Newcastle thrash Sheffield United 8-0 away with eight different goal scorers

Newcastle thrash Sheffield United 8-0 away with eight different goal scorers

Newcastle United delivered a stunning 8-0 victory over Sheffield United at Bramall Lane, leaving the home side at the bottom of the Premier League standings. This win marked Newcastle’s largest away victory and the Blades’ biggest defeat. Additionally, Newcastle made history by becoming the first team in Premier League history to have eight different goal scorers in a single game. The victory propelled Newcastle up to eighth place in the standings.

Despite their midweek Champions League game, Newcastle showed no signs of fatigue and took a commanding 3-0 lead by halftime. They continued their dominance in the second half, securing their place in the record books.

Eddie Howe, Newcastle’s manager, expressed his satisfaction with the team’s performance, highlighting the shared responsibility for the goals. He emphasized the team’s determination to score more than three goals and the importance of maintaining a winning mentality throughout the squad.

The match began on a somber note as Sheffield United paid tribute to Maddy Cusack, a midfielder from their women’s team who passed away at the age of 27. However, it was Newcastle who took the lead when Anthony Gordon assisted Sean Longstaff’s goal. Newcastle extended their lead through goals from Dan Burn and Sven Botman, both assisted by Kieran Trippier.

Trippier continued to shine, providing his third assist of the game as Callum Wilson headed home. Gordon added another goal from outside the box, leading to Blades fans leaving the stadium early. Miguel Almiron and Bruno Guimaraes also found the back of the net, with substitute Alexander Isak completing the rout with a late goal.

Sheffield United’s manager, Paul Heckingbottom, acknowledged the need for his team to learn from this defeat. He expressed disappointment with their performance, particularly in the second half, and stressed the importance of avoiding such mistakes in the future. Despite the heavy loss, Heckingbottom remained focused on accumulating points and maintaining a calm approach.

In conclusion, Newcastle United’s remarkable 8-0 victory over Sheffield United showcased their attacking prowess and made Premier League history. The defeat served as a learning opportunity for Sheffield United, who aim to bounce back and accumulate points in the upcoming matches.

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