Newcastle United striker Loic Remy admits that he is disappointed by his team’s performance in Monday’s Premier League defeat away to Everton, Sky
Remy, on loan from Queens Park Rangers, scored his third goal in two Premier League games late on to make the final score 3-2. Newcastle fought back in the second-half from 3-0 down at the interval after two goals from Romelu Lukaku and Ross Barkley’s low strike as Everton dominated the opening period.
Manager Alan Pardew called some of his side’s defending in the first-half “disturbing”, and Remy hopes he and his teammates can repay the fans with a better performance against Cardiff City on Saturday. He said: “It was a long journey last night for them.
“The group is disappointed as much as them but the fans still supported us all the game. We heard them a lot in the second-half. They continued to support the team. I’m sure we’ll do better at Cardiff for them.
“The difference between the first half and the second-half was like night and day. The gaffer changed two players, and there was a big difference between the two halves. We could have done better for the goals. It’s difficult when you concede three goals. After that, we scored two goals, but it wasn’t enough. We were all disappointed.”
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