Newcastle United vs. Liverpool  0 - 6

General Game Stats Chart


Minute   Description
90' +3 Suso works the ball well before striking at goal; Elliot is equal to it and that is that. The full time whistle goes and, predictably, brings forth a chorus of boos from the home support - a truly dismal day for anyone involved with Newcastle football club.
90' +2 Chants of 'You'll Never Walk Alone' ring out around the ground as the Newcastle support are predictably, and somewhat understandably, outsung comprehensively.
90' Three minutes of stoppage time is called as Newcastle continue to play out the game; the end of this game can't come soon enough for the home side.
89' The home side are keeping possession in their own half, eliciting cheers from either the home or away support - it's hard to tell. Regardless of where they're coming from, it's difficult to envisage them being all that sincere.
87' This game looks set to peter out as, frankly, the only real talking point remaining lies in the reception the Newcastle support gives at the final whistle. One can't imagine that it will be all too positive.
85' J. Shelvey enters the game and replaces D. Sturridge.
Newcastle have an opportunity to retrieve at least some of their dignity but Anita's cross just about eludes Cisse and the home side remain without a goal to their name.
84' Suso enters the game and replaces Philippe Coutinho.
The two stars of today's ridiculously dominant display make way as Coutinho and Sturridge are replaced by Suso and Shelvey; the former pair have been truly excellent today.
83' Sturridge has another opportunity to make it seven after some more brilliant work from Coutinho. The Brazilian feeds Borini, who duly plays the ball out right to Sturridge. The striker strikes the ball goalwards on his left foot but the strike is blocked and the away side remain in search of that elusive seventh goal.
81' Coutinho goes oh-so-close to making it seven! After a lovely run, he decides to shoot himself, rifling an effort at goal from 25 yards out. Elliot does well to get a hand to it, tipping onto the bar and preventing a seventh goal. The home side have found their attempts to contain Coutinho largely fruitless this evening.
80' I think it's safe to say this is a pretty irretrievable situation for the home side, they don't look as if they're going to score and, even if they do, it would make little difference, both in terms of morale, support and their attempts to avoid relegation. Liverpool are currently playing the ball around nicely; they have really enjoyed themselves out there today.

Premier League table

# Team MP D P
1 38 +43 89
2 38 +32 78
3 38 +36 75
4 38 +35 73
5 38 +20 72
6 38 +15 63
7 38 +28 61
8 38 -4 49
9 38 -4 46
10 38 -8 46
11 38 -17 44
12 38 -10 43
13 38 -11 42
14 38 -11 41
15 38 -22 41
16 38 -23 41
17 38 -13 39
18 38 -26 36
19 38 -30 28
20 38 -30 25