Loads of Newcastle fans are drooling over footage of supporters wildly celebrating Allan Saint-Maximin’s match-winning effort at St. Mary’s shared by the club’s official Twitter account.
The speedster latched onto a mistake from Southampton defender Yan Valery and laced the ball into the net, prompting scenes of utter jubilation in the away section.
— Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) March 9, 2020
Saint-Maximin has now scored 3 goals and created 4 assists for Steve Bruce’s Black and Whites across all competitions in this season so far. The 22-year-old’s market value stands at £22.5m via Transfermarkt.
The French winger’s superb finish has lifted the Magpies above their Premier League rivals into 13th before the Tyneside club face Sheffield United at St James’ Park on Saturday.
Many Newcastle fans will be hoping he can provide another moment of magic if Bruce’s side are to beat a Blades team who are exceeding all expectations in the English top flight. Despite only being promoted from the Championship last year, Chris Wilder’s squad find themselves in the mix for European football and are currently in 7th place (Premier League).
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Take a look at some of the best Twitter reactions to the away end’s celebrations…
That away end 😍 https://t.co/JkemRKzwVY
— ⚫️⚪️ (@BillyNeyMates) March 9, 2020
After kissing the post, the ball seemed to take forever to trickle over the line and in. Then, the result. Not 'limbs' or 'scenes'. More. A cathartic outpouring of mass human emotion. A rare moment of togetherness in a fracturing society. It's all some of us have, quite frankly. https://t.co/bJZkQHWtPN
— Jimmy Colville (@Jimmy_Bollard) March 10, 2020
— Andy Blackwell (@Ajblackwell85) March 9, 2020
Love this. Hate it when the TV cameras cut away from a goal in front of the away end
— Nick French (@NickFrenchNUFC) March 9, 2020
— Jonathan Sumner (@_jonathansumner) March 9, 2020
Grand day out https://t.co/ZQEyxih6e2
— Jonathan Stevens (@even5tevens) March 9, 2020
Newcastle fans, what do you make of the footage? Were you celebrating just as wildly when Saint-Maximin scored the winner? Let us know in the comments below!
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