Newcastle cruised to a 3-0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford to increase the pressure on Erik ten Hag and book a place in the Carabao Cup quarter-finals.
Eddie Howe named a much changed side for rematch of last year's final, which saw Man United emerge as a 2-0 winners at Wembley.
Miguel Almiron and Lewis Hall struck in the first half as Newcastle took a major step towards avenging the defeat.
Newcastle's place in the last eight was sealed when Joe Willock struck in the second half to seal a 3-0 victory for Howe's side, while increasing the pressure further on Ten Hag.
Mail Sport's CRAIG HOPE was at Old Trafford and picked out some things you might have missed from Wednesday's match.
Eddie Howe's much changed side cruised to a 3-0 win over Manchester United at Old Trafford
The result increased the gloom around Manchester United following their derby defeat
Pressure has increased further on Man United boss Erik ten Hag following the heavy defeat
Happy you stayed put now, Sean?
Sean Longstaff captained Newcastle for the first time in what was his 150th appearance for his boyhood club.
The 26-year-old may have been a Man United player had their interest led somewhere following the midfielder’s breakthrough five years ago.
He was being likened to fellow Geordie Michael Carrick back then and there were admirers within Old Trafford.
However, the arrival of another former Man United player, Steve Bruce, as Newcastle boss saw Longstaff’s career hit reverse and only now, under Eddie Howe, has he recovered to look like the player he promised to be.
Sean Longstaff captained Newcastle for the first time on his 150th appearance for the club
Visiting fans pile the misery on Erik ten Hag
‘2-0… in your cup final’ sang the home fans to 7,000 visiting Geordies shortly after kick-off, referencing their victory in the final of this competition in February.
Except, it was their cup final too, and the only trophy they have won in six years.
A big-club chant by supporters of a club that stopped acting like one a long time ago.
Those in black and white soon returned their own ditty as they mocked the future employment prospects of Erik ten Hag. Ironically, with the score at 2-0…
Newcastle fans began mocking the future of under fire Man United manger Erik ten Hag
The 7,000 travelling supporters responded to chants referencing their final loss in February
Livramento and Hall stake their claim at Old Trafford
Newcastle committed close to £70m on full-backs Tino Livramento and Lewis Hall in the summer but they have been kept in reserve so far this season.
They started in the last round of this competition and were again included here. Both were outstanding.
Full-backs Tino Livramento and Lewis Hall impressed after being handed a start
Wan-Bissaka's return gives Man United a boost amid the gloom
The biggest cheer from the home end before the start of the second half came when Aaron Wan-Bissaka was sent out to warm up during the interval.
It did not say much for the performance of Diogo Dalot, the man he was set to replace.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka's return following his injury lay-off was a rare positive for Man United
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