Man Utd attacker Mata: We should be 'raging' after Newcastle loss

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Newcastle fans should be very excited after Benitez’s recent transfer success

Newcastle took the lead at Old Trafford in the reverse fixture before a rampant United side responded with four goals to claim all three points.

Alexis Sanchez was denied by a goal-line clearance just before the pendulum swung Newcastle's way, with a Jonjo Shelvey free-kick eventually played in for the unmarked Ritchie to rifle home. Today, we did well, although still we were a little bit lucky at the end. "At this time, it is a boost for everyone, and it keeps the team believing that we can win against any team".

"We set up really well and we matched up really well against them", Lascelles added.

"They have an awesome team with a lot of quality".

"I saw that in my team after the 1-0, I saw the desire to play and try to go to the last second, which we did, but I can imagine Benitez will be more than pleased with the effort of his players".

"We've had good moments, bad moments, like every team".

Newcastle United manager Rafael Benitez has stated that Islam Slimani is yet to overcome the injury he picked up at Leicester City. We will have some limitations and some problems, but you could still see this was another game when they were giving everything, and that is the positive thing.

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"It (home form) is going to be really important, as we haven't been as good as we wished at home", said Perez.

"Obviously, to do it at home in front of the fans was nice so we gave something back to them". "By the way, thank you to those who travelled to Newcastle, you deserved a different game and a different score".

You can see why Lawro is refusing to get carried away with Newcastle's new centre-forward.

"All week, the manager had been working on how we could beat these guys, and we stuck to his tactics and got it exactly right".

"It would have been a tough fortnight if we hadn't have won".

The Magpies face Bournemouth at the Vitality Stadium in their next game on February 24 who suffered their first defeat in six games in a 4-1 loss to Huddersfield Town on Sunday.

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