“Necessities to have a greater amount of these exhibitions” – Shearer challenges Newcastle star after City masterclass


Newcastle United held Manchester City to a 2-2 draw at Saint James’ Park on Saturday, with Jonjo Shelvey’s 88th-minute strike managing a blow on the guests’ title aspirations.

Jetro Willems drew Newcastle level three minutes after they fell behind to Raheem Sterling’s opener 22 minutes into the game, and Kevin De Bruyne thought he had protected each of the three points for City with his 82nd-minute objective of-the-week contender.

Be that as it may, Shelvey had different plans, jumping on Christian Atsu’s ideal go from a freekick to verify a fundamental point for the Magpies.

The 27- year-old was splendid through and through in the center of the recreation center for Newcastle, intriguing club legend Alan Shearer.

The previous striker included Shelvey in his Premier League Team of the Week, and has now provoked him to continue placing in such moves reliably.

“Caused a lot of issues for Man City and created a staggering equalizer,” Shearer said.

“He needs to have a greater amount of these exhibitions.”

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The City game was his eighth association beginning of the crusade and he has now said something with three objectives.

It’s sheltered to state Shelvey has now settled himself in Steve Bruce’s XI, yet it is not yet clear on the off chance that he can be steady going ahead – a key issue he has reliably battled with.

Be that as it may, with the Longstaffs – Sean and Matty – continually breathing down his neck, the previous Swansea City man could be more than inspired than at any other time.

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