Joelinton 7 out of 10, John Egan 3: Newcastle v Sheffield United player ratings

Joelinton 7 out of 10, John Egan 3: Newcastle v Sheffield United player ratings
Joelinton 7 out of 10, John Egan 3: Newcastle v Sheffield United player ratings

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Hind Al Soulia - Riyadh - NEWCASTLE UNITED RATINGS: Martin Dubravka - 7: Slovak barely broke sweat with Sheffield United managing one shot on target all game. Reuters

Javier Manquillo - 7: Tidy game from the Spanish full-back, no problems defensively and provided useful option going forward. Reuters

Jamaal Lascelles - 7: Newcastle captain looked solid on his team’s return to action. Reuters

Federico Fernandez - 7: Comfortable game for the Argentine and dominated the Blades attackers alongside his captain. Reuters

Danny Rose - 6: Sloppy distribution, particularly in the first half but improved after break. Reuters

Matt Ritchie - 8: Good shift from the wideman and a quality finish to make it 2-0. AFP

Isaac Hayden - 7: The usual solid and reliable performance from Newcastle’s defensive midfielder. AFP

Jonjo Shelvey - 7: Quality distribution from the midfielder who was a driving force to Newcastle’s victory. Reuters

Allan Saint-Maximin - 9: A handful from start to finish for the Blades, scored the crucial opener and was the best attacking player on the pitch. Reuters

Miguel Almiron - 7: Continues to frustrate in front of goal but supplied third goal on a plate for Joelinton. AFP

Joelinton - 7: Missed a sitter and was booked in the first half, but scored his first goal since August to make it 3-0. Reuters

SUBS: Andy Carroll (Joelinton 79): Big striker would be delighted to be back on the pitch after injury woes. Reuters

Nabil Bentaleb (Saint-Maximim 79): Match was over and the Blades a beaten side by the time midfielder was introduced. Reuters

Fabian Schar (Shelvey 85): No time to make an impact, Reuters

Valentino Lazaro (Almiron 85): No time to make an impact. Reuters

DeAndre Yedlin (Ritchie 90): Injury time substitute. Reuters

SHEFFIELD UNITED RATINGS: Dean Henderson - 6: Woefully exposed for all three goals but left a huge gap at near post for Ritchie’s finish. AFP

Chris Basham - 6: Carried the ball out of defence well at times but, like his teammates, was off the pace at the back. Reuters

John Egan - 3: Irishman deservedly sent-off for a second yellow card when the score was 0-0. Reuters

Callum Robinson - 6: Struggled against the pacy Newcastle attacks. Reuters

George Baldock - 5: Failed to close down Ritchie and gave the Newcastle midfielder free rein to make it 2-0. Reuters

Sander Berge - 6: Norwegian made little impact. AFP

Oliver Norwood - 5: Gave the ball away far too easily and a day to forget. Reuters

John Fleck - 6: Little influence as the game passed him by. AFP

Enda Stevens - 4: Embarrassing mistake for opening goal and also missed good chance to make it 2-1. Reuters

Oli McBurnie - 5: Frustrating day for the Scot who was given little service. AFP

Billy Sharp - 5: Will be furious at missing header in second half with goal at his mercy and the Blades just one goal down. Reuters

Subs: John Lundstram (Berge, 66) - 6: Tide was turning against team by the time he was introduced. Reuters

Luke Freeman 6 (Fleck, 73) - 5: Came on with team two down and the game over. AFP

Richairo Zivkovic 6 (Sharp, 73) - 5: Came on with team two down and the game over. Reuters

Kieron Freeman 6 (McBurnie, 85): Game well over by the time defender came on. Reuters

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