Manchester United young bloods return the Red Devils to winning ways against Newcastle

Manchester United found their rhythm against Newcastle as they recorded a comfortable win over the Magpies.

The Red Devils were hoping they could build their confidence by beating Newcastle after last weekend's 1-0 defeat to Arsenal.

They recorded a deserved 3-2 win over Newcastle, but despite the win, they could miss out on European football next season.

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As it happened

Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag has made a few changes for Bruno Fernandes, his captain, to replace Rasmus Hoglund after he recovers from a rare injury.

Casemiro and Jonny Evans returned to the starting line-up in defence, the only change following their 1-0 loss to Arsenal.

After recovering from injury, Newcastle made only a few changes as Kieran Trippier made his first appearance for Newcastle since March. He replaces Tino Livramento – with everyone retaining their place from the 1-1 draw with Brighton.

Manchester United started the game brightly and created chances, but did not score until the 32nd minute.

Kobbie Mainoo was in acres of space in the penalty area as Bruno Fernandes set up Amad Diallo before firing a shot into the bottom corner as the Red Devils headed into the break.

The second half began and Newcastle were back on level terms. Andre Onana fired a goal-kick up the pitch and two Manchester United players failed to control it before Jacob Murphy sent a cross that Anthony Gordon slotted into the net.

Rasmus Hoglund scores for Manchester United ||  imago

Rasmus Hoglund scores for Manchester United || imago

The Red Devils responded quickly and took the initiative. Bruno Fernandes' corner was headed in but only to Amad Diallo, who fired in a shot from 16 yards, leaving Martin Dubravka without a chance.

Ten Hag's men rose to the occasion once again and added a third goal. Bruno Fernandes found Hoglon just outside the penalty area. He cut inside two defenders and fired a shot into the bottom corner from 16 yards.

Newcastle got a goal back to make it 3-2 in stoppage time after Casemiro's header from a corner fell to Lewis Hall who curled a stunning shot past Andre Onana.

Despite taking a late lead and scoring a stoppage-time goal, Newcastle lost 3-2, leaving them in a difficult position for European football next season.


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