League Cup 2023: Newcastle United Beat Southampton To Reach First Final Under Saudi Ownership

Newcastle is on the verge of reaching its first cup final in a century as a result of the Saudi-backed acquisition, and the team may potentially qualify for the Champions League. Newcastle's victory-starved supporters were ecstatic as they waved black-and-white scarves and sang about going to Wembley Stadium during Tuesday's 2-1 victory over South.ampton to secure a 3-1 aggregate victory in the English League Cup semifinals. This was despite star midfielder Bruno Guimaraes receiving a late red card. On February 26, the national stadium for English football will host the championship, and Newcastle and Manchester are set to square off.United, which has a 3-0 advantage from the first game against Nottingham Forest last week. They play back-to-back games on Wednesday. Newcastle can anticipate more exhilarating times over the coming years since it now has the wealthiest owners in all of football thanks to the Saudi Arabian sovereign wealth fund, which purchased the club 18 months ago. Newcastle is now in third position in the Premier League, so if it finishes in the top four to qualify for the lucrative Champions League, high-profile transfers are almost certain to follow. Prior to that, it will play in its first League Cup final since 1976 and return to Wembley for the first time since the 1999 FA Cup final against Manchester United. To elevate your standing and boost your appeal to potential employers, you want to reach the finals of contests.individuals to join, "Eddie Howe, manager of Newcastle, remarked. This is a club that is growing.

On Tuesday, a local kid was the one who forced Newcastle into the championship game. In addition to Joelinton's winning goal in the first leg in Southampton last week, Sean Longstaff, a 25-year-old midfielder from nearby North Shields, scored in the fifth and 21st minutes at a lively St. James' Park to put Newcastle 3-0 ahead on aggregate. Longstaff successfully finished off a fluid team play including Joelinton, Joe Willock, and Miguel Almiron for the first goal and then hammered home an angled shot for the second goal. Longstaff praised Newcastle's supporters, saying, "The building was jumping and the energy they gave off was incredible." When things weren't going well and things seemed quite dismal, "they remained with us through thick and thin." I'm overjoyed for them. In the 29th minute.

Che Adams gave the visitors from the south coast a goal back. This was just Newcastle's second goal in all competitions since November 6. However, Southampton's pressure in the second half did not result in another goal, and Manchester City was ousted from the competition. In the 82nd minute, Guimaraes was dismissed for stamping on Southampton's substitute Samuel Edozie's lower leg. After reviewing the incident on the pitchside monitor, the referee revised the yellow card that had first been given to the Brazil international to a red one. Although Guimaraes will be unavailable for Newcastle's upcoming three Premier League games, he will play in the championship game.

League Cup 2023: Newcastle United Beat Southampton To Reach First Final Under Saudi Ownership

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