Emery also dismissed any issue with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang after the striker appeared to show frustration at being substituted for Henrikh Mkhitaryan late on adding: "It's normal, I want the players I change or don't start in the first XI to be angry, they have ambition to play and help the team ad stay on the pitch".
"We want to give them all a chance to score but normally all the attacking players will do more".
The duo were two of the Toon's most influential attacking players last season, and Benitez, who has been heavily criticised in recent weeks for his conservative game plans, will surely be glad to have them back. We want his performance in each training day and in each match to give us his quality.
'I want not only for him to assist we need him to go in the box and score like today.
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Florence pours rain on the Carolinas; death toll at 5
The hurricane is expected to make landfall on Friday, with heavy rain and hurricane-force winds potentially lasting for days. That's enough to fill the Chesapeake Bay, or cover the entire state of Texas with almost 4 inches (10 centimeters) of water.
Evacuations Ordered As Hurricane Florence Heads For East Coast
In Holden Beach, North Carolina, in the storm's path, longtime residents were boarding up homes and securing possessions. Schools in affected areas will begin to close on Tuesday and lanes on some highways will be reversed to aid evacuations.
With half-time substitute Lucas Torreira pulling the strings, Ozil doubled their advantage as the Magpies wilted and it was not until a last-gasp barrage that Clark pulled one back. "The first goal gave us confidence to continue and improve in the match and the second finished the match".
Newcastle United have been handed a huge boost ahead of their Premier League clash with Arsenal Saturday, as manager Rafa Benitez has announced midfielders Jonjo Shelvey and Matt Ritchie will be fit to play.
Asked if he was anxious about a return of just one point from the first five games, he said: "No". But the reality is that against a top side, you can lose and we have lost by a small margin.
"You think that if you do well, you can get points against these teams".