Newcastle United avoided a fourth consecutive premier league defeat as they drew 3-3 against Manchester United at the St. James Park.
Louis Van Gaal’s men raced into an early lead when the referee awarded penalty for handle and Captain Wayne Rooney netted the Red Devils first goal in the first half of a game after 11matches.
The first 45minutes was dominated the away side and confirmed their superiority as Jesse Lingard finished off a swift and rare counterattack after he received the final pass from Rooney to make it 2-0.
The Magpies were handed a lifeline when Coloccini floats a lofted pass into the box for Mitrovic, who heads the ball down and Wijnaldum meets the ball perfectly on the volley to make it 2-1 before the break.
The second half was very exciting as both side made the game a spectacle. The home side won a penalty after Chris Smalling wrestled Mitrovic down for a penalty and picks up himself to score past David de Gea to level scores at 2-2.
With the game heading for a draw Wayne Rooney produced a superb strike from outside the area to score United’s third goal but the game took a dramatic as Smalling deflected Dummett’s shot into the net for 3-3.