Newcastle United: Alan Pardew hails Papiss Cisse champ
Newcastle supervisor Alan Pardew recommended Papiss Cisse's stoppage-time champ against Fulham could have a unequivocal effect on his side's offered for survival.
Cisse volleyed in at the expiration to give the Magpies a 1-0 triumph that lifts them five focuses above the drop zone.
"No cash can purchase how significant that is to us as a football club," stated Pardew.
"It was a fantastic objective and heads off to show a group who won't give in and will fight to the finish. I stated to the group we only need to discover a way and we did."
The Magpies were on course for a draw that might have abandoned them just two focuses and two places clear of the bottom three.
Notwithstanding hitting the bar once and the post twice, they can't discover a leap forward as mid-table Fulham looked set to secure a draw.
On the other hand, Cisse might have one final risk and he regulated Yohan Cabaye's shot before volleying past Mark Schwarzer.
It moves Newcastle to 13th put on 36 focuses after the Tyne-Wear derby against associate strugglers Sunderland afterward Sunday.
"I inherited that West Ham crew in the Championship [in 2003] that had gone down on 42 focuses," stated Pardew.
"You can't underestimate in the not so distant future that it may be a focuses aggregate like that you need, so we're far from safe yet.
"The entire lowest part half is looking over their shoulder, so we've still got work to do."
Newcastle's instantaneous necessity is Thursday's Europa League quarter-last second leg at home to Benfica.