Newcastle set a club record for most goals scored against a single opponent in a single season.

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Newcastle set a club record for most goals scored against a single opponent in a single season. After defeating Sheffield United 5-1 in the English Premier League game last Saturday.

The game at St. James Park, the home team conceded a goal to Anel Ahmedhodzic. But came back with 5 goals in a row from Alexander Isak (2 goals), Bruno Guimarães. Ben Osborne (own goal) and Callum Wilson to help. The team won overwhelmingly and sent Sheffield United relegated to the Championship.

Combined with an 8-0 win in their first game at Bramall Lane in September, Making the two games against Newcastle score 13 goals against Sheffield United, ทางเข้า ufabet specify that. Which is the highest record for scoring against a single opponent in Premier League play.

    Alexander Isak also scor at home for the seventh consecutive game, second only to Andy Cole (8) and Alan Shearer (15).

A new record was set in the Premier League game where Newcastle United defeated Sheffield United at Bramall Lane 8-0, with a record of 8 different scorers, recording a victory in the game. It is the visiting team with the most goals in history. It is the biggest win in the club’s history counting both home and away games in the Premier League. Matching the 8-0 victory over Sheffield Wednesday in 1999.

Despite losing Harvey Barnes to injury after just 12 minutes. Sean Longstaff gave the visitors the lead in the 21st minute through an assist by Anthony Go. rdon

Then after 10 minutes, the goal was 2-0 from Kieran Trippier’s corner kick for Dan Burn to head in before assisting another goal for Sven Botman to score the first goal. In the Premier League before halftime.

In the second half, Trippier scored a hat-trick of assists in the 56th minute. Passing the ball to Callum Wilson to head in his 4th goal of the season. The right-back, captain, was the first player. 2nd in Premier League history to assist all three headed goals in a single match. Joining Jason Puncheon in Crystal Palace’s game against West Ham in 2015.

After an hour, Gordon cut in from the left and curled a curling effort into the bottom corner to give his team a 5-0 lead. Miguel Almiron scored the sixth goal, Bruno Guimarães would score. From close range, Alexander Isak capitalized on a mistake from Tom Davies to score the eighth and final goal in the 87th minute.

The win moves Newcastle up to 8th place. With 9 points and the 4th best goal difference of any team this season. As for Sheffield United’s biggest defeat? This means they dropp to the bottom of Burnley and are still just one point away.