Liverpool vs. Newcastle result, highlights & analysis as Carvalho wins it in eighth minute of injury time (2024)

ANFIELD, LIVERPOOL — Fabio Carvalho fired a 98th-minute winner as Liverpool beat Newcastle 2-1 in an engrossing contest at Anfield.

The visitors had earlier taken a deserved lead as debutant Alexander Isak finished powerfully in an evenly contested first half on Merseyside.

And Eddie Howe's men still looked good value for at least a point even after Roberto Firmino sidefooted home just past the hour mark, with that blow being followed by some impressive defending.

"It's coming thick and fast!"

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gives his brutally honest opinion on his side's win over Newcastle and what lies ahead... 😓

— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 31, 2022

However, Newcastle had at times leaned on the dark art of time-wasting to halt the Reds' momentum, and that came back to haunt them at the death.

Having initially signalled five minutes of added time, referee Andre Marriner allowed eight to be played, and it was the last of those that saw Carvalho smash the ball in off the bar after a scramble from a corner.

It was a result that prompted scenes of sheer elation at Anfield and hopes that a mixed start to the season can be consigned to the past.

As for Newcastle, they were left to grapple with the bitter taste of defeat for the first time this term, although they will take heart from another impressive showing.

Jurgen Klopp gives up on midfield

He may spend plenty of time in press conferences shielding his midfield from criticism, but Klopp betrayed his own feelings with his subs in this game.

Having seen his engine room largely fail to control matters across the first 71 minutes, the German simply elected to abandon any hopes of doing so in the final throes.

It was a decision that was rewarded as Carvalho struck the winner in a crazy finish, but it will be interesting to see whether there are also long-term ramifications.

Until Thiago Alcantara returns to pull the strings in that area, perhaps Klopp will opt to continue embracing chaos and go all-out attack, rather than stick with a midfield that has been run through far too regularly this term.

Carvalho pushing for starts

The fact that Klopp was willing to throw young Carvalho into the mix as Liverpool pushed for a winner speaks to the trust the manager already has in his summer signing.

"It's these fans that just kept us going!"

Birthday boy Fabio Carvalho claims comeback win was down to ecstatic Anfield atmosphere...!! 🙌

🎙️ @TheDesKelly

— Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) August 31, 2022

The 20-year-old has been impressive in every single one of his cameos off the bench this season, and continued in that vein by shining even before his dramatic winner.

With Jordan Henderson now carrying a hamstring issue, Carvalho surely has to be pushing for a start in midfield for the upcoming Merseyside derby.

Newcastle show promise again

Although Newcastle suffered their first defeat of the season here, Eddie Howe will surely be able to take some major positives once the pain of conceding so late subsides.

His team were disciplined, dangerous, and a genuine match for a Liverpool team that came within two games of winning the quadruple only last season.

If Isak can build on his promising start, too, then the Magpies look a sure bet to challenge for a European place this year.

MORE: Darwin Nunez red card suspension: How many games will Liverpool forward miss? How long will he be out?

Liverpool vs. Newcastle final score

1H 2H Final


NEW: Alexander Isak (38th min)
LIV: Roberto Firmino (61st min)
LIV: Fabio Carvalho (98th min)

Liverpool vs. Newcastle as it happened

FULL-TIME:All over at Anfield and that feels like a massive win for Liverpool, who weren't at their best but found a way.

98th min: GOAL!Liverpool have won it!!! It's pinball in the Newcastle box from a corner delivery, with Gomez and Salah trying to poke it goalward, but it eventually falls to Fabio Carvalho, who somehow smashes a finish in off the bar to clinch the three points. Unbelievable.

90th min:Five minutes to be added on.

86th min:Two attempts in quick succession for Liverpool as Tsimikas fails to head on target at the back post and Fabinho smashes one agonisingly over from distance.

Newcastle holding out well.

79th min:Liverpool piling the pressure on after those changes and Diaz is the latest to go close with a swerving piledriver from distance that Pope can only push over.

70th min:Three changes for Liverpool now, with Milner, Tsimikas and Carvalho entering the fray in place of Henderson, Robertson and Alexander-Arnold.

64th min:Newcastle making changes now to try and halt Liverpool's momentum, with Isak and Fraser making way for Murphy and Wood.

61st min: GOAL!Liverpool level it up as Salah races in behind onto an Elliott pass and waits for Firmino to arrive for a sidefoot finish into the bottom corner.

Game on!

54th min:Isak has the ball in the back of the net after jinking past Robertson and Gomez and smashing it home but the offside flag goes up quickly and he is denied a second.

53rd min:Liverpool work it will up the pitch with Harvey Elliott at the heart of the move but as Robertson goes to unleash a right-footed effort, Willock is on hand to slide in and block.

More committed defending from the visitors, who have been impressive in that regard.

46th min:Newcastle get the game restarted.

HALFTIME:Newcastle lead at the break at Anfield thanks to a debut goal from Alexander Isak. It's been a fairly even game but it's the visitors who made their best chance count and, as such, are on track to extend a poor start to the season for Jurgen Klopp's side.

45th min:Four minutes of added time signalled as Alexander-Arnold floats a harmless corner into Pope's hands. Klopp furious.

38th min:GOAL!Newcastle lead and it's the new man who gets it! That's some finish, too, blasted high into the net after a slide-rule pass in behind.

Eddie Howe's men look full of confidence and the fans in the away end are absolutely flying too.

34th min:Firmino picks out a beauty of a pass in behind for Diaz, who rounds Pope but smashes the finish over the bar with the ball running away from him.

What a chance!

29th min:Fabinho gives away a free-kick at the edge of the box for going shoulder-first for a head-high ball.

Trippier stands over it... but his effort is straight down the middle of the goal and into the grateful arms of Alisson.

18th min:Targett pings a pass in off the left and Fraser produces a brilliant turn and first-time shot that whistles just over.

Newcastle looking very bright early doors.

11th min:Newcastle showcase their threat on the break as Willock bursts forward and feeds Isak, but the new man's shot after cutting in off the left is high and wide, much to the delight of the home fans.

4th min:An early chance for Mohamed Salah to get onto a cross from the left but he misses out and there's now a break in play for Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope to receive treatment.

1st min:Liverpool get us under way and they've been made to attack the Kop first half.

10 mins from kickoff:The travelling Newcastle fans in fine voice as we close in on kickoff here. They've certainly had a lot to shout about so far this season.

25 mins from kickoff:An impressive stat!

🔥 Liverpool are unbeaten against Newcastle in their last 11 Premier League fixtures (W7, D4).

👀 The last time Newcastle beat Liverpool in the Premier League (2015), Christian Benteke, Jordan Ibe, and James Milner all started in attack.#LFC #LIVNEW

— Sporting News Football Club (@sn_footballclub) August 31, 2022

35 mins from kickoff:Liverpool out to warm up first at Anfield to warm applause from a crowd that was treated to nine goals last time out.

Hard to imagine things will be quite as straightforward tonight given the visitors' impressive start.

50 mins from kickoff:So, a Newcastle and Premier League debut for the visitors' new signing Alexander Isak to look forward to this evening.

And, while Liverpool are unchanged, there's also the good news of light appearing at the end of the tunnel in terms of their injury crisis. Joel Matip and Curtis Jones coming back in already makes the bench look stronger.

60 mins from kickoff:Here's how both teams line up!


How we line up for #LIVNEW tonight 👊

— Liverpool FC (@LFC) August 31, 2022

How we line-up at Anfield this evening...

HWTL! ⚫️⚪️

— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) August 31, 2022

70 mins from kickoff:Team news is imminent here at Anfield but one thing we already know is that both managers are likely to utilise their full squads this evening.

With five subs available and another fixture awaiting both at the weekend, you can expect a slew of changes in the later stages of this one.

90 mins from kickoff:Alexander Isak alights the Newcastle team bus in the bowels of Anfield - could he be set for a debut tonight?

100 mins from kickoff:Some early team news reaching us and it appears that Allan Saint-Maximin is set to miss out in a major blow to the visitors.

The Frenchman suffered a hamstring injury last time out against Wolves and hasn't recovered in time to face Liverpool.

120 mins from kickoff:Greetings from Anfield where Liverpool are hoping to show that Saturday's 9-0 win over Bournemouth was exactly the sort of result they needed to kickstart a season that got off to a questionable start.

However, they won't have things all their own way against a Newcastle side that is brimming with confidence after an undefeated start to the new campaign.

Liverpool vs. Newcastle lineups

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has stuck with the team that thrashed Bournemouth 9-0 for the midweek visit of Newcastle

Harvey Elliottis fit to start after a fitness scare in the previous game, whileCurtis JonesandJoel Matipreturn to take a place on the bench.

However, goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, defenders Calvin Ramsay andIbrahima Konate, midfielders Naby Keita and Thiago Alcantara and forward Diogo Jota remain out.

Liverpoolstartinglineup (4-3-3):Alisson (GK) – Robertson, Van-Dijk, Gomez, Alexander-Arnold – Henderson, Fabinho, Elliot– Diaz, Firmino, Salah.

Subs:Adrian, Davies, Milner, Jones, Tsimikas, Carvalho, Bajcetic, Matip, Phillips.

Club record signing Alexander Isak starts for Newcastle after receiving his work permit in time following his movefrom Spanish side Real Sociedad on Friday for a fee that could rise to £63m.

Defender Kieran Trippier also makes it despite having been an injury doubt but winger Saint-Maximin, midfielder Bruno Guimaraesand striker Callum Wilsonare all out.

Newcastlestarting lineup (4-3-3):Pope (GK) – Trippier, Lascelles, Burn, Targett – Willock, Longstaff, Joelinton – Almiron, Isak, Fraser.

Subs:Darlow, Botman, Schar, Ritchie, Lewis, Manquillo, Wood, Murphy, Anderson.

What time is Liverpool vs. Newcastle?

Liverpool play host to Newcastle at Anfield in Liverpool, UK.It kicks off at 8 p.m. BST on Wednesday, August 31.

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Liverpool vs. Newcastle result, highlights & analysis as Carvalho wins it in eighth minute of injury time (2024)


What minute did Liverpool score against Newcastle? ›

Liverpool have beaten 10-man Newcastle United 2-0 at St James' Park in the Premier League. Darwin Nunez opened the scoring in the 10th minute, firing the ball past Nick Pope after being released by a long pass over the top from Trent Alexander-Arnold.

Who was the man of the match Newcastle vs Liverpool? ›

FULL TIME: Newcastle United 0-2 Liverpool. Newcastle battled well to limit the damage, all of which was done in the first 22 minutes. 90 min +2: On Sky, Jamie Carragher names Allan Saint-Maximin as his man of the match.

What was the full time score between Newcastle and Liverpool? ›

Full-time: Newcastle 0-2 Liverpool.

What is the goal difference between Liverpool and Newcastle? ›

Currently, Newcastle has an advantage of seven in the goal difference stakes. But clearly, if it were to lose twice, that would mean two reductions of at least one goal. Given that Liverpool would also be required to win, that's already a minimum swing of four goals, closing the gap to just three.

Why was Pope given a red card? ›

With the Magpies trailing 2-0, Alisson Becker launched a long ball over the Newcastle defence and Pope came charging out of his goal, headed the ball into his hands and was sent off. The 30-year-old was devastated as he left the field, knowing that he will miss out on the Carabao Cup final against Manchester United.

Who did Newcastle beat 8-0? ›

Newcastle United 8-0 Sheffield Wednesday - Premier League - September 19, 1999 - Match Guide, Data Analysis, Standings - Football - Sports Mole.

Who was Man of the Match at Anfield? ›

Mohamed Salah was voted Liverpool's Player of the Match in the 7-0 victory against Manchester United on Sunday. The Egyptian provided two of the Reds' goals in the Premier League showdown at Anfield, in the process becoming the club's highest ever scorer in the division with 129.

Who is Man of the Match Liverpool vs Real? ›

was named Man of the Match in the meeting between Real Madrid and Liverpool at the Alfredo Di Stéfano. The Brazilian, who hit two of the game's three goals, said: "It was hugely important to win the game.

Who was Man of the Match Liverpool vs Aston Villa? ›

Share All sharing options for: Liverpool 1, Aston Villa 1: Man of the Match. Liverpool drew 1-1 with Aston Villa. You have to vote for a man of the match. It's Roberto Firmino.

What was Liverpool's biggest win against Newcastle? ›

— Premier League at 25: the best match – Liverpool 4 - 3 Newcastle, April 1996, by Scott Murray in The Guardian, July 2017. The match is often cited as the best Premier League game ever played.

Has Newcastle ever beaten Liverpool? ›

The Soccer Teams Newcastle United and Liverpool played 31 Games up to today. Among them, Newcastle United won 5 games ( 27 at Total Score, 5 at St James' Park away), Liverpool won 20 (67 at St James' Park, 8 at Total Score away), and drew 6 ( at Total Score, 3 at St James' Park).

Do Liverpool and Newcastle have a rivalry? ›

What it really shows is that Newcastle is a rising power. They are a threat to Liverpool in a way they have not been for more than half a century. It is a new era rivalry and an increasingly bitter one.

Who is the biggest Liverpool rivalry? ›

The Liverpool F.C.–Manchester United F.C. rivalry, sometimes referred to as the Northwest Derby, is a high-profile inter-city rivalry between English professional football clubs Liverpool and Manchester United.

Who is Newcastle biggest rival in Premier League? ›

The derby is an inter-city rivalry in North East England with the two cities of Sunderland and Newcastle upon Tyne just 12 miles (19 km) apart. Sunderland play their home matches at the Stadium of Light whilst Newcastle play their home matches at St. James' Park.

Who is Newcastle United's biggest rival? ›

Newcastle's strongest rivalry is with Sunderland, which is another city very close to Newcastle in the North East of England. The derby between Newcastle Utd and Sunderland was first played in 1888. It has been played 155 times, with Sunderland winning 53 times and Newcastle 53.

Why don t Protestants like the Pope? ›

Protestants are opposed to the Roman Catholic doctrine of papal supremacy. Protestant Christians argue that the tradition of the See of Rome's primacy in the early Church was not equivalent to the current doctrine of supremacy.

Why is the Pope celibate? ›

Those who forego worldly possession and underwent poverty, chastity, and obedience, including sexual restraint was seen as the pursuit of holiness. Therefore, the Catholic Church's pope, the purest and most moral member of the religion, were to remain celibate to focus entirely on their beliefs and the task at hand.

Do they check if the pope is male? ›

There is no gender test. Chairs with a large hole cut in the seat are sometimes thought to have been used to check the sex of a new Pope. The story goes that the aim of the checks was to prevent a repeat of the scandal of "Pope Joan", a legendary female cardinal supposedly elected pope in the 14th Century.

Who did England beat 9 1? ›

15. England 9-1 Netherlands (11/12/1909)

Who is the best Newcastle scorer? ›

Alan Shearer

Which team has Newcastle beaten the most? ›

Newcastle's strongest rivalry is with Sunderland, which is another city very close to Newcastle in the North East of England. The derby between Newcastle Utd and Sunderland was first played in 1888. It has been played 155 times, with Sunderland winning 53 times and Newcastle 53.

Who is bigger Liverpool or Manchester United? ›

Conversation. Successful Liverpool. Biggest commercially is Utd, It is why Utd will be sold for 6 Billion & no offers for Liverpool at 3 Billion. They are twice as big.

What was Liverpool's biggest loss? ›

What is Liverpool's biggest loss at Anfield in Europe? The team's biggest loss at home was a 1-5 scoresheet in 1966 against Ajax. The competition changed names back in 1992-93.

What was Liverpool worst defeat in the Premier League? ›

Chelsea 4-0 Liverpool – Dec 16, 2001

They showed fight, but it was not enough. What happened next? It came as an anomaly within an otherwise steady and consistent season, but it set the Reds' pursuit of the title off-kilter as a place at the top was then followed by a drop to fifth before ending the campaign in second.

Has anyone played for Liverpool and Manchester United? ›

Ted Savage, who joined Liverpool in 1931 and left to join United midway through the 1937-38 season, was one of the first players to switch clubs. John Sheldon was another player from the early 1900s who made the move to Liverpool from Manchester United in 1910.

Who is the football Man of the Match all time? ›

Notable Man of the Match Award Winners

Most notable, all-time greats Lionel Messi of Argentina and Cristiano Ronaldo of Portugal lead the way with the most FIFA World Cup Man of the Match awards won, with 11 and 7, respectively.

Who is the UEFA Man of the Match? ›

Manchester City midfielder Rodri has been named named PlayStation® Player of the Match for the 2023 UEFA Champions League final.

Who has won the most between Man City and Liverpool? ›

Honours. Historically, Liverpool has won more trophies than Manchester City, with the latter achieving a breakthrough success only in the 2010s, following their purchase by the Abu Dhabi United Group.

Who was man of the match when Liverpool won the Champions League? ›

Virgil van Dijk

Who was player of the match Aston Villa vs Brighton? ›

Player ratings

Player of the match: Douglas Luiz.

What is Liverpool's biggest win of all time? ›

  • Record win: 11–0 against Strømsgodset in the European Cup Winners' Cup, 17 September 1974.
  • Record league wins: 10–1 against Rotherham Town in the Second Division, 18 February 1896, 9–0 against Crystal Palace in the First Division, 12 September 1989 and 9–0 against Bournemouth in the Premier League, 27 August 2022.

Who beat Liverpool 8-0? ›

Benayoun's treble, two goals apiece for Ryan Babel and Peter Crouch, and a further strike by Steven Gerrard earned Liverpool – who had hitherto picked up just one point from their opening three group matches – an unprecedented 8-0 triumph against Beşiktaş.

Who did Newcastle beat 13-0? ›

Newcastle 13-0 Newport: United's record-breaking win from this week in 1946.

What is Newcastle United biggest win in Premier League? ›

Read More. Newcastle's biggest win came back in 1946 when the Magpies defeated Newport County 13-0 in the old First Division at St James' Park. Their biggest Premier League win came back in 1999 with an 8-0 win over Sheffield Wednesday, and Alan Shearer scored as many as five goals on that occasion.

What was Newcastle biggest win over Manchester United? ›

Howay 5-0 (1996/1997)

One of Newcastle United's greatest Premier League victories, the Magpies inflicted an unforgettable 5-0 thrashing against Alex Ferguson's side, which contained the likes of goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, David Beckham and Eric Cantona to name a few.

What is the biggest club rivalry in England? ›

The Old Firm derby between Celtic and Rangers is widely considered the greatest in British sports. This image showing the separation of the two fanbases on derby day.

What is the biggest rivalry in England? ›

The Liverpool and Manchester United rivalry tops this list. They are the Premier League's most successful and most globally supported clubs by some distance.

Who are Liverpool's main rival? ›

Liverpool is one of the most valuable and widely supported clubs in the world. The club has long-standing rivalries with Manchester United and Everton.

Who is Liverpool's worst enemy? ›

The rivalry between Liverpool and United supporters is fierce and considered the biggest regional football rivalry in England. This is partly due to the fact that Manchester United and Liverpool have dominated the English game and are the country's two most successful clubs.

Who is Liverpool's best player? ›

  • Virgil van Dijk, 3 Goals 1 Assists 180 Pass interceptions.
  • Trent Alexander Arnold, 2 Goals 10 Assists 139 Pass interceptions.
  • Mohamed Salah, 19 Goals 11 Assists 49 Pass interceptions.
  • Thiago Alcantara, 0 Goals 0 Assists 73 Pass interceptions.
  • Luis Fernando Diaz Marulanda, 4 Goals 2 Assists 27 Pass interceptions.

Is Liverpool the best team of all time? ›

Liverpool are one of the most successful football teams in British football history and are the current Premier League Champions. They have won 19 League titles and only Manchester United have won more League titles than Liverpool.

Who is Chelsea's rival? ›

Rivalries. Chelsea have long-standing rivalries with North London clubs Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur. A strong rivalry with Leeds United dates back to several heated and controversial matches in the 1960s and 1970s, particularly the 1970 FA Cup Final.

Who is Arsenal most rival? ›

The North London derby is the meeting of the association football clubs Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur, both of which are based in North London, England. Fans of both clubs consider the other to be their main rivals, and the derby is considered by many to be one of the fiercest derbies in the world.

What is the biggest football rival? ›

The 20 biggest football derbies
TeamsDerby nicknamFirst meet
1. Barcelona vs Real MadridEl Clásico1902
2. Celtic F.C. vs Rangers F.C.The Old Firm Derby1888
3. Boca Juniors vs River PlateThe Superclásico1913
4. AC Milan vs Inter MilanDerby della Madonnina (Milan Derby)1909
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Who is Manchester City main rival? ›

Although City fans currently suggest Liverpool F.C are their biggest rivals, most fans still agree that Manchester United are their main rivalry, a rivalry which has reignited in last few years due to the resurgence of Manchester City as one of the top teams in England following their brief absence from the top flight ...

Who owns Newcastle? ›

PIF became the majority shareholder and de facto owner of the club, with 80 percent of the shares acquired in October 2021. The public face of PIF has been Yasir Al-Rumayyan, who is Governor of PIF, and Chairman of Newcastle United.

Who is Aston Villa's biggest rival? ›

Villa have a fierce local rivalry with Birmingham City and the Second City derby between the teams has been played since 1879. There is also a local rivalry with West Bromwich Albion, with matches between the sides known as the West Midlands derby.

When did Liverpool beat Newcastle? ›

On 3 April 1996, Liverpool faced Newcastle United in a Premier League fixture at Anfield, during the 1995–96 season. Liverpool won the match, scoring four goals to Newcastle's three.

What year did Liverpool beat Newcastle 4 3? ›

Liverpool v Newcastle, 1995/96 | Premier League.

What time is the Liverpool Newcastle match? ›

Newcastle v Liverpool will kick off at 5:30pm.

What was the time of the injury in Liverpool vs Newcastle? ›

"At 92:30, Nick Pope faked an injury and it took 94 seconds for play to restart. At 96:34, EXACTLY 94 seconds after the 5 min added time, Liverpool won a corner which won them the game.

Have Newcastle ever won at Anfield? ›

United defender Steve Watson was the hero for the Magpies as Kevin Keegan's Entertainers secured a 1-0 away win against the Reds in November 1995, Newcastle's last victory at Anfield.

What year did Newcastle nearly won the Premier League? ›

St. James' Park was being redeveloped, there was a waiting list for season tickets and United were back in Europe. And in 1995/96, they so nearly won the Premier League title.

Have Liverpool ever lost to Newcastle? ›

In the Anfield, the two teams played a total of 15 games before, of which Newcastle United won 0, Liverpool won 12 and the two teams drew 3. Head-to-head records of Newcastle United against other teams.

Who did Liverpool beat 9 1? ›

This match equalled Liverpool's biggest win in the top flight. They achieved the same scoreline at Anfield during the 1989–90 season against Crystal Palace. This was also Bournemouth's worst ever top-flight defeat. Bournemouth manager Scott Parker was sacked three days after the match.

What are Liverpool's biggest home defeats? ›

The 50 biggest defeats at Anfield
13.12.19691 - 4Manchester United
02.10.20051 - 4Chelsea
07.02.20211 - 4Manchester City
03.11.18940 - 3Burnley
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What are the stands called at St James Park? ›

Leazes End (previously the Sir John Hall Stand), at the northern end of the ground, named for its proximity to Leazes Park, and after the club's Life President Sir John Hall; The Singing Section was positioned in Level 7 of this stand. Milburn Stand, the main stand, on the west side of the ground.

How can I watch Liverpool and Newcastle in the US? ›

With fuboTV, you can watch Newcastle vs Liverpool and tons more Premier League games with a 7-day trial. With the legal streaming service, you can watch the game on your computer, smartphone, tablet, Roku, Apple TV or hook it up to your TV with Google Chromecast.

Where can I watch Liverpool in USA? ›

The best way we recommend to watch Liverpool is via Fubo. This service has both USA Network and NBC. Peaco*ck requires an additional subscription service.

Did the Liverpool player break his leg? ›

Harvey Elliott has undergone successful surgery on the ankle injury he sustained during Sunday's victory at Leeds United. The 18-year-old suffered a fracture dislocation of the left joint following a challenge in the second half of Liverpool's 3-0 win at Elland Road.

Who broke their leg in the Liverpool game? ›

Liverpool lost 2-1 but there were more bad news than the result coming from that game. Kevin MacDonald, just on as a sub, broke his leg in two places after a tackle from Mark Dennis. Kevin was gutted to be out injured but didn't want to blame Mark.

Why so much extra time Liverpool v Newcastle? ›

The screenshots show Newcastle goalkeeper Nick Pope going to ground with an apparent injury with the clock at 92.30. Play was halted for more than a minute, with the resulting kick taking place at 94.04, meaning a further 94 seconds needed to be made up from this one incident.


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