Newcastle 0-3 Sunderland – Mackems Massacre Magpies As Di Canio Gets Di Victory (Photos & Highlights)

Alan Duffy

14th, April 2013

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By Alan Duffy

Newcastle United 0-3 Sunderland – Premier League – 14th April 2013

The much-maligned Paulo Di Canio steered his Sunderland side to a superb 3-0 win away at rivals Newcastle on Sunday, a result that moves the Black Cats three points clear of the drop-zone.

Stephane Sessegnon silenced the Toon Army early on after firing past Tim Krul. From then on, the visitors had the better of the chances, although Papiss Cisse did go close on a few occasions. Indeed, after the break, the Senegal international had a goal wrongly chalked-off for offside, and soon after Adam Johnson curled home to double his side’s advantage.

With eight minutes left on the clock, sub David Vaughan, possessed by the Holy Spirit Of St Paulo, fired home a superb third to give Di Canio and co. a vital and well-deserved win.

Sunderland are now three points above the drop-zone while Alan Pardew’s Newcastle are five clear of danger.

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  1. KEL says:

    CISSES GOAL WOULD HAVE SEEN SUNDERLAND GO SHAKY..THEN NEWCASTLE WOULD HAVE SCORED AGAIN TO WIN THE GAME!!!

    SUNDERLAND SCORED AN ILLEGAL GOAL !!!

    IT IS A MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE AND IT’S TIME TO BRING IN TV REVIEWS AT PITCHSIDE. IT’S OUTRAGEOUS !

  2. Jarren says:

    I imagine everyone in Sunderland will be walking around with mud on their knees today…

  3. Peter says:

    We played like shite, nothing else to say about that. Because of that crap performance we have now given legitimacy to Mussolini Jr as a proper premier league manager. But Mourinho he is not..

  4. Jarren says:

    @KEL:

    Would the same apply had Newcastle been 1-0 up and Sunderland had of scored?

    Look, I’m not saying it might of ended up differently had Cisse’s goal stood (which it should have), but come on.

    Sunderland were by far the better team.

    Doesn’t matter if it was at St. James’ Park or not. They throttled you.

    From a recently humiliated Man U supporter

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