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Shelvey had a hand in the first of Dwight Gayle's two first-half goals.

Newcastle's travelling fans faced a round trip of nearly 700 miles for this fixture and they were rewarded again in first-half stoppage time as a mistake from Bournemouth goalkeeper Begovic allowed Gayle to double his tally.

Newcastle could realistically overtake 10th-placed Bournemouth this weekend should they win by two or more goals at the Vitality Stadium and possibly put some clear daylight between themselves and the bottom three, with trips to Liverpool and Tottenham on the horizon. A moment later and Ayoze Perez got a chance to hit a volley but couldn't keep it on target.

"We had control for most of the second half, and the good thing is that we continued to create chances".

When asked if the Magpies can now start looking up the table rather than down, Benitez said: "Yes, but there is still a feeling that we have lost points today".

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"Maybe because we missed a clear chance just before the goal, so both of those together make us lack confidence in those minutes".

"The problem is that they were pushing and coming from the wide areas and making crosses".

Bournemouth meanwhile had been on a bright run of form prior to their last match, going seven games without defeat on a run which included wins over Everton, Arsenal and Chelsea, but were thrashed 4-1 at the hands of Huddersfield two weeks ago.

"We didn't do that, and after 70 minutes of doing well, we couldn't defend well enough".

The former Sunderland man has netted eight times against the Magpies during his career, including two goals in the Tyne-Wear Derby during his spell in the north-east, and Rafa Benitez is sure to be wary of the threat posed off the bench.

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