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By Shamoon Hafez
Liverpool v Newcastle – a fixture that has seen bags of targets and a lot of minutes that are iconic.
The two sides meet again at Anfield on Saturday (kick-off 12:30 BST) together with all Liverpool top of this table won their opening four matches, although Newcastle have enhanced following a bad start.
Utilize the ranked list under to put these Liverpool v Newcastle Premier League matches so of has been the most memorable.
Rank those six memorable Liverpool v Newcastle games from the Premier League era
Goalscorer: Andy Cole (3)
Kevin Keegan’s side, dubbed’The Entertainers’, played having won the past season to the Division One title.
Liverpool, under Graeme Souness, came as one to St James’ Park but were defeated by the first-half hat-trick in arctic conditions at the north west of Andy Cole.
The first two goals of cole were so poacher’s attempts, stretching out a leg ahead of Bruce Grobbelaar on the two events to convert from six metres out, while his third was side-footed in from comparable space.
Roy Evans lost his job and replaced souness. Liverpool ended the season while the Magpies secured a third-place finish.
Goalscorers: Robbie Fowler (2), Stan Collymore (two ); Les Ferdinand, David Ginola, Faustino Asprilla
The Premier League game of them all? The ebb and flow of a contest played under the floodlights with a pitch before a raucous Anfield audience.
Reds legend Robbie Fowler headed in at the back post for its opener, while Newcastle equalised as Les Ferdinand’s shot squirmed through David James’ palms .
Frenchman David Ginola coolly slotted in for 2-1 and conducted through on goal, but Fowler equalised with a gorgeous outside-of-the-foot finish in the second half.
Faustino Asprilla stroked before Stan Collymore converted from Jason McAteer cross for 3-3 in as James flew from his goal to put Newcastle in front again, with the Liverpool players searching for an offside flag.
With John Barnes and Ian Rush and time running out playing keep-ball from the opposition halfof the ball has been squeezed wide for Collymore out to smash home the winner in injury time.
Martin Tyler’s memorable, humorous commentary on Sky Sports attained a crescendo:”Barnes, Rush, Barnes, nevertheless John Barnes, Collymore… CLOSING INNNNNNN, Liverpool lead to stoppage time! Kevin Keegan hangs his head, he’s devastated.”
Liverpool fans went from the stands, although their frontman Keegan slumped in a few of their Premier League minutes over the advertising hoardings, knowing the title slipped away.
Goalscorers: Steve McManaman, Patrik Berger, Robbie Fowler (2); Keith Gillespie, Faustino Asprilla, Warren Barton
The next season saw these two sides share another game that was 4-3 in Anfield after Keegan needed sensationally stopped in January 1997 and it turned out to be a similar feeling.
The Anfield surface has been better and Steve McManaman’s opener was so excellent, curling in a finish in the edge of the area.
Patrik Berger made it 2-0 after Fowler’s shot ricocheted back off the pole, while the Englishman stabbed at home the next before this reluctant Shaka Hislop – all before half-time.
Newcastle came out shooting in the second stage – Keith Gillespie pulling one back with 19 minutes remaining in the edge of the box using a James howler.
James went walkabout allowing Asprilla to lob at a brilliant finish on 87 minutes and Warren Barton thought he’d earned a point a minute later after he poked in for 3-3.
But Newcastle’s joy was short lived as Fowler leapt to meet the cross of Stig Inge Bjornebye as the Magpies finished second to Manchester United in the league, and also plant a header into the corner. Again.
Goalscorers: David Edgar; Steven Gerrard (2), Sami Hyypia, Ryan Babel, Xabi Alonso
Rafael Benitez side thumped Joe Kinnear’s guys 5-1 – before turning supplied to the towering header from a corner of Hyypia, Gerrard smacking from the post from the opener.
Newcastle pulled back during David Edgar’s header at the near post before half-time, but Babel chased in while the fifth was inserted by Alonso from the penalty spot.
The place of Liverpool was cemented by the result at the peak of the table and 11 pulls cost them dearly losing the name by four factors to Manchester United, even though they lost only twice during the 2008-09 season.
Goalscorers: Kevin Nolan, Joey Barton, Andy Carroll; Dirk Kuyt
When Alan Pardew was appointed Newcastle manager on a year deal to replace Chris Hughton Magpies fans might have hoped for a better start.
For a Liverpool side containing Paul Konchesky Sotirios Kyrgiakos and David Ngog kevin Nolan lashed the opener before the equaliser of Dirk Kuyt.
Joey Barton nipped in ahead of Glen Johnson and Pepe Reina to poke home the second, while Andy Carroll smacked at a in injury period.
Roy Hodgson had been sacked a month afterwards to be replaced by Dalglish and was left rubbing at his face.
Goalscorers: Daniel Agger, Jordan Henderson (2), Daniel Sturridge (2), Fabio Borini
The other Newcastle thrashing in Liverpool’s hands at St James’ Park, this 6-0 conquer their greatest at home in the Premier League.
This is Liverpool’s first game since striker Luis Suarez has been handed a hefty 10-game ban for biting the Branislav Ivanovic of Chelsea, however they didn’t miss the Uruguayan.
January registering Philippe Coutinho was influential, crossing to go in the opener and a fine team movement was finished off by Jordan Henderson.
It got worse for the hosts in the second half of Daniel Sturridge slotting home from the pass of Coutinho and the Englishman.
Fabio Borini came off the bench to score the fifth from the cut-back of Stewart Downing and Henderson curled in a free-kick for its sixth.
Liverpool finished seventh in Brendan Rodgers’ first year in charge, although Newcastle finished five points clear of the relegation zone.
If they shared the Reds coming from 5-2 down in half-time to win, with an thriller the actual classic involving the sides arrived from December 1909.
In January 1934 , the fixture again saw 11 goals, but their competitors 9-2 was pummelled by this time Newcastle – the Liverpool have conceded in a top-flight match.
The season proved to be a memorable one for Newcastle plus they defeat Liverpool 4-2 at Anfield in November, aided by the hat-trick of Chilean George Robledo.
Back in September 1987, Steve Nicol netted a hat-trick since Liverpool ran out 4-1 winners at St James’ Park at one of several brilliant performances from one side – featuring John Barnes and Peter Beardsley – that would continue to win the championship title in some style.
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