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Old Trafford (ATT 75,233) 7th December 2013 - Kick off 12:45

Man Utd Manchester United vs Newcastle United Newcastle


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  1. The final whistle goes and Newcastle have held on for a famous 1-0 victory to win at Old Trafford for the first time in 41 years. The result leaves Man Utd ninth in the table and further damages their chances of retaining the Premier league title. Still 12 points adrift of top spot, boos ring out around the ground as Alan Pardew rushes out to congratulate his players.

  2. 90

    Vurnon Anita is booked following a foul on Anderson in midfield as Newcastle continue to fight hard.

  3. 88

    Loic Remy does brilliantly once again to hold up play for Newcastle and win a throw-in even when he has no support up front, as the frustration grows for Man Utd.

  4. 86

    Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa gives away a needless free-kick with an ugly tackle on Patrice Evra, and Newcastle are sitting back really deep now as they look to protect their slender lead.

  5. 85

    Adnan Januzaj tries to make something happen for Man Utd with a quick burst down the wing but there are few options for him and he is eventually crowded out.

  6. 83

    Mathieu Debuchy, who has just picked up a knock, makes way for Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa as Alan Pardew changes his right-back.

  7. 82

    Newcastle are still looking well organised at the back and Man Utd appear devoid of inspiration as the clock ticks down.

  8. 80

    Mathieu Debuchy heads powerfully corner following a threatening Man Utd move and Loic Remy holds the ball up nicely to give his defence a breather, which is something he has done repeatedly this afternoon.

  9. 78

    Shola Ameobi enters the fray for Newcastel as goalscorer Yohan Cabaye makes way.

  10. 77

    An attacking change for Man Utd as Antonio Valencia replaces Rafael for the closing stages.

  11. 76

    Adnan Januzaj shows quick feet out wide to win a free-kick for Man Utd and Robin van Persie's inswinging delivery creeps agonisingly wide of the far post, with Jonny Evans just unable to provide the slightest of touches needed to score.

  12. 74

    Wilfried Zaha has looked lively since coming on and nearly equalises for Newcastle as he bends a shot from the left-hand corner of the box narrowly wide of the far post.

  13. 72

    GOAL DISALLOWED. Man Utd's celebrations are cut short as Robin van Persie heads home following a free-kick but the flag is raised, correctly, for offside.

  14. 71

    The onus may be on Man Utd to get forward but it is Newcastle keeping the ball well at the moment as Mathieu Debuchy's determination wins the visitors a throw-in in an advanced area.

  15. 70

    Man Utd's second change sees Anderson come on for Tom Cleverley in the heart of midfield.

  16. 69

    Hatem Ben Arfa tries his luck with a shot from 25 yards which is fiercely struck but lacks control as it flies over the top.

  17. 68

    David Moyes shuffles his pack by replacing Nani with Wilfried Zaha, and this is the type of opportunity the former Crystal Palace youngster will be desperate to seize after a frustrating start to the season.

  18. 66

    Mathieu Debuchy is still looking to get forward but on this occasion his cross from the right is blocked by Patrice Evra to halt a promising counter-attack.

  19. 65

    Nani's frustrations are evident as a bad tackle on Yohan Cabaye leaves the Frenchman having to shake off a slight knock.

  20. 63

    The crowd has been stunned momentarily into silence as David Moyes ponders how to respond to that setback, with the Man Utd substitutes sent to warm up.

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