A Newcastle fan celebrated his side’s 3-2 victory over Everton in stunning fashion as he travelled 110 miles to his friend’s house to shout “3-2!”
Newcastle United secured a stunning turnaround in the game against Everton last weekend, as the side won 3-2 after being 2-0 down at the first half.
The Magpies scored three goals within 19 minutes in the second half, with Ayoze Perez scoring a brace.
With this win, Newcastle United are now 13th in the Premier League table, while Everton slipped out of the top-10, at 11th.
Perez scored the equalizer in the game in the 81st minute, and netted in the winner three minutes later.
Justifiably, Newcastle fans were upbeat about the result. However, one fan took the celebrations to extreme measures, as he drove 110 miles to his friend’s house who supports Everton.
Newcastle fan shouts “3-2!”
Dane, a Newcastle fan, celebrated the side’s stunning 3-2 victory over Everton in style as he drove 1all the way to his friend’s house.
Once his friend opened the door, he shouted, “3-2!” and brust into laughter. His friend simply stood at the door with shock.
This Newcastle fan drove 110 miles just to do this to his son who’s an Everton fan… wait for his reaction 😂😂
— ODDSbible (@ODDSbible) March 11, 2019
Dane admitted that he texted his friend, but he ignored him. And so, Dane resorted to this extreme step.
Everton manager Marco Silva, meanwhile, was unhappy with the referee’s decisions in the game.
“We didn’t expect what happened, but it’s football.” Silva said. “Even in the first 15 to 20 minutes in the second half we had counter-attacks – we had to kill the game in that moment.
“I cannot understand – five Newcastle players were in the same line and Rondon was offside.”
How Twitter reacted..
Since August 2004 – 12 different men have been in charge of Newcastle United.
Only one of those has managed to win five consecutive league games at St James’ Park.
*Folds glasses and puts them in his top pocket*
Rafael Benítez, fact. pic.twitter.com/xGr9OTiqBy
— bet365 (@bet365) March 9, 2019
Is it time for Ayoze Pérez to take his fingers out of his ears? In his Game Dissected column @_TomClarke explains that the Newcastle United forward is a statistical success and what that means in reality on the pitch #NUFChttps://t.co/sgLmhbzr4P pic.twitter.com/U3mS8Pw3eW
— Times Sport (@TimesSport) March 11, 2019
Three years ago today, Rafa Benitez was named manager of Newcastle United Football Club.
What a day that was. What a three years it’s been.
— If Rafa Goes We Go (@IfRafaGoesWeGo) March 11, 2019
— Wor Flags 🏴🏳 (@worflags) March 9, 2019
3-2!!!! NEWCASTLE UNITED WIN!!!! OMG!! What a game!!! I love you lads, fantastic comeback! Lets enjoy this one big time! #NUFC
— #NUFC Portal (@NufcPortal) March 9, 2019
Newcastle United will return to action on Saturday as they take on Bournemouth in the Premier League. Everton, meanwhile, face Chelsea at Goodison Park.