Did you notice how pumped up Gutiérrez and Coloccini were following Coloccini’s very late equalizer for Newcastle in that 94th minute?
Fab Coloccini – after the equalizer Saturday
That goal from his fellow Argentine Coloccini saved a point when the defensive mistakes in that first half looked like we would lose our third home game in a row, against a team in the lower half of the table.
Coloccini also went wild after scoring and certainly there were some memorable shots of Fabricio, captain for the day, when he scored his third goal for the Newcastle club in that 94th minute.
There’s no doubt these two South Americans have fallen in love with the Newcastle club, and they were both ecstatic after the goal, and that’s putting it mildly.
Chris tried to explain their jubilation:
“My impression was he is just ecstatic that we were able to get back into the game,” “If you look at the emotions of him and Colocinni when we scored that is what it meant to the team.”
“The type of player Jonás is, there will be periods of the game when he is not so involved and periods when he is able to produce.” “The quality of the corner for the Coloccini goal was excellent and the quality of the cross for the other goal was even better.”
“If you have got strikers getting delivery of that quality they are going to be quite happy.” “Jonás has certainly showed he is the sort of player who can break down resolute defences.”
Certainly Jonas has to be given a lot of credit for those two late goals, putting in excellent crosses both times, and this lad certainly never gives up hope, and right now is near his top form for the club.
He’s also starting to put some ended product on those mazy runs he does, and two assists on Saturday and a great goal against Manchester City are testament to that.