Howe: Newcastle will grow from Milan Experience

Howe: Newcastle will grow from Milan Experience

Howe: Newcastle will grow from Milan Experience

Eddie Howe is sure Newcastle will fill in the Champions League  after they denoted their re-visitation of the opposition following a 20-year nonattendance with a noteworthy draw at AC Milan.

Howe's side are back in Europe's tip top club rivalry subsequent to completing fourth in the Premier League last season, and this was their most memorable match in an extreme Gathering F that likewise contains French bosses Paris St-Germain and German goliaths Borussia Dortmund.

They were given a sign of the trouble of games in this opposition as Milan ruled the main half, with Scratch Pope saving great from Olivier Giroud and Theo Hernandez, yet they rode their karma while protecting sublimely to procure what could end up being an important point.

For a significant number of the Newcastle players - and for Howe himself - this was their most memorable taste of Champions Association football and the Jaybirds manager accepts it could demonstrate an important growth opportunity.

"You can't underrate the challenges of coming here - the feeling of the game, new encounters, we needed to accept a ton today," Howe said.

"I thought the group were awesome for Milan. It was an unfriendly air and the players needed to conform to that and to that end I don't figure you can underrate the presentation and point.

"It will look endlessly better over the long haul. There were new encounters for a ton of us this evening and ideally we can develop from this."

Rafael Leao scorned a brilliant opportunity to score in the principal half for the hosts as he cushioned his backheel after a fine performance run, and Newcastle were lucky to go into the break level.

In any case, the game was all the more even in the last part. Previous Milan midfielder Sandro Tonali saw a shot obstructed for the guests, while Tijjani Reijnders constrained a fair save out of Pope with a low drive.

Leao truly ought to have won it in the end organizes when he got between Newcastle safeguards to meet a cross, however he headed simply finished.

Newcastle's previously shot on track showed up in the fourth moment of stoppage time when Sean Longstaff saw a furious exertion spilled, yet in the end a point at the San Siro is unquestionably a reassuring outcome for the Jaybirds.

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