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Fernandes inspires late Man Utd flurry at Newcastle

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Match report as Harry Maguire, Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford seal Manchester United victory at St. James' Park after Luke Shaw own goal

Jack WilkinsonFill 2 Copy 11Created with Sketch. Image: Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Bruno Fernandes celebrate the latter's goal at Newcastle

Bruno Fernandes made amends for a missed penalty with a spectacular late strike that inspired Manchester United to a 4-1 victory at Newcastle.

A stunning save from goalkeeper Karl Darlow saw Fernandes miss his first penalty in Manchester United colours at the 11th attempt, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side looked destined for a draw after Harry Maguire's header had cancelled out Luke Shaw's second-minute own goal.

But a dominant Manchester United claimed a deserved and emphatic victory when Fernandes rifled into the top corner with five minutes remaining, Aaron Wan-Bissaka claimed his first senior goal and Marcus Rashford's stoppage-time fourth claimed three points at St. James' Park.

Manchester United climb to 16th in the Premier League on six points after their second victory of the season, a point and four places behind Newcastle in 11th.

More to follow.

Liverpool ask PL to look into derby-day VAR decisions Why can't Lampard fix Chelsea's defence? Liverpool await extent of Van Dijk, Thiago injuries Zlatan double wins Milan derby, Real beaten by Cadiz Man City-Arsenal player ratings: Sterling stars Klopp rages over 'legitimate' disallowed goal Merseyside derby drama: the key moments Joe Laws suffers shock knockout defeat Hits and misses: Anxious Liverpool, Arsenal's Big Six worries Nuno on Wolves' evolution What's next?Sunday 25th October 4:00pm Kick off 4:30pm

Newcastle travel to Wolves at 4.30pm on Super Sunday - live on Sky Sports Premier League.

Also See:Saturday 24th October 5:00pm Kick off 5:30pm

Manchester United head to Paris Saint-Germain for their first Champions League group stage game on Tuesday at 8pm, before hosting Chelsea at 5.30pm on Saturday Night Football - live on Sky Sports Premier League.

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