Newcastle Humbles Crystal Palace in a Four Goal Thriller

At St. James’ Park on a Saturday afternoon, Newcastle United cruised to a 4-0 win against their visitor, Crystal Palace, thanks to goals from Callum Wilson and Jacob Murphy.

In the Premier League, Sean Longstaff and Anthony Gordon helped their team defeat Crystal Palace with ease. When Newcastle manager Eddie Howe brought on Sandro Tonali in the second half, the Newcastle fans gave him a standing ovation.

Newcastle United defeated Crystal Palace easily to climb up to fifth place in the Premier League.

From the first whistle on, the home team controlled and In the fourth minute, Jacob Murphy lobbed home to give the home team the lead after the linesman’s first signal for offside on Kieran Trippier was deemed to be incorrect.

After Anthony Gordon missed an easy goal on the half-hour mark, the Eagles appeared to be extremely lucky to be tied at the break. However, Newcastle scored twice more before the break to give them a lead that did not at all flatter them.

Gordon first atoned for his error by volleying in a beautiful cross from Murphy, then nearly immediately after the kickoff, Marc Guehi mishandled a long ball, which Sean Longstaff grabbed and then slid into the goal.

Midway through the half, Murphy curled a beautiful ball behind the Palace defense, which Callum Wilson gently controlled and quietly passed into the goal for the fourth goal.

Despite the ongoing investigation into potential criminal betting activities by the Italian Prosecutor’s Office and the Italian Football Federation (FIGC), Sandro Tonali was greeted with deafening applause from the home crowd when he entered as a substitute.

Newcastle will welcome the German team Burussia Dortmund to St. James’ Park on October 25 as their next UCL game after thrashing Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) the last time out at the ongoing Champions League tournament.