veracruz, que lo acogió desde hace medio año. Foto: Agencia EL UNIVERSAL/Edwin Hernández/MAVC
OAXACA DE JU�REZ, Oax. Swimming/Natación-Oaxaca
OAXACA DE JUÁREZ, Oax. Swimming/Natación-Oaxaca.- Didier Campos Aguilar es un oaxaqueño con talento. A sus 17 años el joven acumula triunfos en diversas competencias nacionales de natación. Actualmente Didier se prepara para participar en el Gran Prix y posteriormente buscar un lugar en la próxima Olimpiada Nacional; sin embargo, lo hará por el estado de Veracruz, que lo acogió desde hace medio año. Foto: Agencia EL UNIVERSAL/Edwin Hernández/MAVC
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Swimming: U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters
FILE PHOTO: Swimming: U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Swimming: U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming
FILE PHOTO: July 2, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps reacts after the men's 100m butterfly finals in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters Picture Supplied by Action Images/File Photo
FILE PHOTO: Jun 29, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps holds up five fingers during the finals for the men's 200 meter butterfly in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports
Swimming: U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Swimming
FILE PHOTO: Jun 29, 2016; Omaha, NE, USA; Michael Phelps holds up five fingers during the finals for the men's 200 meter butterfly in the U.S. Olympic swimming team trials at CenturyLink Center. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 200m Individual Medley - Final - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Daniel Wallace of Scotland. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 200m Individual Medley - Final - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Daniel Wallace of Scotland. REUTERS/David Gray
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
Swimming – 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400m Freestyle Preliminary – Budapest, Hungary – July 23, 2017 – Mack Horton of Australia competes. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
17th FINA World Aquatics Championships
Swimming – 17th FINA World Aquatics Championships – Men's 400m Freestyle Preliminary – Budapest, Hungary – July 23, 2017 – Mack Horton of Australia competes. REUTERS/Bernadett Szabo
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
Australian surf legend Mick Fanning , right, talks to South African swimmer Chad Le Clos, right, and Australian para cyclist Jessica Gallagher during a surf lesson at Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast, Australia, Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Le Clos accepted the offer of a surfing lesson at Fanning's local Kirra Beach the morning after completing his swimming program at the Commonwealth Games, where he won five medals for South Africa, with one reservation. He wanted to know if there were any sharks in the water. (AP Photo/John Pye)
Shark bait? Surfing great Fanning gives le Clos some lessons
Australian surf legend Mick Fanning , right, talks to South African swimmer Chad Le Clos, right, and Australian para cyclist Jessica Gallagher during a surf lesson at Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast, Australia, Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Le Clos accepted the offer of a surfing lesson at Fanning's local Kirra Beach the morning after completing his swimming program at the Commonwealth Games, where he won five medals for South Africa, with one reservation. He wanted to know if there were any sharks in the water. (AP Photo/John Pye)
South African swimmer Chad Le Clos, right, poses for a photo with Australian surf legend Mick Fanning at Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast, Australia, Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Le Clos accepted the offer of a surfing lesson at Fanning's local Kirra Beach the morning after completing his swimming program at the Commonwealth Games, where he won five medals for South Africa, with one reservation. He wanted to know if there were any sharks in the water. (AP Photo/John Pye)
Shark bait? Surfing great Fanning gives le Clos some lessons
South African swimmer Chad Le Clos, right, poses for a photo with Australian surf legend Mick Fanning at Kirra Beach on the Gold Coast, Australia, Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Le Clos accepted the offer of a surfing lesson at Fanning's local Kirra Beach the morning after completing his swimming program at the Commonwealth Games, where he won five medals for South Africa, with one reservation. He wanted to know if there were any sharks in the water. (AP Photo/John Pye)
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 400m Freestyle Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 5, 2018. Gold medalist Mack Horton of Australia listen to the national anthem. REUTERS/David Gray
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Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

<p>Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton</p>
Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

<p>Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton</p>
Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

<p>Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton</p>
Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

Swimming is a cruel sport - Horton

17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
Taylor Ruck: Swimming sensation
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
Taylor Ruck: Swimming sensation
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
Taylor Ruck: Swimming sensation
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
Taylor Ruck: Swimming sensation
17-year-old Canadian swimmer Taylor Ruck won her eight medal at the Commonwealth Games on Tuesday, matching the record for the most medals at a single Games by any athlete.
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition. (AFP Photo/MANAN VATSYAYANA)
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition
Australia won six out of seven finals on the last night of the swimming competition. (AFP Photo/MANAN VATSYAYANA)
Australia&#39;s Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition. (AFP Photo/Anthony WALLACE)
Australia's Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition
Australia's Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition. (AFP Photo/Anthony WALLACE)
Australia&#39;s Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition
Australia's Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition
Australia's Ariarne Titmus, 17, won her third gold medal on the final night of the swimming competition
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men&#39;s 1500m Freestyle - Final - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Jack Mcloughlin and Mack Horton of Australia. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Men's 1500m Freestyle - Final - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Jack Mcloughlin and Mack Horton of Australia. REUTERS/David Gray
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Women&#39;s 4x100m Medley Relay - Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull. REUTERS/David Gray
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Swimming - Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games - Women's 4x100m Medley Relay - Medal Ceremony - Optus Aquatic Centre - Gold Coast, Australia - April 10, 2018. Prime Minister of Australia Malcolm Turnbull. REUTERS/David Gray

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