Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal – Video highlights.

High quality goal highlights for you all from this afternoon’s thrilling 4-4 draw with Arsenal at St James’ Park.

There is no commentary, just some dodgy music. Enjoy!

Something changed at half-time in this game. I, along with many others in fairness, had severe reservations over what was to unfold in the second half. I was thinking cricket scores and all sorts, and with Arsenal playing the way they did in the first-half, combined with the way we played in the first-half, you would have to say that it couldn’t be ruled out at the time.

I was wrong.

What those Newcastle players did in the second half was absolutely stunning. They dug deep, stopped feeling sorry for themselves and produced a comeback that the Premier League has never, ever seen before.

In fact you could argue that we were actually unlucky not to have won the game. That claim isn’t as outlandish as you’d think when you consider that Leon Best had a perfectly good goal chalked off, Kevin Nolan put a shot inches wide, and Nile Ranger was denied by the Arsenal goalkeeper.

Hopefully now the team will realise that they don’t need Andy Carroll to perform. They don’t need him around the place to function. Hopefully this comeback will put it all to bed once and for all.

Well done everyone!

About toonsy

A lifelong Newcastle fan and current webmaster of this very 'blog who has the sole aim of creating a place by Newcastle United fans, for Newcastle United fans.

36 thoughts on “Newcastle 4-4 Arsenal – Video highlights.

  1. Dave – I’m watching Football First on a bit of a delay so I’m resisting the urge to watch them. I missed Best’s goal and the one that wasn’t goven because my stream went down.


  2. i watched the full game with no interuptions on sopcast and american Fox sports with warren barton as pundit, was actually a load better than anything skysports can muster these days with their top 4 loving pundit team


  3. The more I look at the second penalty, the more I think the referee got it spot on…

    Watch Rosicky, he makes no attempt at all to go for the ball, but has both is hands on Williamson’s back and gives him a little push.
    Very soft, but a foul none the less… because he played the player not the ball.

    Very stupid on Rosicky’s part… and a soft penalty to give away.

    The first one was a more blatant trip… but also soft and unessessary to say the least, especially when 4-0 ahead!


  4. Diaby just ntweeted this:

    β€œam a broken man.. i am soo sorry.. lost my head.. apologize.”

    Hopefully he will learn from this.


  5. toonsy
    Posted February 5, 2011 at 10:07 PM
    Tell you what, I never realised we created so many chances in the second

    Yeah, if we’d have a decent striker we’d have won! πŸ˜›


  6. Stuart πŸ˜†

    Tell you what though, Best impressed me again. I’d get him working on his heading ability though πŸ˜›


  7. Just watched Football First. Ranger is involved in EVERY chance we created subsequent to him coming on. Literally everything.


  8. toonsy – He also needs to learn the offside law too. Still not good enough for me though. I see only Ranger as one who will play at this level, I wish he’d get a goal too.


  9. Batty I thought it wasn’t you, and tbh I find most Gooners not that bad and a lot better than manure or chelski fans 😯
    I wonder where the Dawg is πŸ˜•


  10. dave they do nowt but freckin moan aboot barton thats why i started ,but never mind i stuck up for wor joey πŸ™‚


  11. JJ

    Don’t worry, he calls us the same thing on our blog

    Good bloke though, if a bit outspoken and harsh on the ears… πŸ˜†


  12. Batty I was proud of ye for sticking up for wor Joey. But I have found that its pointless sticking up for him as some will never see in him what we do.
    They only see his past πŸ™


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