Three Magpies reacted on Twitter to the 1-1 draw at home to Manchester City.
The Magpies, who picked up their first win under the Spaniard last weekend by smashing Swanea City 3-0, also had to come from behind in order to do so after Sergio Aguero's 14th-minute goal.
The Argentine's opener was, however, shrouded in controversy, with replays showing the striker to be in an offside position when he headed past goalkeeper Karl Darlow.
But United showed a resilience which perhaps eluded them in Steve McClaren's ill-fated reign as Vurnon Anita restored parity shortly after the half-hour mark to keep Newcastle very much in the hunt for survival.
Great fight and great performance from the lads!! Should have been 3 points if not for a very poor decision!#nufc— Robert Elliot (@the_dilsh) April 19, 2016
That's so clearly offside not even close the lines man has to see that— Robert Elliot (@the_dilsh) April 19, 2016
Great effort tonight from the boys. Now we prepare for Saturday #⚫️⚪️— Jamaal Lascelles (@Lascelles16) April 19, 2016
Newcastle, who face a tricky trip to Liverpool this weekend, stay 19th in the Premier League table, but only two points separate them from 17th-placed Norwich City with four games to go.