"When they made it 2-2, the game changed completely. We lost because it was our fault, because I'm sure if we had kept doing what we did in the first half and we did what we had to do in the first 15 minutes of the second half, we would have killed the match with a third goal".
A shakey display from the England no. 1, an energetic performance from Newcastle and poor game management from manager, Marco Silva, were all factors leading to our defeat today, but there was positives to the game too.
"This team is important", Benitez told Sky Sports.
However, they capitulated after it as Rondon and a late quick-fire double from Ayoze Perez snatched three priceless points.
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"We were all thinking that we should have been playing against 10 men, but these things can happen in football, and the most important thing in those situations is not to blame the referee or think it should have been a red card, but to realise the position you're in and keep working".
Salomon Rondon: Newcastle's top scorer had a quiet first half, but he erupted in the second half with a brilliant goal and assist. We don't want to lose any games, but especially in front of our own fans.
He said: "When they scored the third goal it was a big mistake by the assistant, nothing more to say".
"Once they scored, the momentum of the game changed and we can not let that happen". It was a clear offside.
The fine combination between Rondon and Perez left Benitez delighted as he contemplated how his side had moved up to 13th in the table. "Rondon was in a clear offside position". Watching us in the first half was like watching the Everton, Moyes era.