Newcastle drew 0-0 with Dutch side Den Haag as they continued their pre-season, with some Newcastle players subjected to racist chanting during the game.
Tim Krul enjoyed a return to the club where his career began, having left Den Haag as a teenager in 2005.
Newcastle dominated proceedings but were unable to find a way through a stubborn home defence.
Papiss Cisse had a second half header cleared off the line, while Shola Ameobi had a goal ruled out for offside.
The occasion by marred by racist chanting from some sections of the home crowd.
A Newcastle spokesperson said: In reference to alleged racist chants reported during Newcastle United's friendly against Den Haag, the club will be raising the matter with officials at Den Haag and it will be dealt with privately."
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