Newcastle United added to Sean Dyche's misery after putting three past an alarmingly below-par Burnley at St James' Park.
The Magpies took the lead when Allan Saint-Maximin beat Nick Pope from the edge of the penalty area in the 14th minute.
Ashley Westwood drew the Clarets level with a wonderful volley from Phil Bardsley's cross on the hour, but the home side regained their lead four minutes later.
Saint-Maximin left Charlie Taylor for dead on the right hand side and put the ball on a plate for Callum Wilson to side-foot home.
A calamitous error from Pope, when applying a heavy touch to James Tarkowski's back pass, then led to United's third as the England international brought substitute Ryan Fraser down in the box.
Wilson took responsibility from 12 yards out, chipping the ball down the middle, to send Steve Bruce's side up to sixth.
5. James Tarkowski 5
The returning centre back was an aerial threat in both boxes, picking up key positions to clear the danger when the home side swung crosses in from both sides. Made a number of excellent challenges in and around the penalty area and showed good strength.
6. Josh Brownhill 5
Just couldn't make an impression on the right hand side with most of his running, particularly in the first half, going towards his own goal. Pinned back by Lewis, who prevented the midfielder from providing an outlet. Better when moved into the middle.
7. Dwight McNeil 5
Showed great maturity defensively, tracking the runner following a give-and-go in behind the full back. Carried the ball well at times, delivered well beyond United's defence, but his decision-making was questionable.
8. Ashley Westwood 6
The midfielder was like a terrier in the middle of the park, closing the opposition down, snapping at their heels and attempting to limit their time on the ball. Newcastle United legend Alan Shearer would've been proud of his finish for the equaliser.