English Premier League

Man United vs Newcastle 2021-22 English Premier League

  • 45'+2': Cristiano Ronaldo
  • 62': Cristiano Ronaldo
  • 80': Bruno Fernandes
  • 90'+2': Jesse Lingard
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4 - 1
  • 56': Javier Manquillo

Cristiano Ronaldo scores two on Manchester United return

Cristiano Ronaldo scored twice as Manchester United beat Newcastle United 4-1 at Old Trafford on Saturday.

Match Commentary

  • 0': First Half begins.
  • 45'+2': Goal! Manchester United 1, Newcastle United 0. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) right footed shot from very close range to the centre of the goal.
  • 56': Goal! Manchester United 1, Newcastle United 1. Javier Manquillo (Newcastle United) right footed shot from the right side of the box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Allan Saint-Maximin.
  • 60': Paul Pogba (Manchester United) is shown the yellow card for a bad foul.
  • 62': Goal! Manchester United 2, Newcastle United 1. Cristiano Ronaldo (Manchester United) left footed shot from the left side of the box to the centre of the goal. Assisted by Luke Shaw.
  • 66': Substitution, Manchester United. Jesse Lingard replaces Jadon Sancho.
  • 77': Substitution, Newcastle United. Jacob Murphy replaces Javier Manquillo.
  • 80': Goal! Manchester United 3, Newcastle United 1. Bruno Fernandes (Manchester United) right footed shot from outside the box to the top left corner. Assisted by Paul Pogba.
  • 84': Substitution, Newcastle United. Jamal Lewis replaces Ciaran Clark.
  • 85': Substitution, Manchester United. Anthony Martial replaces Bruno Fernandes.
  • 85': Substitution, Manchester United. Donny van de Beek replaces Mason Greenwood.
  • 85': Substitution, Newcastle United. Jeff Hendrick replaces Joseph Willock.
  • 90'+2': Goal! Manchester United 4, Newcastle United 1. Jesse Lingard (Manchester United) right footed shot from the centre of the box to the top right corner. Assisted by Paul Pogba.

Game Information

Competition: English Premier League

Venue: Old Trafford
Location: Manchester, England
Attendance: 72,732

English Premier League Standings

POS TEAM GP GD PTS
+62 Manchester City 38 91 3
+62 Arsenal 38 89 5
+45 Liverpool 38 82 4
+15 Aston Villa 38 68 10
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Statistics

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2 Fouls 9
0 Yellow Cards 1
0 Red Cards 0
3 Offsides 1
3 Corner Kicks 7
2 Saves 2
35.9 Possession 64.1
12 SHOTS 21
3 ON GOAL 7
0.3 On Target % 0.3
0 Penalty Goals 0
0 Penalty Kicks Taken 0
299 Accurate Passes 581
365 Passes 644
0.8 Pass Completion % 0.9
2 Accurate Crosses 4
10 Crosses 23
0.2 Cross % 0.2
64 Long Balls 35
30 Accurate Long Balls 28
0.5 Long Balls % 0.8
3 Blocked Shots 5
10 Effective Tackles 11
17 Tackles 19
0.6 Tackle % 0.6
13 Interceptions 4
21 Effective Clearances 11
21 Clearances 11

Line-Ups

MAN Manchester United (4-2-3-1)

No. Name
1 David de Gea (GK)
5 Harry Maguire
19 Raphaël Varane
23 Luke Shaw
29 Aaron Wan-Bissaka
18 Bruno Fernandes
31 Nemanja Matic
6 Paul Pogba Yellow Card
7 Cristiano Ronaldo
25 Jadon Sancho
11 Mason Greenwood

NEW Newcastle United (5-4-1)

No. Name
27 Freddie Woodman (GK)
6 Jamaal Lascelles
2 Ciaran Clark
14 Isaac Hayden
11 Matt Ritchie
19 Javier Manquillo
36 Sean Longstaff
28 Joe Willock
7 Joelinton
24 Miguel Almirón
10 Allan Saint-Maximin

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