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© Supplied by Sofoot Manchester United 3-1 Newcastle Goals: Rashford (30th), James (57th) and Bruno Fernandes (75th, sp) for MU // Saint-Maximin (36th) for Newcastle All smiles. Before returning to Real Sociedad on Thursday in the Europa League, Manchester United defeated (3-1) a Newcastle side which had long competed by exploiting the defensive loopholes of the locals. But that will not prevent MU from recovering its second place this weekend.
Back on the pitch last January after more than two months of absence due to severe form of Covid-19, Allan Saint-Maximin will once again miss several weeks of competition. The Newcastle striker was injured Saturday during the reception of Wolverhampton (1-1). Test results revealed the Frenchman is suffering from a strain in his groin, which will deprive him of competition until April, at the earliest. A blow to Newcastle, currently 17th in the Premier League, three points ahead of 18th and first relegation Fulham. The Magpies will have to do without the former Nice against West Bromwich on March 7, and Brighton on March 20, two direct competitors in the race to maintain. Since his arrival at the club in August 2019, Allan Saint-Maximin has had a series of injuries and has accumulated more than 160 days of unavailability. He has only played 17 matches in all competitions this season, with two goals and two assists.
???? will be without Allan Saint-Maximin and Miguel Almirón until April after both players picked up injuries against Wolves on Saturday. Emil Krafth is set to resume training later this week.- Newcastle United FC (@NUFC) will be without Allan Saint-Maximin and Miguel Almirón until April after both players picked up injuries against Wolves on Saturday. Emil Krafth is set to resume training later this week.
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