Callum Wilson has revealed he thought about changing his mind amid a long and nervous VAR wait at St James’ Park ahead of his game-changing penalty. However, he stuck with his initial decision and put on a display that delivered a big win for the Magpies at St James’ Park. Wilson’s double was vital in the end after England’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin netted in stoppage time.
Callum Wilson said: “We worked on getting across the near post. As I saw him swing his leg I got clever and let him kick me. There was a delay, I thought about changing things, but I kept my cool. It was nice to get another; I was just disappointed to come off with five minutes to go with a hat-trick pending. “We’ve looked quite solid and we can build on that platform. Scoring at home is nice, but you want to be celebrating with the fans.”
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