Newcastle beat Burnley TWICE in Portugal as seven Mags get on the scoresheet

After setting off for a six-day camp in Portugal on Friday afternoon, Newcastle took on Burnley in a series of short behind closed doors training games earlier today.

The club reveal that ‘two evenly split’ Newcastle teams played against ‘experienced and youthful Clarets sides’ before switching opposition after 45 minutes.

Game one saw us beat a young Burnley side 4-1 over the opening half, with goals coming from Joe Willock (2), Elliot Anderson and Miguel Almirón.

In the second 45, Miguel Almiron scored again against a stronger Burnley line-up, with Callum Wilson also finding the net in a 2-1 win over the final 45.

Elsewhere, a separate Newcastle XI – captained by Dan Burn – won their opening half 1-0 against an ‘experienced Burnley side’ thanks to a goal from Allan Saint-Maximin.

In the second half of this game, Matt Ritchie and Jacob Murphy then scored against a ‘younger-looking’ Clarets XI, giving us a clean sweep of wins ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Benfica.

Game One (4-1 and 2-1):
XI: Pope, Krafth, Botman, Burn, Bondswell, Shelvey, Joelinton, Guimarães, Ritchie, J.Murphy, Saint-Maximin.

Game two (1-0 and 2-0):
XI: Darlow, Targett, Dummett, Lascelles, Trippier, S.Longstaff, Anderson, Willock, Fraser, Wilson, Almirón.

SUBS:
M.Longstaff (on for Anderson)
Turner-Cooke (unused)
Muñoz (on for Almirón)
A.Murphy (unused)

This was our fourth pre-season game of the summer, with us securing wins over Gateshead (5-1) and 1860 Munich (3-0) before losing 1-0 to Mainz 05 earlier this week in Austria.

Here’s a look at our summer schedule, including the key events so far and what’s still to come ahead of Tuesday’s clash with Benfica and double-header at St James’ Park next weekend:

  • 1st July (Friday) – Players returned for pre-season training
  • 9th July (Saturday) – Newcastle 5-1 Gateshead (behind-closed-doors)
  • – Austria training camp
  • 15th July (Friday) – Newcastle 3-0 1860 Munich (SaalfeldenArena Bürgerau)
  • 18th July (Monday) – Newcastle 0-1 Mainz 05 (Kufstein Arena)
  • – Portugal training camp
  • 23rd July (Saturday) – Newcastle vs Burnley (behind closed doors)
  • 26th July (Tuesday) – Benfica (8pm local time) at Estádio da Luz
  • 29th July (Friday) – Atalanta (7.45pm BST) at St James’ Park
  • 30th July (Saturday) – Athletic Bilbao (3pm BST) at St James’ Park

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82 thoughts on “Newcastle beat Burnley TWICE in Portugal as seven Mags get on the scoresheet

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    I can’t unsee those images now. :-c

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