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Newcastle’s Alexander Isak Secures Victory With Double Strike, Sending Sheffield United Into Relegation


Alexander Isak extended his season tally to 23 goals, leading Newcastle to a remarkable comeback after a dismal start, ultimately relegating Sheffield United with a resounding 5-1 victory.

Despite Sheffield United taking an early lead through Anel Ahmedhodzic in the fifth minute, Newcastle managed to level the score before halftime with a superb strike from Isak, providing a much-needed boost to the home crowd at St James’ Park.

In the second half, Newcastle dominated proceedings, netting four goals within 18 minutes. Bruno Guimaraes, Isak once again, an own goal from Ben Osborn, and a strike from substitute Callum Wilson secured the decisive victory, sealing Sheffield United’s fate and setting a Premier League record of 13 goals against them in two games this season.

Under Eddie Howe’s guidance, Newcastle gradually regained momentum after falling behind early in the match. Isak’s clinical finish in the first half restored parity, offering a glimmer of hope for the Magpies.

Despite resilient defensive efforts from Sheffield United, Newcastle capitalized on their attacking opportunities. Anthony Gordon’s precise free-kick found Guimaraes for the go-ahead goal, followed by Isak converting a penalty and Osborn inadvertently scoring an own goal under pressure.

As the match progressed, substitute Callum Wilson further extended Newcastle’s lead with a well-taken finish, securing a convincing victory and condemning Sheffield United to relegation.

Despite Sheffield United being awarded a late penalty, referee Tony Harrington reversed his decision after consulting the pitchside monitor, compounding the visitors’ misery and sealing Newcastle’s triumphant win.

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