21y 119d – Aged 21 years and 119 days, Sean Longstaff is the youngest player to score for Newcastle in the Premier League since Rolando Aarons in May 2016 (20y 181d v Spurs). Talent. pic.twitter.com/3dinaQSG9e
Out Dan Agyei (Blackpool) Loan
Tom Anderson (Doncaster Rovers) Loan
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Harry Flowers (Guiseley) Undisclosed
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Alex Whitmore (Chesterfield) Undisclosed
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Arsenal started the day off with a bang, signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang from Borussia Dortmund for a record fee, and there are more deals expected to be completed today, including Olivier Giroud to Chelsea and Michy Batshuayi to Chelsea. In addition, with the World Cup six months away, some other players will be looking for a loan around Europe for more playing time.
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Newcastle’s plan to find any unlikely way past Ederson began off the opening kick, as Jonjo Shelvey tested the Brazilian from midfield.
City held possession, to no one’s surprise, as St. James’ Park was good value for volume despite its long odds.
An adventurous diagonal ball from Fernandinho to the back post saw Sergio Aguero flub a shot off the outside of the goal.
Kevin De Bruyne blazed over goal from the chalk of the arc as City crept closer to an opener.
Moments later, Vincent Kompany was removed from the match with another injury, making way for Fernandinho’s move to center back and the introduction of Gabriel Jesus up top.
A picture perfect free kick from De Bruyne was nodded on frame by Aguero, and Elliot made a sensational reaction save to keep it scoreless.
Aguero then tore into a 30th minute shot from 25 yards and just clipped the outside of the goal post.
Man City went ahead through Sterling, who got just enough of his left foot on a De Bruyne pass to fool Elliot.
Newcastle almost countered its way to an equalizer, as Kyle Walker fell attempting to track DeAndre Yedlin‘s cross. Rolando Aarons tried to sail a ball into the far post, but Nicolas Otamendi cleared the effort off the line.
That wasn’t the end of the hosts’ pressure, and the Magpies saw a pair of corners defended by City. A lightning counter from City ended with a corner collected by Newcastle’s Elliot.
Manchester City can move 15-points clear of second-place Manchester United when Man City visits Newcastle at St. James Park on Wednesday. Watch live at 2:45 p.m. ET on NBCSN and online via NBCSports.com).