Callum Wilson believes Newcastle are within “touching distance” of qualifying for Champions League next season, after scoring 11 goals in his last 10 appearances for them.

Wilson scored twice to lead Newcastle past West Ham 5-1 Wednesday, while Joelinton also found the back of the net. Now seven points ahead in third place, Newcastle can secure its future by continuing their winning ways.

Howe’s side are on the brink of European football

Once England’s big clubs return from Qatar, a regular schedule of training and tactical work awaits them – an opportunity to aim their sights at earning a Champions League spot and prove they belong among Europe’s elite clubs.

Callum Wilson showed his ambition and drive against Brighton with two goals against them, starting off the scoring early with an efficient penalty penalty during first-half stoppage time and then going on to score another important one in the 56th minute with his deft header.

This was not a team built around Guardiola or Haaland and De Bruyne; this was a team that knew how to embrace chaos and find opportunities, ready to strike at every opportunity that presented itself – now on the verge of winning another European trophy!

Wilson’s goals

Wilson has scored three goals for Newcastle over their last two games, helping push them closer towards reaching their top-four target and closing within one point of Arsenal in the race for Champions League football. And the striker says it would be amazing to fulfil his childhood dream and walk out for England in European competition.

Wilson had an impressive start to the season which earned him selection in Gareth Southgate’s World Cup squad, yet he has struggled since returning from Qatar and been benched for multiple matches.

Howe has released Wilson from his leash, and Wilson responded by netting two goals against Brighton at St James’ Park on Wednesday. His first came early when he got in behind Brighton’s high line to head home Allan Saint-Maximin’s cross in the sixth minute. Later, he set up Joelinton for their third goal but was denied his hat-trick due to wooden work; four shots were taken while creating three chances in total; giving Wilson back-to-back braces and eight goals across seven EPL appearances while only starting twice!

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Brighton’s errors

The Seagulls’ remarkable turnaround can be attributed to several factors, including their dedicated fanbase. Dick Knight led the scuffle that ultimately overthrew Archer in 1997 before opening their brand new stadium at Falmer in 2011 after playing on temporary pitches such as Gillingham’s Priestfield or Withdean Athletics Track for over 10 years prior.

Roberto De Zerbi’s pragmatic football approach has produced results, and is one of the main contributors to its turnaround. Graham Potter was fired this season but De Zerbi remains as manager, playing an instrumental role in turning around results at the club.

Brighton’s Champions League dreams may yet be derailed by refereeing errors. Their bid was dealt a severe setback on Saturday when Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg appeared to step on Kaoru Mitoma’s foot in the box – an incident missed both by referee and VAR officials and PGMOL have since offered their apologies. Unfortunately, this wasn’t the first mistake Brighton have encountered this season – multiple mistakes have plagued them this campaign!

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Newcastle’s victory

Newcastle United were given hope in their Champions League bid when Joelinton made a darting run and sent in a deflected cross that deceived Gianluigi Buffon before finding Jacob Murphy to score from close range – sending Geordie supporters leaping to their feet while holding their breath.

Kieran Trippier displayed his dead-ball ability by providing crosses which led to Deniz Undav scoring an own-goal and Dan Burn heading home a header, giving Newcastle a two-goal advantage at halftime. Their dominance continued after halftime as they regularly breached Brighton’s defense.

Joelinton, Joe Willock and Sean Longstaff’s midfield trio tormented Brighton’s punch drunk opponents easily. Alexander Isak hit a shot narrowly wide of the post before Miguel Almiron and Callum Wilson collaborated with each other to breach Brighton’s offside trap and set Bruno Guimaraes up for an easy four-goal goal against Brighton – making the final score 4-1 to Newcastle who will move within three points of reaching Europe’s elite competition with victory against Leicester City next Monday.

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