Single Goal Defoe Win Sunderland in Tyne-Wear Derby

Single Goal Defoe Win Sunderland in Tyne-Wear Derby

Sunderland – Sunderland came out as the winner of the Tyne-Wear derby volume two of this season. The Black Cats successfully beat his neighbor, Newcastle United, with the score 1-0 with a single goal Jermain Defoe.

Entertaining Newcastle at the Stadium of Light on Sunday (04/05/2015), Sunderland win thanks to goals from Defoe in the first half injury time. Goals are created through a process that is beautiful.

Free kick goal keeper Costel Pantilimon in the Sunderland defense. The ball bounced far to near Newcastle penalty box was headed by Steven Fletcher. The skin round leads to Defoe, who mindlessly snatched the left foot volley. Defoe shot the ball pierced the top corner without being able to reach Tim Krul.

In the second half, Sunderland almost doubled its superiority. But Sebastian Larsson’s free-kick is still thin.

Newcastle had a chance to score the equalizing goal, among others, through Remy Cabella and Ayoze Perez. However, the two players attempt was fruitless.

With this victory, Sunderland climbed to 15th place in the Premier League standings. Dick Advocaat’s team made 29 points from 31 parties. Meanwhile, Newcastle are two levels above them with 35 points.

Sunderland: Pantilimon; Jones, Vergini, O’Shea, Van Aanholt; Larsson, Cattermole, Gomez; Fletcher, Defoe (Johnson 80 ‘), Wickham

Newcastle United: Krul; Taylor, Janmaat, Williamson, Colback; Gutierrez, Sissoko; Gouffran (Riviere 58 ‘), Cabella, Ameobi (Armstrong 87’); Perez