Everton ran out 1-0 winners in a really poor game after a Theo Walcott goal in the 51st minute, but Newcastle fans got some consolation on the night from the display of 26-year-old Florian Lejeune. You can knock some of the passing that goes astray, but you can't knock me for that.
It wasn't all plain sailing for Allardyce, who had to endure a banner reading "Our survey says.get out of our club" being unfurled before kick-off. "At the moment his game has improved very, very well over the last four games, which we're very pleased to see".
Everton manager Allardyce, however, put the boot into Benitez's "negative tactics" after the match.
A rare free-flowing move saw Yannick Bolasie deliver a great cross to the January signing, who teased the defenders before lashing the ball into the roof of the net.
"To get the goal - a much-needed one - is brilliant for me personally", Walcott said, according to EvertonFC.com.
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A quartet of successive victories had lifted Newcastle well clear of the bottom three and they are virtually assured of safety already, even if the point that would have guaranteed it eluded them at Everton.
Former Newcastle goalkeeper Given thinks Everton fans should remember the situation they were in before Allardyce took the job and be grateful for the current league position.
Allardyce was accompanied in his post-match press conference by the game's robot mascot, which allowed teenager Jack McLinden to fulfil the role "remotely" despite multiple health problems. I just want to repay that to him personally and this team. "The style and type of football wasn't unbelievable but they won and that's it", Benitez said.
"We are thrilled to have had the chance to do this for Jack and we hope it has provided him with a memory he will always treasure", said Scott McLeod, Head of Engagement at Everton Football Club. "We know that feelings of isolation are a common issue for many children and families in this situation".