Newcastle were 3-0 up at half time and 4-0 up after 48 minutes today with two goals from Perez, one from our new right winger Daryl Janmaat and then a final goal from Jonjo Shelvey as Newcastle bossed this game and after the horrors of the first half at Doncaster Newcastle kept a clean sheet. [...]
Here are the four goals from last night courtesy of the Newcastle United Twitter feed. They all take place at one end of the ground nice goal at the end from Ayoze. ? Here are the goals from #NUFC's 2-2 draw at @drfc_official. Full highlights to come on nufcTV in the morninghttps://t.co/9H6d6Qw9sG — [.
Matt Ritchie scored this goal after 15 minutes to put the Magpies 1-0 up against Bohemian and then after 30 minutes it was Mitrovic who made it 2-0 with a penalty. ? Matt Ritchie puts #NUFC in front against @bfcdublinhttps://t.co/OG7YtkWMew Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) July 16, 2016 ? Mitro makes it 2-0 from the [.
Despite being sacked twice by the club, Jose Mourinho will forever be considered a legend by Chelsea fans after steering the west London club into football's elite. However,this week,the 'Special One' won't have endeared himself to Blues' fans after refusing to sign a Chelsea shirt while on tour with United in China.
Minnesota United have produced a cracking little video to explain just why their goalkeeper, Sammy Ndjock, chucked the ball directly into his own net in a pre-season friendly against Bournemouth in midweek.
It transpires that, as per the video, the Cameroonian 'keeper was innocently preparing himself a jam sandwich in the minutes leading up to kick-off.
Bournemouth took on Minnesota United on Wednesday evening in the final game of the stateside leg of their pre-season tour, eventually sauntering their way to a comfortable 4-0 win over their NASL opponents.
The Cherries were helped on their way by a truly calamitous own-goal from Minnesota 'keeperSammy Ndjock, a former Cameroon international no less.
AtWheatsheaf Park on Sunday, Arsenal Ladies secured a vital 2-1 win away to Chelsea in their WSL London derby. However, the Gunners got off to an awful start, with England full-back Alex Scott netting a howler of an own-goal.
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Scott's 40-yard own-goal came after just eight minutes, with the defender's back pass eluding goalkeeperSari van Veenendaal and ending up in the back of the Arsenal net.
West Ham's media team have scored a number of own-goals in the past few seasons, with misjudged Tweets and that dismal Boleyn Groun farewell ceremony. Well, we can now add the club's 2016/17 kit launch to the list of disasters, after a bizarre rap left us wondering what in the name of almighty God we had just witnessed.
As part of Pies' ongoing mini nostalgia-fest, we thought we'd follow up our compendiumof elderlyfootballers still plugging away out thereby cobbling together a list of some of the big names whose Premier League exploits may have slipped from your consciousness over time.
Let's delve in, starting with the man in the photo above.
As you may recall, Luis Nani managed to bag himself a mid-tournament £8million move to Valencia thanks to a string of impressive performances atEuro 2016.
Well, the La Liga side finally got round to unveiling their new European Championship winner at the Mestalla yesterday, with the Portuguese winger even treating the fans in attendance to a quick demonstration of his capoeira skills.
With mortgages and 'leckybills to pay, the likes of Ronaldinho, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Michel Salgado and Hernan Crespo are all out in Chennai at the moment to take part in the inaugural Indian Futsal League tournament.
Old Man Giggs flexedhis silky skillsin Mumbai colours a few days ago, but Sunday saw Ronaldinho go up against Scholes as the former's Goa team took on the latter'sBengaluru side.
After managing to wrench himself away from the glitz and glamour of Coventry, Joe Cole joined Tampa Bay Rowdies down in the second tier of the North American football pile back in May.
Now aged 34, Cole defied his iffy knees and creaking hips to prove he can still mix it with the younglings by popping up to stick away a neat little overhead bicycle kick during Saturday's 3-0 win over Puerto Rico FC in the NASL.
"I'd love to get your thoughts on a dynamic 3-1-3-2-1 formation with an inverted goalkeeper and false centre-backs..."
This is the parable of seven-year-old Man City fan Braydon. That's him up there with the ever so slightly startled look on his face.
One day, not so very long ago, Braydon stood waiting on the streets of Manchester assuming that he was about to be picked up for a special jaunt around town in the company of City's ever-chirpy kitman Les 'Chappy' Chapman.
Last night, Americans hit twice in the opening 13 minutes to send Tijuana on their way to a 3-0 Copa MX group phase victory over visiting Toluca. Paul Arriola opened with a dazzler and Amando Moreno quickly followed with a knee job from a corner kick. It's also worth mentioning that US senior and youth internationals made up half the starting field line-up for the Xolos (the others were Orzoco,