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De Bruyne returns to steer Man. City to victory over Newcastle

De Bruyne

De Bruyne scored for City

Kevin De Bruyne returned from five months injury to steer Manchester City to a 3-2 victory at Newcastle United on Saturday to move City second on the table.

City had opened the scoring mid-way in the first half. Kyle Walker swung a cross into the box and Bernardo Silva scored a magnificent back-heel goal.

Newcastle equalised nine minutes later. Bruno Guimaraes teed up Alexander Isak inside the box, and he kept his cool to find the top right corner.

Newcastle made it 2-1 in the 37th minute of the match. Anthony Gordon kept his cool and scored a brilliant goal.

In the 63rd minute, Walker sent a killer pass into the box, but Phil Foden could not trick the opposition’s defence and lost possession.

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City mounted the pressure for an equaliser but to no avail. They only needed a motivator to unlock Newcastle’s defence and De Bruyne was brought in as a substitute.

That was the tonic City needed. De Bruyne made an immediate impact and equalised for the visitors in the 74th minute.

He went on a mazy run, perfectly slipping past the opposition’s defence. He aimed well and placed a precise effort behind the goalkeeper for a wonderful goal.

One minute into added time, De Bruyne fed the ball to Oscar Bobb who scored as he latched on to a pass inside the penalty box and fired a perfect low shot that went into the middle of the goal and past the goalkeeper.

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