Highlights: Stoke City vs Newcastle United

Follow the latest score as Stoke City take on Newcastle United at the Emirates.

Updated: on October 01, 2014 16:45 IST
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Stoke City's English striker Peter Crouch (Top) scores his team's first goal in the English Premier League football match between Stoke City and Newcastle United.


Stoke City added to Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew's woes with a 1-0 win at the Britannia Stadium on Monday that left the Magpies still searching for their first Premier League victory of the season. (MATCHCENTRE)

Defeat meant the north-east side had taken just three points out of a possible 18 from six matches, with only newly-promoted Burnley keeping them off the bottom of the table courtesy of having scored fewer goals.

Both Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, among the crowd at Stoke's ground on Monday, and Pardew have become hate-figures for Magpies' fans.

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Stoke piled yet more misery onto Newcastle United and manager Alan Pardew tonight as Peter Crouch's 15th-minute header condemned the Toon to yet another defeat to nil - their third of the season. Stoke had the lion's share of chances, with an electrifying Victor Moses – whose cross set up Crouch for the goal – supplying his lanky teammate with several opportunities, most of which he managed to squander. Moses was denied a clear penalty when felled inside the box by Yoan Gouffran, while at the other end Asmir Begovic pulled off a brilliant save to keep out Daryl Janmaat's belting 25-yarder. The visitors brought on Papiss Cisse as Pardew looked for yet another reprieve. Stoke were still on top though and Marko Arnautovic struck the post after a poor Mike Williamson clearance. Stephen Ireland fired just over the cross-section for Stoke, while Paul Dummett did exactly the same soon after for Newcastle. Gabriel Obertan came on and sparked life into the visitors and with five minutes left his mazy run and pinpoint cross to the feet of Jack Colback was somehow smashed against the bar, rather than into the back of the net. It's looking bleak for the North East outfit while Stoke fans will be delighted that their side have kick-started their season."

90 '


There goes the full time whistle. It's a first home victory for Stoke and they go up to 11th, while Newcastle remain 19th. Stoke 1-0 Newcastle.

90 '


As we enter four minutes of stoppage time, chants of 'sacked in the morning' echo from the home crowd. Time is running out for Newcastle. As the camera pans to Mike Ashley, his facial expression gives off the impression he is not a happy man.

84 '


How have Newcastle not equalised?! Substitute Gabriel Obertan speeds down the wing before sending in a great cross for Jack Colback, but the summer signing somehow manages to strike the crossbar from less than six yards out - what a miss!

80 '


As Stoke waste time, banners are raised in the away stand that read 'Sack Pardew'. A section of fans had said they would sacrifice three points tonight so long as Pardew was sacked. They may get their wish.

75 '


The visitors have just 15 minutes left to salvage something from this game, and possibly buy their manager more time. They bring on Sammy Ameobi in hope of finding an equaliser.

70 '


The visitors stitch together an attractive sequence of passes, but it's all in their own half and in the end Williamson loses possession with a hopeful ball after seeing no teammate make a run.

68 '


Newcastle replace Gouffran with Gabriel Obertan.

67 '


Dummett sees his name in lights as Phil Bardsley backs off, the left back letting fly with a rising drive that worries Asmir Begovic for a brief moment before sailing over the crossbar.

66 '


Williamson manages to halt Arnautovic's run with a well-timed sliding tackle, whereupon the ball breaks to Stephen Ireland, who instantly takes aim from just outside the box and curls a great shot narrowly over the angle of post and bar.

64 '


The latest name to enter the book is that of Glenn Whelan as the nasty tackles continue to snap back and forth between the two teams.

62 '


Confusion in the Newcastle ranks sees a loose ball somehow squirm through to Moses, unmarked right in front of goal, and it takes a top save by the sprawling Tim Krul to keep the score at one-nil.

60 '


That's time for the combative Adam, who has had a decent game. Stephen Ireland trots on in his place.

60 '


Cisse is marginally slower to a 50-50 than Adam, who always seems to be at the centre of trouble, and receives a yellow card.

58 '


Mike Williamson's late challenge on Charlie Adam looks likely to earn the defender a yellow card, but the ref chooses to show leniency. He does award a free kick, with which Adam stings Krul's palms with a 35-yard piledriver.

56 '


Adam uses his wrestling skills to hustle past Coloccini and bear down on goal, but Craig Pawson rightly pulls him up. The clearest foul you'll ever see.

54 '


It's been a scrappy start to the second period, with both teams committing a series of niggly fouls as tempers begin to fray. The next booking can't be far off.

51 '


Charlie Adam attempts to find the run of Marko Arnautovic with a 50-yard diagonal ball, but on this occasion Dummett keeps his cool to nod the pass back to Tim Krul.

48 '


A vital header by Williamson to divert Marc Muniesa's cross away from goal succeeds only in sending the ball directly to the feet of Arnautovic, who sweeps a low effort against the base of the post from 20 yards. Seconds later Papiss Cisse gets between the Stoke centre backs but can only loop a half-hearted effort wide of the target.

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man (possibly). Alan Pardew has sent for the talents of Papiss Cisse at the expense of Emmanuel Riviere in the hope that the striker will earn him yet another reprieve. The second half is underway here in the rainy Midlands.

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