Newcastle United were held to a 1-1 draw with Wolves at St James' Park on Saturday evening.

Captain Jamaal Lascelles headed Newcastle into a second-half lead but Ruben Neves' header proved to be enough for Wolves to leave Tyneside with a draw.

It meant Newcastle have now won just twice in their last 17 matches as they were punished for their wastefulness in front of goal in a dominant first-half display.

The Magpies will end the weekend outside of the Premier League's relegation zone but it felt like an opportunity missed in their bid to avoid the drop.

While that may be obvious, there were some less glaring lessons that were learned in the 1-1 draw with Wolves.

Here's a look at the moments you might have missed from St James' Park.

Newcastle vs Wolves the most drawn game in Premier League history

Saturday's draw now means nine of the 12 Premier League meetings between the two sides have been drawn, equivalent to 75%.

It is the highest percentage of any fixture played at least 10 times in the division and, incredibly, the fifth successive clash between the two sides to end with a 1-1 scoreline.

Jamaal Lascelles loves a goal against Wolves

Lascelles' bullet header past Rui Patricio could prove vital at the end of the season and it was also his first Premier League goal since October 2019.

Incredibly, that goal almost 18 months also came against Nuno's side in a 1-1 draw at St James' Park.

Newcastle's training ground free-kick routine almost pays dividends

They tried it against Manchester United last week and the Magpies' work on the training ground almost paid off against Manchester United.

Jonjo Shelvey tried another short free-kick routine, picking out Joe Willock on the edge of the box. The Arsenal loanee's cross was met by the head of the unmarked Isaac Hayden but unfortunately he couldn't direct the ball either side of Rui Patricio in the Wolves goal.

Another Premier League record extended at St James' Park

Saturday's 1-1 draw meant both teams have scored in all 12 of their Premier League encounters against each other.

Neves' equaliser ensured it remained the most played Premier League game in which neither side has kept a clean sheet.

It also extended Steve Bruce's sorry record against Wolves in the Premier League, winning just one of his 10 matches against the Molineux outfit.

Steve Bruce and Graeme Jones conspiracy theories continue

Bruce wasn't happy about being questioned over laughing with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on camera in the aftermath of last week's defeat to Manchester United.

So he definitely won't be happy with some of the social media theories that followed Saturday's draw with Wolves after footage of a touchline discussion with assistant Graeme Jones led to more conspiracy theories about the pair's relationship.

While it is unclear what is being said between the pair, or even the nature of their conversation, some fans have suggested it was an unsavoury discussion to highlight a breakdown in their working relationship.

Bruce has slammed the 'conspiracy theories' over Newcastle's decision to bring Jones to the club and has insisted it was his choice to do so.