Kenedy: Newcastle midfielder's display to forget at Cardiff City Stadium

Florence Fletcher
August 19, 2018

Scores of Bluebirds are expected to use two wheels to get to the match on Saturday 18th August, which will see Cardiff City take on Newcastle United in their first home Premier League match of the campaign.

The hosts were reduced to 10 men when Vardy, making his first start of the season, was shown a straight red for a high tackle on Doherty but Wolves were unable to capitalise.

Newcastle had played for half-an-hour with 10 men following Isaac Hayden's red card when Cardiff captain Sean Morrison handled in the fifth minute of injury time.

Zohore headed wide as the first half entered its closing moments, and then Newcastle fashioned a chance when Jonjo Shelvey gave Perez an opportunity that Etheridge saved.

But the dominant Bluebirds couldn't find a victor despite controlling the second half with the help of impressive debutant Harry Arter.

Etheridge's penalty stop was his second in successive games after saving one in the opening game at Bournemouth.

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In a game, we perhaps didn't deserve to take maximum points from we were presented with a golden chance to earn our first three points of the season.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy was sent off during Leicester's win over Wolverhampton Wanderers on Saturday after a unsafe challenge on right-back Matt Doherty.

Zohore badly misjudged a 54th-minute header when picked out by Ralls and Cardiff were still on top when their hand was strengthened.

Newcastle sent on Jacob Murphy to share the same pitch with his twin Josh and provide a real football rarity.

The ex-Arsenal man went flying in from behind on Josh Murphy, giving ref Pawson the flawless opportunity to prove that he hadn't forgotten his red card after all. Cardiff put in a good performance, but they do look short of goals.

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