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Stats from BBC Sport:

Newcastle 1 Arsenal 2


Newcastle: Clark 90+1

Arsenal: Xhaka 49, Ozil 58

Possession was Arsenal 64% Newcastle 36%

Total shots were  Arsenal 12 Newcastle 4

Shots on target were Arsenal 2 Newcastle 2

Corners were  Arsenal 4 Newcastle 10

Referee: Lee Probert

Newcastle United:

Dubravka, Yedlin, Lascelles (Clark 46), Fernandez, Dummett, Ritchie (Muto 79), Diame, Hayden, Murphy (Kenedy 69), Perez, Joselu

Unused Subs:

Darlow, Manquillo, Rondon, Shelvey

Crowd: 52,165 (3,200 Arsenal approx)

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  • Toontaff

    Hayden – 0 – bottled it v Cech.
    Kenedy 0 – not interested.

    • Peaky

      Think you could well be right about Kenedy…..Hayden is a championship player at best.

      • Kenny

        looks like Kennedy has an attitude problem. he will never make it at Chelsea & a £20m price tag is looking very sick indeed

        • Peaky

          I find a lot of Brazilian players tend to be “flash in the pain” and overrated….attitude problems definitely and that’s without mentioning preening diving devious cheats like Neymar & Rivaldo to name but two…

      • Paul Patterson

        After admitting wanting out, he should never be picked again . .

  • Kenny

    the weakness in the squad was there for all to see yesterday, half those on that field should never wear the shirt again, problem is the Fat Rat has left the cupboard bare so there is no one to replace them. once again the manager has to play the long game & hope there are 3 teams that are a bigger parcel of shyte than us.

    • Michael

      Spot on Kenny, the big frustration is seeing a procession of players everyone can see just aren’t good enough regularly getting a game. Who in our team would get a game for anyone else? Lascelles and possibly Shelvey the rest don’t make me laugh. What’s even worse is the fact our bench has nothing and again is full of mainly journeyman foreigners, Kennedy, Muto et al. Gut wrenching to watch.

  • Paul Patterson

    5’s and 6’s all round ..

    • Kenny

      that is very generous of you, Hoss, Slomo, Perez etc have all reverted back to normal, useless !

  • Philippines

    On the BBC match report it is stated as follows………..”Both Murphy and Joselu proved worthy additions as, along with Perez, the home side went about forcing Arsenal into errors in front of a home crowd encouraged by Newcastle’s desire to get forward”. That does not tie in with the ‘useless’ comment and others that are made here. I thought they both made a significant contribution but, of course, I was only watching on a screen.

  • Tweed Mag

    Perez was nowhere to be seen yesterday. Kenedy was completely out of sorts. The second half fell flat, the team, the fans, the tactics all reflected how short of inspiration we are. Ritchie tried his best, Fernandez looked good, but Hayden should pack his bags and go – it is obvious he wants to be elsewhere and that is no good to us, or him. Add to that, an owner who does not back his team or his manager, who is continually absent and offers no encouragement at all. This season is an uphill struggle in every sense and we all know it. Things can change, but we are going to need every ounce of luck that comes our way.