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Everton salvaged a draw in a difficult match, earning a crucial point in their fight against relegation. Despite being outplayed for much of the game, they were able to keep up with Newcastle and secure a draw. Alexander Isak scored for Newcastle in the 15th minute, but their failure to score again proved costly.

Jordan Pickford made important saves to keep Everton in the game, facing boos from the home fans. A VAR review disallowed a goal from Dan Burn for Newcastle, while another review awarded Everton a late penalty. Dominic Calvert-Lewin converted the spot-kick to secure a point for Everton, breaking a scoring drought that had lasted 23 games.

Manager Sean Dyche is hopeful that this goal will be the first of many for Calvert-Lewin, as Everton desperately need more goals to turn their season around. Despite their difficulties, Everton will take some solace in the fact that they were able to salvage a draw in a difficult match. However, their winless streak in the Premier League continues at 13 games, setting a new club record.

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