Rooney strikes again as Everton add to Newcastle's woes

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Newcastle's miserable night was compounded deep into injury time when Jonjo Shelvey was sent off for an ugly lunge on Idrissa Gueye.

It marked Rooney's 15th goal against Newcastle in the Premier League, the most he has scored against any top-flight club, but the hosts may have felt it was somewhat undeserved.

"Everybody wants investment. This club (Everton) has had a huge boost".

"This is a must-win game for us", the Black Star told The Chronicle.

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The Tynesiders did return to the top flight this summer under Rafa Benitez, but they are now struggling for form and Benitez has complained of a lack of transfer funds.

"We are up to 22 points so we are pushing our way into the top half and it all comes from a good solid defensive base".

"The way they were wasting time. we needed some experience to manage this situation". We were a little bit unlucky, but still we made these mistakes.

"At the moment we aren't thinking about selling anybody because we need our players", the former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss stated.

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Carlo Ancelotti then opened up with six straight wins to establish the club record broken by Conte's side. The Premier League is not like training.

Asked to elaborate on Everton's "time wasting", Benitez added: "It doesn't change anything".

Suspicions that Newcastle's luck was out were confirmed with 37 minutes gone when Mikel Merino's 30-yard piledriver left Pickford grasping at thin air, only for the ball to come back off the other upright and fly across goal before running to safety.

"We've come here, and, although Newcastle haven't been on a great run of form, it's always a hard game, especially when you're looking to pick up three points". But can we get that?

Everton - who lie 10th in the table - face a run of games against West Brom, Bournemouth and Manchester United in seven days over the Christmas period.

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"It is important to know because we are working really hard with the scouts".

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