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The 34-second play against Man City that showed what Newcastle United can do

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Steve Bruce's heart was racing as he made his way to the home dressing room following Newcastle United's 2-2 draw against Man City.

The Magpies head coach had just seen his side come from behind, twice, to take a point off City at St James' Park.

"It's not good for you!



Just as it seemed Kevin De Bruyne's wondergoal had settled matters late on, Jonjo Shelvey stepped up with a stunning long-range effort of his own to send Newcastle fans wild six minutes later.

Willems passed the ball back to Paul Dummett who, in turn, played a quick one-two with Jonjo Shelvey.

Naturally, Newcastle worked hard on the training ground on defensive shape and how to frustrate City in the build-up to this game but the Magpies also looked at how they could hurt Guardiola's side, too.

The Brazilian held off John Stones just inside the City half to chest the ball first-time to Jetro Willems.
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