Newcastle are next in action against Manchester United at St. James' Park, a fixture in which they won 1-0 last season thanks to a Matt Ritchie victor and a Martin Dubravka-inspired performance. Undoubtedly, that is a trend that needs to stop.
The Magpies raced into a first-half lead at Old Trafford but Jose Mourinho's side fought back in the second period to turn the game on its head, leaving Newcastle joint-bottom of the division alongside Cardiff.
It was a day where he could be happy with his substitutions though with Mata getting the first and Sanchez getting the victor whilst the decision to move Paul Pogba deeper certainly worked as the Frenchman ran the game in the second half.
"Although Mr Jimenez helped Mr Ashley minimise the impact of the trouble, it again ruined the potential sale of Newcastle United Football Club that Mr Jimenez had lined up".
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho criticised "man-hunting" and "wickedness" against him and his team and said young players such as Marcus Rashford and Scott McTominay were struggling to deal with the pressure. If I could tell them please don't do it I would say that.
'After the game I'd like to think that's a game to push Manchester United on.
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And Sanchez proved the hero, scoring his first Premier League goal since March 31 by heading home in the 90th minute before United waited out five minutes of added time.
But Gary Neville, once an Old Trafford team-mate of Scholes, said the Mirror's report, if true, meant United's hierarchy, were playing "Football Manager (a computer game) with the biggest club in the world". "With Mourinho, you are always going to win trophies".
"I'm amazed by that but I don't want that", he said. I can cope with it.
"What I asked the players is to give absolutely everything".
That's the view of Match of the Day pundit Alan Shearer, who says the situation the club now finds itself in is "embarrassing". I thought at some moments we could score in our own goal.
"But the players have to take their fair share of the blame as well because quite clearly they can put the effort in like they did in the second half today".