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Solskjaer gets the perfect response as United come back on Tyne

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An awful lot of water has flowed beneath the Tyne Bridge since the days when Kevin Keegan's entertainers very nearly beat Manchester United to the Premier League title, but Newcastle frequently raise their game against these trans-Pennine visitors.

No matter that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side temporarily forgot their recent stumbles to win courtesy of late goals from Bruno Fernandes, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Marcus Rashford, Newcastle more than played their part in a wonderful game.

But Manchester United were behind inside two minutes courtesy of a Luke Shaw own goal.

It was the first penalty the Portugal international had seen saved since he first pulled on a Manchester United shirt and emphasised how fragile his side's improvement was.

Although it ended in defeat for Steve Bruce's side this was a prime example.

With Manchester United looking particularly strong down their left flank, Krafth had begun to struggle at right-back and Lascelles and Federico Fernandez were required to make some important blocks and clearances, while Darlow did well to save Marcus Rashford's apparently goal-bound 20-yard shot.

Solskjaer spent his pre-match interviews reiterating the message: "We need a response."
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