“Bruno Guimaraes Leads Enthusiastic Newcastle Supporters as Magpies Admin Playfully Taunts Manchester United”
Newcastle United’s triumphant performance left their supporters enraptured, as they convincingly dispatched Manchester United. The Magpies secured their place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals with a resounding 3-0 victory at Old Trafford.
Goals from Miguel Almiron, Lewis Hall, and Joe Willock were sufficient to clinch the win for Newcastle, heaping the pressure on Erik ten Hag, Manchester United’s manager. As Eddie Howe’s team awaited the final whistle, they managed to gain a throw-in right in front of their traveling supporters. This presented an opportunity for Bruno Guimaraes to energize the Newcastle fans.
Waving and making gestures with his hands, Guimaraes encouraged the Toon Army to generate even more noise. Their voices resonated with the chant, “The Geordie boys are taking the mick.”
While Newcastle made eight changes to their lineup, their performance at Old Trafford was truly outstanding. However, the prevailing sentiment among many may revolve around Manchester United’s lackluster display.
Having suffered consecutive losses, conceding six goals in the process against both Manchester City and Newcastle, the home fans began singing, “you’re getting sacked in the morning” to Erik ten Hag, who finds himself under mounting pressure in the home dugout.
The wind-up wasn’t confined to the supporters; even Newcastle’s official social media account joined in, playfully noting, “Tonight’s attendance at Old Trafford is 72,000. Slightly less now.” This remark was a reference to the Manchester United fans who streamed towards the exit gates following Joe Willock’s goal in the 60th minute and beyond.