Callum Wilson says Newcastle United must stick together after dropping two points against Norwich City.
The game essentially turned when Ciaran Clark was sent off after 10 minutes after pulling back Teemu Pukki to hand Norwich an advantage.
But despite the setback, Wilson fired Newcastle ahead in the second half - sadly they could not hold on.
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Speaking to Amazon Prime, Wilson reflected on the night: "Difficult. Frustrating. "We knew how big the game was. At 11 v 11 I think we'd win.
"Mistakes happen in football.
"We're not going to dig anyone out.
"I did [think his goal would be the winner].
"We limited them to minimal clear-cut chances.
"It can be difficult for the team with the extra body sometimes."
Looking back on Pukki's wonder strike, Wilson said: "We kept the door shut until the end but it's a great finish.
"We can't feel sorry for ourselves.
"We pick ourselves up.
"We played football and controlled the game for parts of it.
"It's difficult to pick up different bits and bobs because we're outnumbered. "We had spells without the ball."
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