After yesterday’ draw with Hull City at St James’ Park, here are our player ratings from Newcastle’s comeback: Tim Krul, 6: Probably won’t be beaten by two better goals all season. Otherwise assured and done everything expected of him. Daryl Janmaat, 6: Supported the attack well as usual, will be a real asset when the team finds some form. Mike Williamson, 6: Thankfully played nothing like he did against Southampton. Fabricio Coloccini, 7: Newcastle’s best defender on the day. Came in for some stick after the Southampton game but responded well. Paul Dummett, 6: Typical performance, solid and unspectacular. Was a surprise to see him replace Haidara in the starting line-up. Cheick Tiote, 8: Fantastic performance in the middle. Gave the ball away for one of the goals but was otherwise exceptional, driving the team forward and creating Cisse’s first goal. Jack Colback, 7: Wasn’t quite as influential as he has been this season but still got around the pitch well and linked play. Moussa Sissoko, 6: Tried to create when he could but can’t quite find the understanding with the strikers yet. Remy Cabella, 7: Undoubtedly Newcastle’s brightest attacking threat but needs to find extra quality in the final third. Yoan Gouffran, 6: Another hard-working performance from the Frenchman, who done well to pop up in the box and set up the equaliser. Emmanuel Riviere, 5: Seems to do many things right – runs the channels and holds the ball up – but doesn’t have the instinct to get him into goal scoring positions. SUBS: Papiss Cisse, 9: Man of the match. Not fully fit after the knee injury but had enough in his locker to bag two goals. Has the poacher’s threat that Newcastle need. Sammy Ameobi and Ayoze Perez: Not enough time to make an impact.