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Watch: Substitute Kevin De Bruyne pulls Manchester City out of the Newcastle quagmire with a goal and an assist

Watch: Substitute Kevin De Bruyne pulls Manchester City out of the Newcastle quagmire with a goal and an assist

  1. 8' – continued. Ederson by Stefan Ortega
  2. 21' – Yellow – Bruno Guimarães
  3. 26' – Goal – Bernardo Silva (0 – 1)
  4. 35' – Goal – Alexander Isak (1 – 1)
  5. 37' – Goal – Anthony Gordon (2 – 1)
  6. 45+5' – Yellow – Rodri
  1. 55' – Yellow – Bernardo Silva
  2. 69' – Continue. Bernardo Silva via Kevin De Bruyne
  3. 74' – Goal – Kevin De Bruyne (2 – 2)
  4. 82' – Continue. Jeremy Doku for Oscar Pope
  5. 86' – Continue. Anthony Gordon by Lewis Hall
  6. 90+1' – Goal – Oscar Pope (2 – 3)

Premier League – Round 21 – 01/13/24 – 6:30 PM

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26'

Bernardo Silva

0 – 1

Bernardo Silva

26'

35'

Alexander Isaac

35'

Alexander Isaac

1 – 1

37'

Anthony Gordon

37'

Anthony Gordon

2 – 1

74'

Kevin De Bruyne

2 – 2

Kevin De Bruyne

74'

90+1'

Oscar Pope

2 – 3

Oscar Pope

90+1'

In the Premier League, Manchester City successfully completed their difficult move to Newcastle and they can thank Kevin De Bruyne for that. The Belgian turned the game around by appearing as a substitute, in which he scored and provided an assist to seal the win. “I missed it,” the star said after the game.

Kevin De Bruyne is not in Manchester City's starting lineup yet, but Jeremy Doku is. Belgian side City saw their goalkeeper withdrawn early: Ederson had to leave after a few minutes after colliding with Newcastle's Sean Longstaff.

In an exciting first half with varying opportunities, the guests advanced and how! Bernardo Silva put it 0-1 on the board behind his standing leg.

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Newcastle did not need much time to recover from that blow. The home team got themselves back on their feet after just 10 minutes and this goal was worth watching too. Isak caught substitute keeper Ortega with a shot into the far corner.

Anthony Gordon thought it was a good goal and the young Englishman clearly took notice. And with a copy of Isak's goal, he completely turned the tables: 2-1.

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Manchester City needed a touch of genius in the second half and then it was over quickly for Kevin De Bruyne. It was brought from the stable 20 minutes before time and it did not disappoint.

A few minutes after coming on, he pushed the ball past Newcastle goalkeeper Dubravka from the edge of the penalty area.

The 2-3 in extra time also got the stamp of Kevin De Bruyne. The Belgian put the ball over the Newcastle defense for 20-year-old Oscar Pope.

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Thanks to the difficult victory, Manchester City remains behind leaders Liverpool, who have two additional points.

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De Bruyne: “I missed it”

“I worked hard to come back,” De Bruyne told English television channel TNT Sports afterwards.

“I missed it. I had a serious injury and needed time to get back. I enjoyed myself today.”

He continued: “I think my performance today was related to willpower more than anything else.” “I can't do it for 90 minutes at the moment. At the moment, I can give it everything I have for 30 minutes. I feel it in my lungs, especially because of the cold.”

Oscar Pope, who came on as a substitute for Jeremy Doku in the 82nd minute, scored a brilliant assist from De Bruyne in the 91st minute to seal the win.

De Bruyne finished by saying: “My ball was good, but Oscar’s movements were unbelievable. If he didn’t make that move, I wouldn’t be able to make my pass.”

Stage after stage

The referee blew the whistle on Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City). He acted aggressively with Sean Longstaff (Newcastle United).

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Oscar Pope can score for Manchester City. The assist came thanks to Kevin De Bruyne.

3- Extra time

An additional 3 minutes will be added.

The referee blew the whistle on Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City). He got tough with Fabian Schar (Newcastle United).

Miguel Almiron (Newcastle United) blows the whistle from the referee. He dealt harshly with Oscar Pope (Manchester City).

Line referee flag raised: Lewis Miley (Newcastle United) was offside.

Corner kick for Manchester City. Kevin De Bruyne sent it to the far post.

The ball passes over the back line into a corner kick. Conceded by Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City), but his cross is too short and is cleared.

Corner kick for Manchester City from Kevin De Bruyne. He drops the ball in the middle in front of the goal.

Blocked a shot by Martin Dubravka (Newcastle United), who is able to make a diving save.

Rodri (Manchester City) scores…

The attempt was blocked by Martin Dubravka (Newcastle United), who did not miss a single rebound.

Phil Foden (Manchester City) scores…

Kieran Trippier takes a corner kick for Newcastle United. He drops the ball in the middle in front of the goal.