Newcastle United broke a Premier League record with an amazing 8-0 win away against Sheffield United on Sunday afternoon.
The Magpies set Premier League history by having eight different goal scorers, the most in a single Premier League game.
Sean Longstaff scored in a contentious way after the Blades claimed the ball had struck Anthony Gordon’s hand in the buildup.
The second was scored by Dan Burn, who ghosted in at the back post to head beyond Wes Foderingham.
Sven Botman added the third for the away team to make it 3-0 inside the opening 35 minutes. 11 minutes after the restart, Callum Wilson scored his side’s fourth goal of the game, three of which were headers by that point.
Dan Burn scored the second goal, sneaking through at the back post and heading past Wes Foderingham.
Sven Botman scored Newcastle’s third goal, making it 3-0 in the first 35 minutes. Callum Wilson scored his team’s fourth goal of the game 11 minutes after the restart, three of which were headers.
Anthony Godson extended the lead for the visitors in the 56th minute of the game before Miguel Almiron found the back of the net for Newcastle seven minutes later.
In an encounter completely dominated by Newcastle, strikes from Bruno Guimeras and Alexander Isak further increased the woes of the home team in the 73rd and 87th minutes.