Newcastle United vs Leeds United match highlights and Pardew post match interview

Posted on September 25th, 2013 | 17 Comments |

League Cup show highlights from Wednesday evening’s League Cup game between Newcastle United and Leeds United at St James’ Park.

Alternative Highlights.

Post match interview.

Alan Pardew.

Score and goalscorers.

Newcastle United 2 (Cisse 31, Gouffran 67), Leeds United 0.

Teams and other match facts.

Newcastle United (4-2-3-1): Tim Krul (G); Mathieu Debuchy, Mike Williamson, Fabricio Coloccini (C), Paul Dummett; Vurnon Anita (Dan Gosling 80), Cheick Tiote; Sylvain Marveaux Yoan Gouffran (Haris Vuckic 84), Sammy Ameobi; Papiss Cisse (Gabriel Obertan 72).

Subs: Jak Alnwick (G), Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Gael Bigirimana, Dan Gosling, Haris Vuckic, Gabriel Obertan, Hatem Ben Arfa.

Leeds United (4-3-3): Paddy Kenny; Sam Byram, Scott Wootton, Jason Pearce, Stephen Warnock; Alex Mowatt, Rodolph Austin, Michael Tonge (El-Radge Diouf 64); Ross McCormack, Matt Smith, Dominic Poleon

Subs: Alex Cairns, Aidan White, Michael Brown, Luke Murphy, Paul Green, Noel Hunt, El-Hadj Diouf.

Yellow cards: Alex Mowatt (83).

Red cards: None.

Referee: Mike Jones (Chester).

Attendance: 36,220.


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17 Responses

  1. About what you’d expect from a mid-league Premiership side without much ambition beyond that.

  2. I like Sami a lot,He seems to be developing into the player we need,a bit of flair and a local lad.

  3. Thanks for the updated vid worky. Good to see Cisse’s goal clearer (the feeds were a bit erratic last night). It was a great delivery from Sami, and that was as good a header as you’re likely to see. Hopefully this will settle him down a bit for the league.

  4. They were the best ones I could find, pete.

    As for Sammy’s cross, people like Chuck have been asking why we don’t have any “proper” wingers who can cross instead of cutting in, but he was a left footer playing on the left wing for a change.

  5. I’m not having a go about the feeds worky. Given the way my t’internet has been playing up lately, it could just have been at my end. For once, Parpoo wasn’t too bizarre in his choices, and we got a good result. It’s just a shame that we looked a bit weak at the back at times.

  6. pete_toon says:
    September 26, 2013 at 11:41 am

    “I’m not having a go about the feeds worky.”

    Aye Pete, I only got a very sketchy picture of the first half myself, though the second was much better. I meant the highlights though. I’ve been out on patrol for them, but they were the best I could find.

  7. They were good goals. How did we play, did we keep it on the ground or hoof it?

    As I said in match banter my internet was rubbish.

  8. GS, well as I’ve already mentioned, I didn’t see the whole game properly either but for me I would look on it from the point of view of two of the best players yesterday evening. I mean Sammy Ameobi, a left footed player playing on the left wing for Newcastle for a change who put in a superb cross for Cisse’s goal with his left foot, as well as helping Gouffran with his second, and also Gouffran himself. Gouffran’s a right footed player who’s been playing on the left but yesterday he was more central, playing just behind Cisse.

    I’ve been banging on about it for a while that we should see more of that kind of thing because not all players are like Benny on his wrong foot, or Christiano Ronaldo, Arjen Robben, Lionel Messi before he played in the centre etc, cutting in to dribble past lesser players and banging in fantastic goals. I’ve just written a blog the metro about it.

  9. I am going to a Wedding this weekend and was looking forward to missing the Everton game then saw it was on Monday, Doh!

    Will we see the return of the 9-0-1 and 8-0-1 formations we used against Citeh?

  10. There were alot of Arabic stations,nutjob was the best,but has not
    Worked lately and b.t sport,I guess the crackdown is begining to work..shame it doesnt work like that with parpoo..

  11. dokky, sampdiago, being a keen student of football, I watch quite a few match streams, full match videos and highlights online and I haven’t noticed a huge difference since this alleged crackdown. They only named one site, “First Row” which I seem to recall was pretty mediocre and the kind of site I would only use if I was desperate anyway.

    Where I HAVE noticed a difference though is with Newcastle United. The coverage seemed to deteriorate (like Pardew’s football) sometime last season. Getting back to last night, there were other League Cup games which were streamed better than ours.

  12. @worky p2p4u was suspended and that was one of the main streaming hosts (what firstrow, nutjob etc get the streams from) but it has opened on a new site so it should all be back to normal now