Calvert-Lewin's late penalty earns Everton point at Newcastle

Dominic Calvert-Lewin ended a 23-game goal drought when he scored a late penalty on Tuesday to give struggling Everton a 1-1 Premier League draw at Newcastle United, who will rue several missed opportunities in a match they largely dominated.
Everton were desperately poor in the first half but improved with the introduction of James Garner and Andre Gomes off the bench to take some control in midfield, where they had been over-run by their hosts following Alexander Isak's opener.
They were awarded the spot kick when Ashley Young was hauled to the floor by Newcastle defender Paul Dummett, who had only just come on to the pitch, and Calvert-Lewin netted his first goal since October.
"He has been working hard and getting in the right areas. He strikes it well enough to go in and I am pleased for him and the group," Everton manager Sean Dyche told BBC.
"Tonight was a really good performance, particularly in the second half. We finally found a penalty, we don't get many. They got the right decision and we scored.
"I know we are capable of getting wins and results, we haven't scored as many as we would like but the mentality is right and certainly right tonight."