NEWCASTLE threw away a precious three points at Wolves in the 95th minute at Molineux.
The Premier League kings of the late show did it again deep into stoppage time with a controversial Willy Boly header to deny Rafa Benitez three points.
Getty – Contributor6 Willy Boly is too strong for Toon keeper Martin Dubravka
Getty – Contributor6 Wolves celebrate late leveller against Newcastle
Toon keeper Martin Dubravka was far too weak when he needed to at his most decisive to preserve a vital win which would put clear daylight between them and the drop zone.
Boly rose highest at the far post to head in the equaliser to the delight of the home fans, leaving Newcastle players appealing for a foul.
Toon boss Benitez was furious with the late leveller that his side shipped and had a word with referee Graham Scott at the end.
Nuno Espirito Santo's men have scored 14 goals in the 80th minute or later – six of those in injury time.
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AFP or licensors6 Willy Boly rises above Toon keeper Martin Dubravka
Getty – Contributor6 Rafa Benitez is furious the goal has been given
Reuters6 Isaac Hayden opened the scoring for Newcastle
Isaac Hayden thought he was the unlikely Toon hero when he opened the scoring with just his second ever Prem strike.
Wolves controlled the game early on but failed to create any real chances.
But it opened up after the break with Matt Doherty and Raul Jimenez both guilty of close-range misses.
Hayden who wanted out of St James' Park last month showed Benitez why is worth him sticking around when he broke and drilled the ball past Patricio on his near post.
Reuters6 Record signing Miguel Almiron looked lively on his debut
But the Portuguese keeper's tame hand on the ball while he was moving the wrong way just helped it into the back of the net.
The visitors looked comfortable and even had time to introduce record signing Miguel Almiron who looked lively with his direct running at the Wolves defence.
But the Toon failed to keep the home side at bay when sub Adama Traore cross came down with snow on it, but Boly who rose above the flapping Dubravka to head home for a precious point.
The result leaves Newcastle one point above the bottom three in 16th place while Wolves remain seventh.