Just hit the home page – https://safc.blog – and navigate the site to milk the occasion for all it’s worth.
Here’s how I started my report for ESPN:
In a week when Sunderland coach Gus Poyet bemoaned a lack of quality in his squad, Adam Johnson provided the perfect response with a winner in the Tyne-Wear derby that oozed determination, pace and skill.
The Wearsiders’ fourth victory in a row over their bitter North-eastern rivals, 1-0, and their third successive win at St James’s Park, was secured with a masterpiece of counter-attacking flair.
You can see it in full here: http://www.espnfc.com/club/sunderland/366/blog/post/2210456/attack-thrusts-sunderland-to-spirited-victory-in-derby
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1 thought on “Newcastle beaten by Adam Johnson’s masterpiece of breakaway play”
When I heard that the excellent Revellier had done himself a mischief in the warm up I feared the worst . As Coates came in at short notice to a rejigged defence it took us about 15 minutes to adjust as Newcastle carved out a few chances . After that we grew in confidence and were the better team and as the blogg says should have being at least three up . The mags had a few chances , notably Taylor heading against the post , but we contained them . Thought we were running out of legs in the last ten minutes untill Johnson does what he does and justice was served . Total score from the last four derbys ? 9-1 .
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