Liverpool v Newcastle: Most memorable matches between the sides

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From Shamoon Hafez
BBC Sport
Liverpool v Newcastle – a fixture that has witnessed a great deal of moments that are iconic and bags of goals.
Both sides meet again at Anfield on Saturday (kick-off 12:30 BST) using Liverpool top of the table having won their opening four games, whereas Newcastle have enhanced following a bad start.
Utilize the list under to put those Liverpool v Newcastle Premier League games in order of has been the most memorable.
Rank these six Liverpool v Newcastle games from the Premier League era
Goalscorer: Andy Cole (3)
Kevin Keegan’s side, dubbed’The Entertainers’, were playing who won the past season to the Division One title.
Liverpool, to St James’ Park, came under Graeme Souness as one of the groups expected to battle for the name but had been defeated by Andy Cole in conditions in the north east.
The first two aims of cole were poacher’s efforts, stretching out a leg before Bruce Grobbelaar on both occasions while his third has been side-footed in by space to convert from six yards out.
Roy Evans dropped his job in January and replaced souness. While the Magpies secured a third-place complete liverpool ended the season.
Goalscorers: Robbie Fowler (2), Stan Collymore (two ); Les Ferdinand, David Ginola, Faustino Asprilla
Them’s greatest League match all? The ebb and flow of a dramatic contest played on a pitch in front of a Anfield audience.
Reds legend Robbie Fowler headed in at the back post to the opener, while Newcastle equalised since the shot of Les Ferdinand squirmed via David James’ hands.
Frenchman David Ginola coolly slotted in to 2-1 and conducted through on goal, but Fowler equalised with a beautiful outside-of-the-foot finish in the second half.
Faustino Asprilla stroked until Stan Collymore converted in Jason McAteer cross for 3-3 in as James flew to put Newcastle in front again, Together with the Liverpool players searching for an offside flag.
With John Barnes and Ian Rush and time running out playing keep-ball in the opposition half, the ball has been squeezed out broad for Collymore to smash home the winner in injury time.
Martin Tyler’s unforgettable, hair-raising commentary on Sky Sports reached a crescendo:”Barnes, Rush, Barnes, still John Barnes, Collymore… CLOSING INNNNNNN, Liverpool lead to stoppage time! Kevin Keegan slides his head, he is devastated.”
Although their frontman Keegan slumped on the advertising hoardings realizing the title slipped away fans went crazy in the stands.
Goalscorers: Steve McManaman, Patrik Berger, Robbie Fowler (two ); Keith Gillespie, Faustino Asprilla, Warren Barton
Remarkably, the next season saw another match that was 4-3 is shared by these 2 sides in Anfield after Keegan had stopped in January 1997, and it turned out to be a similar sense for Newcastle, that had Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish in charge.
The Anfield surface was better and Steve McManaman’s opener was exceptional, curling from the edge of the area at a finish.
A minute later, Patrik Berger made it 2-0 after Fowler’s shot ricocheted back off the post, while the Englishman attacked at home the next ahead of this reluctant Shaka Hislop – before half-time.
Newcastle came out firing in the second period – Keith Gillespie pulling on one back from the edge of the box by means of a James howler.
James went walkabout more, allowing Asprilla to lob at a conclusion on 87 minutes and Warren Barton thought he’d made after he poked into 3-3.
However, Newcastle’s pleasure was short lived as Fowler leapt to fulfill the cross of Stig Inge Bjornebye since the Magpies finished second to Manchester United in the league and plant a header into the bottom corner. Again.
Goalscorers: David Edgar; Steven Gerrard (2), Sami Hyypia, Ryan Babel, Xabi Alonso
Rafael Benitez side thumped Joe Kinnear’s men 5-1 – Gerrard smacking from the opener off the post, before turning supplied for Hyypia’s towering header from a corner.
Newcastle pulled one back during David Edgar’s header at the near post before half-time, however Babel appeared in while the fifth was added by Alonso in the penalty spot.
Liverpool’s location was cemented by the result near the top of the table and even though they lost during the 2008-09 season, 11 draws cost them , eventually losing the name to Manchester United by four factors.
Goalscorers: Kevin Nolan, Joey Barton, Andy Carroll
Few Magpies fans might have hoped for a better start when Alan Pardew was appointed Newcastle supervisor to get a five-and-a-half year deal to replace Chris Hughton.
Kevin Nolan lashed the opener until Dirk Kuyt’s equaliser to get a Liverpool side comprising Sotirios Kyrgiakos, Paul Konchesky and David Ngog.
Joey Barton nipped to poke home the next, while Andy Carroll smacked in a low.
Roy Hodgson was left licking his face and had been sacked to be substituted by Dalglish.
Goalscorers: Daniel Agger, Jordan Henderson (2), Daniel Sturridge (2), Fabio Borini
Still another Newcastle thrashing at Liverpool’s hands at St James’ Park, their biggest is defeated by this 6-0 .
This is the first match since striker Luis Suarez has been given a hefty ban for biting on Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic of Liverpool, however they did not overlook the Uruguayan.
January signing Philippe Coutinho was strong, crossing to go in the opener and Jordan Henderson finished off a fine team move.
It got worse for the hosts in Daniel Sturridge slotting home from the overhaul of Coutinho the second half as well as the Englishman rolling from the fourth out of close range.
Fabio Borini came off the bench to score the fifth from Stewart Downing’s cut-back and Henderson curly in a free-kick for its sixth.
Liverpool finished seventh in Brendan Rodgers’ first year while Newcastle finished five points clear of the relegation zone.
When they shared the Reds coming down in half-time to win, an thriller the real classic between the sides arrived from December 1909.
This time Newcastle pummelled their competitors 9-2, although in January 1934 the fixture saw 11 goals – the Liverpool have conceded at a match.
The season was a memorable one for Newcastle and they defeat on Liverpool 4-2 at Anfield in November, aided by George Robledo’s hat-trick.
Back in September 1987, Steve Nicol netted a hat-trick as Liverpool ran out 4-1 winners at St James’ Park in one of many brilliant performances from one side – including John Barnes and Peter Beardsley – that would go on to win the championship title in some style.

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