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Lascelles strikes again to lift Newcastle
19 September 2017, 01:01 | Dawn Berry
Atsu grabs first EPL goal in Newcastle's third straight win
Newcastle United came away with a 2-1 win over Stoke City despite wasting several chances in front of goal and manager Rafael Benitez has warned his players' such profligacy will be punished by the Premier League's top teams. We're completely different players with a different mentality.
The winger got off the mark after pouncing on Matt Ritchie's cross with a vital touch in the 19th minute before Jamaal Lascelles headed home the victor for Raphael Benitez' men.
"We will not get too complacent".
Ritchie looks set to play an important role in Benitez's team's chances of having a successful season and his presence on one wing and Atsu on the other is providing the Geordie faithful with some exciting football to watch. We need to keep that and the only way we do that is through grit, determination and hard work.
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"Matt Ritchie's deliveries are unbelievable, I feel like I can get a few goals this season with his crosses, especially when teams are marking zonal as well. We got promoted, we came first, why would he take the armband off me?"
"We've been watching videos of Newcastle and then we concede an identical goal to theirs last week".
"The fans, when you win so many games in a row, they are excited and thinking about Europe".
"Last week (against Swansea), I managed to get myself into a good area and I was disappointed I didn't score in the first half". "I didn't think we were poor, just not as good as in recent weeks".
"We gave him a free header and you can't do that".
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