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Official Match Cam footage of Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – Well worth a watch

Official Match Cam footage of Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – Well worth a watch

An excellent result, Newcastle 3 Fulham 0.

Making it eight wins from nine Premier League games this season at St James’ Park!

Eddie Howe’s side serving up a perfect response to three defeats in a row.

So much to talk about in this Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 clash.

Great goals and an incident packed game.

Interesting to see this Match Cam footage (watch below) released by the club.

Showing behind the scenes stuff, as well as excellent different angle match action from an alternative angle, down at pitch level.

The three goals caught perfectly, what a cross from Bruno for Burn, then a perfect angle for Lewis Miley knee slide to celebrate his first ever goal.

Whilst this angle for the Jimenez red card ‘challenge’ is interesting to say the least.

Well worth watching the whole thing.

Stats via BBC Sport:

Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – Saturday 16 December 3pm


Newcastle United:

Miley 57, Almiron 64, Burn 82


Jimenez 22 Red card

Possession was Fulham 29% Newcastle 71%

Total shots were Fulham 6 Newcastle 27

Shots on target were Fulham 4 Newcastle 10

Corners were Fulham 1 Newcastle 5

Referee: Samuel Barrott

Attendance: 52,055 (Approx 1,200 Fulham)

Newcastle team v Fulham:

Dubravka, Livramento (ritchie 84), Lascelles, Schar (Krafth 14), Burn (Botman 84), Bruno, Longstaff, Joelinton (Lewis Miley 36), Almiron, Gordon (Hall 84), Wilson

Unused subs:

Karius, Dummett, Gillespie, Alex Murphy

(Official Newcastle United injury update – Follows Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – Read HERE)

(Marco Silva blames the referee for Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – You have to laugh! Read HERE)

(It was definitely everything I ever dreamt of – Lewis Miley living the… dream – Read HERE)

(Read Newcastle 3 Fulham 0 – Instant Newcastle United fan / writer reaction – read HERE)

Newcastle United confirmed matches to end of January 2024:

Tuesday 19 December 2023 – Chelsea v Newcastle (8pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 23 December 2023 – Luton v Newcastle (3pm)

Tuesday 26 December 2023 – Newcastle v Forest (12.30pm) Amazon

Monday 1 January 2024 – Liverpool v Newcastle (8pm) Sky Sports

Saturday 6 January 2024 – Sunderland v Newcastle (12.45pm) ITV

Saturday 13 January 2024 – Newcastle v Man City (5.30pm) TNT Sports

Tuesday 30 January 2024 – Aston Villa v Newcastle (8.15pm) TNT Sports

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