Football Fixture Manchester United Vs Newcastle United

This accessory was first played April 6, 1895, when Manchester United - then still known as Newton Heath - beat Newcastle United 5.1 on Bank Street in Clayton, Manchester, before a crowd of 6000 it Newton Heath had moved there two years after playing their league matches at the start of the North road; it was a second division clash with the team having been relegated from the First Division of the Football League the previous season.

First win of Newcastle United in support came Nov. 13, 1897 1.0 thanks to a goal by Willie Wardrope.
Newcastle biggest away win so far against the Red Devils came 25 years after the team officially changed its name to Manchester United on September 10, 1927. Newcastle won 7.1 before a crowd of 50,217 at Old Trafford where Manchester club had moved in 1910.

Newcastle scored seven goals again in the 1930-1931 Season, with four in reply. Cape Jack scored a hat-trick for the visitors with Tommy Reid also scoring a hat-trick for the home side.
A random high score of 4.4 was held January 31, 1959 with Bobby Charlton and Dennis Viollet and Alberts - Quixall and Scanlon - score goals the home team. Newcastle scored by Ivor Allchurch, John McGuigan and two of Len White.

Close games high score between the two teams include a narrow victory for the 3.2 Lancashire team in September 3, 1966, when Denis Law scored the winner. Manchester United again October 15, 1977, shortly after Dave Sexton replaced Tommy Docherty as manager. Jimmy Greenhoff scored the winner that day

The home side won 5.3 November 23, 2002, with Ruud van Nistelrooy scoring a hat-trick. Newcastle goals so far included 100 Premier League goals Alan Shearer at the club (he also became the first player to score 100 Premiership goals for two different clubs - Blackburn Rovers being the other).
Boxing Day 2012 Manchester United won 4.3 with Javier Hernandez scoring the winner in the final minute of one of the most impressive games of the equipment produced.

Manchester United teams have six goals before the Magpies in this device during three distinct periods in the club's history, and all in the top tier of English football. Nearly 40 years later, January 12, 2008, Manchester United won again 6.0, this time before a crowd of nearly 76,000. Your goals that day included a hat-trick from Cristiano Ronaldo. The team of Alex Ferguson would win the second of three consecutive league titles this season and the third Cup Club Europe (now Champions League) in Moscow a little over four months later, against Chelsea.
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