Newcastle United keeper Tim Krul rues goalless draw

Tim Krul
© PA Photos
Newcastle United keeper Tim Krul admits that he's frustrated his side were unable to take a lead into the second leg of their tie with Metalist Kharkiv.

Newcastle United keeper Tim Krul has admitted that he is frustrated his side couldn't find the net in their Europa League game against Metalist Kharkiv.

Alan Pardew's side saw two Papiss Cisse goals ruled out by the officials despite replays suggesting that there was no infringement in either strike.

Krul told the club's official website: "We should have won this game, definitely. We created so many chances but it's a shame we didn't finish them.

"I would have liked to have put it in the back of the net myself but I can't! But we have to take the positives as well."

The second leg of the tie takes place next week when Newcastle travel to the Ukraine, looking to book their place in the last 16 of the competition.

Papiss Cisse appeals to the linesman after having a second goal ruled out in the Europa League match against Metalist Kharkiv on February 14, 2013
Read Next:
Match Analysis: Newcastle 0-0 Metalist
You May Like
Recomended from Sports Mole