In what was one of the best performances for some time from Newcastle, the lads have thrashed a woeful Bournemouth side 4-1.
Newcastle came out unchanged after their brilliant first-half performance.
Allan Saint-Maximin launched a shot from just outside the area, but Aaron Ramsdale was able to parry it away in the 51st minute.
The Frenchman followed that up a few minutes later with a brilliant run from deep in the Newcastle end. However, his pass to Miguel Almiron was too strong for the Paraguayan to control.
However, Almiron soon made it 3-0 with a beautiful goal in the 57th minute. He collected the ball from Allan Saint-Maximin and went around Ake into the box. Miguel placed the ball perfectly passed Ramsdale. That makes it seven goals from Miggy this year.
Bruce made a double change in the 62nd minute bringing Andy Carroll and Valentino Lazaro on for Dwight Gayle and Allan Saint-Maximin. Then in quick succession, it was Isaac Hayden on for Joelinton and DeAndre Yedlin in for Javier Manquillo.
Lazaro then made it 4-0 with a 77th-minute strike. Jonjo Shelvey found Lazaro on an inch-perfect run past the Bournemouth backline. His shot was superb as it floated past over Ramsdale for his first Premier League goal.
Former Magpie Dan Gosling got a consolation goal deep in stoppage time to make it 4-1. It’s a shame to lose the clean sheet but we’ll take the three points tonight.