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  • Newcastle bottom after defeat at West Ham

    LONDON: Newcastle United slumped to the foot of the Premier League table after a 2-0 defeat at West Ham United on Monday left manager Steve McClaren still seeking a first win in charge...

    Dimitri Payet was Newcastle’s chief tormentor, scoring early in each half to lift West Ham into the top five with three wins and two defeats from their opening five games...

  • Hemed gives Brighton revenge over Newcastle

    LONDON: Israeli striker Tomer Hemed’s 51st-minute goal earned Brighton and Hove Albion a 1-0 victory over last season’s Championship sparring partners Newcastle United in the Premier League on Sunday...

    Rafa Benitez’s Newcastle, who drop down to joint eighth, had pipped Brighton to the Championship (second tier) title by one point on the final day of last season, having beaten them at home and away...

  • Saints, Newcastle crash out of League Cup

    LONDON: Burnley beat Blackburn Rovers 2-0 at Ewood Park in their East Lancashire derby but Premier League sides Southampton and Newcastle United crashed out of the English League Cup to Championship opposition in Wednesday’s second-round games...

    Newcastle, after two straight losses in the Premier League, were pushed into extra time by Nottingham Forest with the tie ending 2-2 after normal time, Jason Cummings scoring twice for the...

  • Newcastle and Hull in survival shootout

    LONDON: Northeast rivals Hull City and Newcastle United face a shootout for Premier League survival this weekend as the 2014-15 campaign reaches its conclusion...

    Hull must win at home to Manchester United on Sunday to stand any chance of staying up, but if they succeed, Newcastle will be relegated unless they prevail at home to West Ham United...

  • Hull relegated, Newcastle survive as Stoke ruin Gerrard farewell on final day of drama

    LONDON: Hull City were relegated and Newcastle United survived the drop on a dramatic final day of the Premier League season marked by high scores and high-profile departures on Sunday...

    Newcastle’s 2-0 win over West Ham United at a raucous St James’ Park, where Moussa Sissoko scored after 54 minutes and Jonas Gutierrez added a second in the dying minutes, meant they finished with 39 points while Hull ended on 35 and in the bottom...

  • Hazard inspires Chelsea comeback against Newcastle

    LONDON: Eden Hazard gave England followers a glimpse of what to expect at next summer’s World Cup with a glorious display as Chelsea beat Newcastle United 3-1 at Stamford Bridge...

    Chelsea’s victory, which keeps them third in the Premier League, ought to have been more emphatic but it briefly looked as if they might not collect the three points at all when Newcastle took a surprise lead in the 12th minute...

  • Aguero hits five as City crush Newcastle to go top

    LONDON: Sergio Aguero scored five times in 20 minutes as Manchester City came from behind to thrash Newcastle United 6-1 and go back to the top of the Premier League table on Saturday...

    City, beaten by West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur in their last two league games, appeared to be in danger of another defeat after Aleksandar Mitrovic put Newcastle ahead in the 18th minute at the Etihad Stadium...

  • Arsenal, City stroll as Olsson stuns Newcastle

    Meanwhile, Newcastle United were left six points adrift of safety after Martin Olsson’s dramatic 93rd-minute goal earned Norwich City a potentially pivotal 3-2 win in a relegation tussle at Carrow Road...

    Rafael Benitez’s mission to steer Newcastle to safety received a serious setback at Carrow Road...

  • United run aground against dogged Newcastle

    LONDON: Manchester United's winning start to the Premier League season ended on Saturday as they were held to a frustrating 0-0 draw by Newcastle United at a sun-soaked Old Trafford...

    The hosts, who gave Bastian Schweinsteiger a full debut, dominated the early stages and Wayne Rooney saw a goal ruled out for a tight offside, but Newcastle went close when Aleksandar Mitrovic headed against the bar...

  • Chelsea sink nine-man Arsenal, Newcastle lose again

    Watford heaped more misery on former England manager Steve McClaren with a 2-1 win at Newcastle while Bournemouth managed their first ever Premier League home win in beating Sunderland 2-0...

    Odion Ighalo kept Newcastle in the relegation zone as the Nigerian forward’s double inspired Watford’s 2-1 win at St James’ Park...

  • Liverpool upset by lowly Newcastle

    NEWCASTLE: Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool resurgence ran aground on Sunday as they missed the chance to close in on the Premier League’s top four when they suffered a shock 2-0 defeat to lowly Newcastle United at St James’ Park...

    That gave Newcastle only a second home win of the season and took them above neighbours and relegation rivals Sunderland in the bottom three...

  • Four-goal Wijnaldum gives Newcastle first win

    LONDON: Dutchman Georginio Wijnaldum scored four goals as Newcastle United recorded their first win of the Premier League season in style on Sunday, crushing Norwich City 6-2 to climb off the bottom of the table on Sunday...

    Newcastle scored more goals in 90 minutes at St James’ Park than they had managed in their previous four league matches with Ayoze Perez and Aleksandar Mitrovic also finding the net...

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