Twitter trolls Manchester United as they lose to Newcastle

Mike Ashley

"The last four or five minutes, you could hear the crowd really drilling us on - you couldn't even talk to someone on the pitch because the fans were so loud", he added.

The victory pushes Newcastle up to 13-place in the Premier League but Benitez's side are still in the thick of it as they sit just two points away from the last relegation place which is occupied by Southampton.

While Manchester United had some good chances in the game near the end, they were below par for so long that it did not feel as though the team deserved to take anything from the game. With the bigger teams, teams like us will always want it a lot more and their quality wasn't enough to beat us. "At this time, it is a boost for everyone, and it keeps the team believing that we can win against any team".

The 26-year-old academy product has played 131 games for the club since his debut in 2013, scoring three goals.

"Every game now is massive and every point that we win will make the difference", said Perez.

As I write these notes I am still not sure whether they will be able today, but if they do play, hopefully they can show us what the can bring to the team and provided a boost for everyone. "They were with through the whole game and we needed them".

"The way we were playing, with everybody giving everything, was absolutely fantastic".

"Now we have those three points we come out of it".

It's likely to be a similar result this time around in the North East as Newcastle haven't won at home (in the league) since October. Now we keep working and rest a little bit as well. "That is it. We were very close in a lot of games, but we were unlucky".

Alexis Sanchez was denied by a goal-line clearance just before the pendulum swung Newcastle's way, with a Jonjo Shelvey free-kick eventually played in for the unmarked Ritchie to rifle home.

"First of all, Newcastle's players and staff gave everything they have, and what they don't have, and that is a attractive thing", said the Manchester United boss.



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