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Man Utd embarrassed at home by ruthless Newcastle 

Newcastle United secured their second Old Trafford win over Manchester United since 1972 to avenge their Carabao Cup final loss at Wembley and stack the pressure on home boss Erik ten Hag.

Newcastle United secured their second Old Trafford win over Manchester United since 1972 to avenge their Carabao Cup final loss at Wembley and stack the pressure on home boss Erik ten Hag.

Newcastle United secured an impressive victory against Manchester United, with first-half goals from substitute Miguel Almiron and Lewis Hall, the latter scoring his first goal for the club. 

These goals were followed by a brilliant solo effort from Joe Willock on the hour, leading to Newcastle’s most significant away win over their hosts in 93 years.

Quarter-Finals Beckon

With this convincing victory, Newcastle advances to the quarter-finals of the competition. They will face fellow Premier League side Chelsea, who secured their place with a 2-0 victory over Blackburn in the fourth round.

Manchester United’s Struggles Continue

The defeat marks another difficult day for Manchester United and their manager, Ten Hag. The team has now lost eight of their opening 15 games, a performance not seen since the 1962-63 season. 

This loss comes just days after a three-goal home defeat to Manchester City, highlighting the team’s vulnerabilities.

Newcastle’s triumph and Manchester United’s struggles underscore the unpredictability of football and the competitive nature of the sport, where underdogs can often rise to the occasion against stronger opponents.

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