Jonas Gutierrez hailed Newcastle United's victory at Chelsea and believes the club are still in a good position to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.
A stunning double from Papiss Cisse secured a 2-0 success at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday evening and all-but ended Chelsea's hopes of finishing in the top four.
The result leaves Newcastle trailing fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur on goal difference with two games to play, while Alan Pardew's side are only a point adrift of Arsenal in third.
The Magpies entertain Premier League leaders Manchester City on Sunday and Gutierrez is expecting another tough encounter in the fight to make the Champions League.
"I think it was one of the best results of the season because we had three games to go and it was against a team we are fighting with in the table," said Gutierrez.
"It was magnificent and the team played very well. Now we have two games to go and we are in a good position.
"The squad and the staff are working hard to do our best for those games, starting with Sunday. We have to keep going and keep focused because we have two big games.
"Manchester City know what is expected of them: they have to win if they want to be the champions, so it will be a massive game."