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The full-time whistle goes and Man City have beaten Newcastle 2-0 to go top of the table. Edin Dzeko and Alvaro Negredo grabbed the goals, although they benefited from a contentious decision in the first half as Cheick Tiote had a goal ruled out.
GOAL! Alvaro Negredo makes it 2-0 to Man City. The danger for Newcastle was always that they would leave themselves vulnerable at the back, and they are punished as James Milner plays through Negredo in oceans of space. Tim Krul saves his initial effort but the ball ricochets nicely for Negredo and gives him the simplest of finishes into an empty net.
Alan Pardew makes a double change for the final few minutes, with Hatem Ben Arfa and Massadio Haidara coming on for Yoan Gouffran and Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa.
The physios are having to be very careful as they stretcher off with Samir Nasri, who is looking quite tearful. Let us hope the injury is not as serious as it looks, with Milner now on for the closing stages.
Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa is booked following a wild swing of his leg at Samir Nasri, which leaves the Man City playmaker down in pain. That was a nasty challenge and Yanga-Mbiwa is maybe lucky to have only been shown a yellow.
Newcastle's first change of the afternoon is a positive one, as Vurnon Anita makes way for Papiss Cisse.
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