Newcastle United vs Stoke City full match video, extended highlights and interviews

Posted on March 11th, 2013 | 12 Comments |

Newcastle United v Stoke City full match video.

Newcastle United v Stoke City full match video (opens in new window). Click on “HD” for best results.

Extended highlights from “MotD2.”

“Match of the day” highlights from yesterday’s game between Newcastle United and Stoke City at St James’ Park.

In case these are taken down, here’s an alternative link to the whole “MotD2” show.

Post match interviews.

Pardew over the moon.

Pulis sick as a parrot.

Score and goalscorers.

Newcastle United 2 (Cabaye 73, Cisse 90+2), Stoke City 1 (Walters 67, P).

Teams and match facts.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Rob Elliot (G), Mathieu Debuchy, Steven Taylor, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Davide Santon (Massadio Haidara 74), Cheick Tiote (Sylvain Marveaux 74), Yohan Cabaye (C), Jonas Gutierrez, Moussa Sissoko, Yoan Gouffran (Adam Campbell 86), Papiss Cisse.

Subs: Steve Harper (G), Massadio Haidara, James Perch, Vurnon Anita, Gabriel Obertan, Sylvain Marveaux, Adam Campbell.

Stoke City (4-4-2): Asmir Begovic (G), Geoff Cameron, Ryan Shawcross (C), Marc Wilson, Andy Wilkinson,; Ryan Shotton, Glen Whelan, Steven Nzonzi, Jonathan Walters, Cameron Jerome (Dean Whitehead 88), Peter Crouch.

Subs: Thomas Sorensen, Dean Whitehead, Charlie Adam, Michael Kightly, Brek Shea, Kenwyne Jones, Michael Owen.

Yellow cards: Papiss Cisse (64), Marc Wilson (64),

Red cards: None.

Referee: Andre Marriner (W.Mids).

Attendance: 50,703.


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12 Responses

  1. @ workey after watching the game on the big tv if you watch the tackle on cisse before all the shoveing started, you will see the tackle wernt good, and as he went passed cisse going back, he either elbowed cisse in the head or caught him in the head with his hip, but he defo caught cisse with 1 or the it should of been there player sent off as it was defo on purpose

  2. C’mon Chuck. I thought you were bigger than this. You dish it out so don’t get worked up when people push back.

    You are the only one on here that gives an in-depth summary of the match and I am interested to read it. I know I give you sh*t sometimes but I’d rather read your rantings any day than Ed Harrison’s regurgitated tabloid pap.

    Worky, thanks for the highlights. I wasn’t able to watch the game yesterday.

  3. That’s weird. I write “dish” @2 and the blog automatically puts a link to an ad for dish TV.

  4. GS says:
    March 11, 2013 at 3:49 pm

    “That’s weird. I write “dish” @2 and the blog automatically puts a link to an ad for dish TV.”

    Not on this blog GS, I refuse to have stuff like that. It’s something else which is causing that I’m afraid and if it continues on here, I would check it out if I were you.

    It is definitely nothing to do with this site.

  5. Worky: it probably is me. I had to totally clean my PC and am relying on the Microsoft security software.

    It doesn’t come up as a blue lettered “dish” and a link on your end?

    I think I have some other security software I can install.

  6. GS, there is no link there and I’m not seeing one at this end.

    by “Microsoft security software” do you mean Windows’ built in firewall? If so, I hope you have a proper anti virus running?

    Personally I use AVG free, along with the abovementioned Windows firewall. However, if you go to some really dodgy neighbourhoods and act with wreckless abandon, you might just pick up the odd pox which your conventional anti virus might not deal with.

    I used to clean out machines in Internet cafes where they were absolutely riddled with nasty stuff which the usual anti virus software couldn’t deal with and for this I used “Malware Bytes” and “Hijack This.” The second of those is mostly for browser hijackers and you have to be a bit on the geeky side to run it but Malware Bytes should be ok. (the free one should be ok).

  7. Thanks Worky. I don’t go on any dodgy sites and stay away from porn :)

    Some of the match links keep sending me off to places that install toolbars and I downloaded “open office” and that took me about an hour to uninstall all the cr@p that came with it. More toolbars.

  8. Was able to make it to Newcastle and attend my first game at St. James’ yestersay. What a place, and one hell of a game to attend I might add. Despite the fact it was so cold, had a great time. Unforgettable experience.

    Would also like to add how friendly and hospitable Geordies seem to be, except for those guys beating the shite out of each other outside all the clubs lol. Had a slight problem understanding that accent at first, but got used to it in a few hours. What a great place, an glad to be a NUFC fan. One of the best cities I have been in to as well.

  9. GS I agree with worky malware bytes is easy to load, the quick scan checks all the relevant places it is really easy to use and unless the virus or malware has totalled your hard drive it will remove most things.Some programmes have some part thats stops you downloading or using MB but if this happens get MB on to a memory stick open your computer in safe mode and download and run from there.

  10. Cheers Sammy d. Coincidentally, I just bought a memory stick because I had to reload 200 CDs when Windows 8 crashed, and I am not doing that again.

  11. GS says:
    March 11, 2013 at 5:22 pm

    “Thanks Worky. I don’t go on any dodgy sites and stay away from porn :)

    Some of the match links keep sending me off to places that install toolbars and I downloaded “open office” and that took me about an hour to uninstall all the cr@p that came with it. More toolbars.”

    GS, if you’ve watched live match streams you’ve been on a dodgy site. ;-)

    1. If an ad over a stream says you have to download “ilivid” or some other plugin to watch it, DON’T unless you know exactly what you’re downloading. It’s a lie, you don’t need it and it’s dodgy.

    2. Make sure you click on the right “x” to get rid of an ad, they make them as small and as well hidden as possible sometimes. Better still, get an ad blocker.

    3. Sometimes even supposedly reputable things such as Java, Flash or Firefox try to fool you into installing browser toolbars and switching your homepage to a search engine of their choice or whatever. When you install stuff like this (which you have to in some cases), do a custom install, look at each stage of the setup closely and make sure you untick all of the add ons you don’t want such as those pesky toolbars.

  12. another little tip if you see an ad that looks dodgy especially ones that claim to be windows security centre close them by pressing alt F4 as the whole screen can be an accept icon including the x.