Made a great stop from close range to prevent Taylor from heading Newcastle in front but was helpless to stop Santon from levelling the game.
The Paraguayan made a number of key tackles in a supreme defensive effort which enabled Wigan to repel a number of Newcastle attacks.
At fault for Newcastle's equaliser, as he was well beaten by counterpart Santon. A blot on an otherwise solid performance from the left-back.
The experienced full-back was extremely diligent in defence and did not allow the visitors much joy down the left flank.
The Scot was excellent in possession, spraying the ball around the middle of the park effectively to enable Wigan to dictate play for large periods.
Employed in a more defensive capacity than usual but he found himself overrun in the second period.
The Austrian was a picture of composure in the Wigan defence, forming a solid defensive spine with his centre-back partner Alcaraz.
Finished coolly to give Wigan the lead and was a constant thorn in the Newcastle side with his pace and invention going forward.
Played a key role in Wigan's opener, delivering an excellent far-post cross from the right. However, he should have been dismissed for an awful tackle on Haidara.
Found little in the way of goalscoring opportunities and cut an isolated figure in one of his quieter games.
Made a smart save to deny Maloney but could do little to stop Beausejour from scoring.
After some early struggles the Frenchman settled well, defending with relative comfort for the majority of the game despite good pressure from the hosts.
Came close to giving Newcastle the lead when his header was well saved by Robles and produced a strong and composed display at the back.
Brought off due to a hamstring injury early in the first half.
At fault for Wigan's opener as he failed to control a far post cross but the Italian more than redeemed himself with a superb equaliser and was a constant attacking outlet for the visitors.
Pacy and tricky, Marveaux was Newcastle's main creative outlet but found Wigan's defence to be a formidable adversary.
Produced an excellent tackle to stop Maloney from doubling Wigan's lead in the opening period and was proficient from a defensive standpoint all afternoon.
Provided Newcastle with plenty of drive from midfield but did not create any goalscoring chances in a somewhat frustrating afternoon for the former Toulouse man.
The Ivorian was typically robust in his play but was often lax in possession when the visitors looked to go forward.
Energetic down the left flank but was unsuccessful in his attempts to craft any moments of real quality.
Got himself into a number of good positions but wasted a few decent chances as the Magpies pushed for a leveller.
Culpable for the first goal as he was beaten by McManaman down the right flank before being stretchered off less than 10 minutes later.
Disciplined after coming on at right-back, Perch defended well and was comfortable in possession when pushed into attacking areas.
Came on late in the second half to try and earn the points for Newcastle but did not craft anything of any real note.