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"The Sun", "Sun", "Sun Online" are registered trademarks or trade names of News Group Newspapers Limited. Sure enough, Hernandez — who spent all afternoon hopelessly  offside — finally timed a run in the 91st minute and his first-time finish from Carrick’s pass was perfect. Perhaps there is a compelling argument for it, too. After Wilson held it up and played it to Allan Saint-Maximin, Jonjo Shelvey found himself in acres of space in the middle. But having superbly denied Rashford, Fernandes finally got the better of him with four minutes remaining. Not with a sense of disappointment running through their frazzled brains. Defeat here and the clamour for his sacking would have grown louder and louder. His first-half goal cancelled out Luke Shaw’s own goal inside two minutes. Newcastle gave manager Bobby Robson the perfect gift for his 100th match in charge of the club with a superb win over Manchester United… Van Nistelrooy found the back of the net after an assist by former Newcastle striker Andy Cole. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here. The sixth goal of the game capped a superb three-minute spell for United midway through the second half. The bare facts are straightforward. 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Such was the pace of play by this stage that it was hard to blame him. Indeed had the impressive Sylvain Marveaux’s free-kick been an inch lower in the 44th minute then the margin would have been wider. But United boss Ferguson had other plans and brought on Paul Scholes for Cole. The comments below have not been moderated. Three but not easy: Robin van Persie struck United's third equaliser of the game. The easy option would have been to quietly sit this one out. Give tired players a rest. 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Whereas Solskjaer has barely had a minute to remedy the Old Trafford horror show over the international break, the opposite was true for Steve Bruce. Paul Pogba – fresh from signing a contract extension - and Nemanja Matic were benched for Scott McTominay and Fred, while Mason Greenwood was left out completely. Man United: De Gea, Smalling, Ferdinand, Evans, Evra, Valencia, Carrick, Scholes (Cleverley 69), Giggs, Van Persie, Hernandez (Fletcher 90). Michael Carrick’s poor control allowed Demba Ba to stride towards goal. Minutes later at the other end, Manchester United were awarded a penalty after a lengthy VAR check. But after Manchester United were humiliated 6-1 by Tottenham, the Red Devils needed their captain. Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. Part of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday & Metro Media Group, Arsenal's gaffe-prone defence was among the leakiest when Mikel Arteta joined… now they have the best record in the ENTIRE Premier League thanks to a backline working in unison, extreme pressing from the top, and the emergence of leader Gabriel. Their defending was poor and their ball retention inadequate. Scholes went close to equalising but Newcastle held firm to secure a superb victory. There may have been an obstruction by Van Persie on Fabricio Coloccini in the build-up but referee Dean didn’t spot it. As is often the case these days, the first goal — in the fourth minute — owed much to poor United defending. Some dubious refereeing decisions were Newcastle's only cause for complaint in an impressive first half, manager Robson feeling his side were denied two clear penalties. Good Evans: The United defender scored just three minutes before putting the ball in his own net. And it did not take long – 102 seconds to be precise. However, referee Mike Dean then gave it when it became clear Cisse had never actually touched the ball. Take a week or two out of the spotlight, get your head right, go again. To give in to such clear thinking, however, would be to pander to common sense, and football doesn’t do that. Turning the clock back to happier times when he looked like scoring from every corner in an England shirt, the centre-backs header from Juan Mata’s corner was a belter. David de Gea could then only parry it straight into the path of James Perch and he scored from five yards. He clearly sensed that this comeback may prove more important than most. It was no more than the Tyneside club deserved even though they were pegged back by Sir Alex Ferguson's side for some time in the second half. The Premiership's match of the season so far saw Laurent Robert, Robert Lee, Nikos Dabizas and Alan Shearer score the goals which inflicted United's first league defeat. Newcastle have injuries, too, of course. Frenchman Robert, who produced a virtuoso display throughout, unleashed a thunderous left-foot free-kick past the helpless Fabien Barthez to give Newcastle the lead. Subs not used: Lindegaard, Vidic, Buttner, Wootton, Tunnicliffe. The game was an excellent advertisement for the English Premiership and the chance of an upset was increased when Dabizas scored a third for the Magpies. Look beneath the surface, though, and you also find two controversial goals — one for each side — and three strikes against the frame of the goal — two for Newcastle. Equally, though, United’s mettle was impressive, their refusal to go quietly admirable. Afterwards, Ferguson called this a ‘championship performance’. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Allow them to save some energy for the summer international tournaments at which the English are proving so inept. The Sun website is regulated by the Independent Press Standards Organisation (IPSO). Still, they took the lead twice during a first half in which they were the better team. Back in it: Patrice Evra made it 2-2 just before the hour mark, Three and easy: Papiss Cisse thought he'd won it for Newcastle. United's response was immediate and Ruud van Nistelrooy just failed to get on to the end of Ryan Giggs' teasing cross. And from the resultant corner Maguire thought he had his second, but this time Shelvey was alert to nod it clear off the line. Newcastle 1 Man Utd 4: Bruno Fernandes sparks late surge with stunner after first penalty miss as Harry Maguire scores. On the touchline Ferguson was beginning to lose his mind. Match report as Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford seal Manchester United … Newcastle made a bright start in front of their passionate home support who, along with visiting fans, impeccably observed the minute's silence for the victims of the terrorist attacks in the US. Rather than pulling the trigger he laid it off to the overlapping Emil Krafth. The Red Devils were reigning shots on the beleaguered Toon, but Darlow was not for beating. At this stage, a United victory looked inevitable, but once again they faltered almost immediately. The lifeless Spaniard was rooted to the spot as if he had no chance – but if he just stuck his left mitt out he could have stopped it.

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