Published: Sun, September 17, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Ramadan Sobhi features as Newcastle defeats Stoke City

Ramadan Sobhi features as Newcastle defeats Stoke City

The goal is Atsu's first in the English Premier League after failing to score for loan clubs Everton and Bournemouth.

Jamaal Lascelles was Newcastle's star once again as the Magpies captain sealed a 2-1 win over Stoke at St James' Park on Saturday.

However, it is clear Benitez was happy with the win on his return to the dugout.

United manager Benitez said: "I haven't seen the table and I don't want to see the table, believe me".

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Christian Atsu took the lead for Newcastle United in the 19th minute, as he buried the ball into the bottom left corner following an accurate cross by Matt Ritchie.

"We're a good side and we can knock it around but in key moments you've got to be really clinical and make sure you give the right weight of pass to allow players to have those clear-cut chances".

Benitez said: "The main thing is that, the togetherness, the work-rate, the character, the whole team, the connection with the fans because the fans appreciate that".

"We were a bit loose in terms of the accuracy of our passing and our general play but Newcastle looked to soak up pressure and hit us on the break. We had enough chances to manage the game better".

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Joselu was facing Stoke for the first time since leaving in the summer, and the forward could have had a hat-trick on another day.

"We have to keep working hard and we know what we have in the team and the squad".

"The lad [Lascelles ] scored against Swansea the other week as well, so we'd talked about his threat".

"But in the end, it wasn't to be".

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