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Ritchie Strikes As Newcastle Stun Manchester United

12 February 2018

"Hopefully it will not be my biggest win with Newcastle", said Benitez.

United are now 16 points behind leaders Manchester United after their second defeat in their last three league games.

"Newcastle United's players and, of course, their staff gave what they have and what they don't have and I think that's a handsome thing in football", said Mourinho, who has never presided over a Premier League -victory in seven attempts at St James' Park and saw his side undone by Matt Ritchie's -second half victor.

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Jurgen Klopp's side sit fourth as they head to St Mary's, with Tottenham's 1-0 north London derby win over Arsenal sending Mauricio Pochettino's men third in the table - and fifth-placed Chelsea are just a point behind Liverpool. "They gave everything they had and the gods of football were with them". "It wasn't going to happen for us today".

Manchester United fans have been expressing their frustration with Smalling for his role in the defeat to Newcastle, but Mourinho has come to the defence of the England global. "It was not just up to them but also the gods of football, but it was a handsome way to win the match".

Dubravka also made a vital stop in the opening 45 minutes after United hit Newcastle on the break when Nemanja Matic sent Martial clean through on goal.

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"It wasn't going to happen for us but also they gave what they have and what they don't have and that's a lovely thing in football. The double [miss] of Martial is incredible in the last minute".

The free kick was awarded when Manchester United defender Chris Smalling dived theatrically when challenging for a midfield ball and was shown a yellow card. "It was an intuitive thing", he said.

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"You know clearly that, so I think it is bad if you put me in a position where I have to criticise a player".

Ritchie Strikes As Newcastle Stun Manchester United