Swansea put in another impressive shift as the referee's whistle brings an end to a miserable afternoon for Newcastle.
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There will be four minutes of added time at the Liberty Stadium - that's four minutes too long for Newcastle.
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Aleksandar Mitrovic gets a talking to from the referee Mike Jones but, to be fair to the striker, he has shown more fire in his brief cameo than most of his team-mates did in the whole match.
Aleksandar Mitrovic was booked within minutes of coming on against Southampton last week and he's back in the book again here shortly after coming on. He clashes with Swans left-back Neil Taylor before going into the book of referee Mike Jones.
Here's a picture of Swansea's control...
Some relief for Newcastle as Swansea boss Garry Monk decides to bring the menacing Jefferson Montero off. The winger gets an even bigger ovation than Andre Ayew as he goes off and Wayne Routledge comes on.
I can't imagine the Newcastle players or fans are having too much fun at the Liberty Stadium. If there's a team you do not want to be down to 10 men against, then Swansea would be right up there.
It's now a damage limitation exercise for the visitors.
Andre Ayew gets a standing ovation from the home fans as he comes off and is replaced by Nathan Dyer.
Swansea, as you would now expect, are controlling the game and possession as they knock it round with Newcastle firmly on the back foot.
Swansea midfielder Andre Ayew goes close when he is again picked out by Jefferson Montero but this time the Ghana international heads wide.
Here's Andre Ayew's goal in graphic form:
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I never got to see Stanley Matthews play, but this guy Jefferson Montero has got full-backs on toast.
Swansea winger Jefferson Montero - yes, him again - is the provider as the Ecuadorian crosses for Andre Ayew to head in his second goal of the season. I'm not sure there's any way back for Newcastle from this judging on events so far.
Swansea are denied by the woodwork for a second time. Gylfi Sigurdsson curls a left-foot shot at Newcastle's goal and his effort comes off the underside of the crossbar before bouncing away.
The second half has started. Ten-man Newcastle bring on defender Steven Taylor for midfielder Moussa Sissoko, who was injured at the end of the first half.
Here's a look at influential Swansea winger Jefferson Montero's touchmap...
To say it's been Swansea's half would be an understatement. Bafetimbi Gomis put them ahead before Newcastle had Daryl Janmaat sent off for persistently fouling Jefferson Montero, who hit the post with a shot.
Jefferson Montero almost makes Swansea's extra man count straight away when he cuts in from the left flank and unleashes a low shot which comes back off the post.
This has been coming. Newcastle right-back Daryl Janmaat loses possession to Jefferson Montero and pulls the winger back to foul the Swansea player for a fourth time in the game. Referee Mike Jones gives Janmaat a second yellow and bring an early end to the Magpies defender's afternoon.
Newcastle offer a rare threat going forward. Gabriel Obertan runs on to a pass to the inside right of the box and sends in a low cross for striker Papiss Cisse. Swansea defender Federico Fernandez intercepts but gets caught by Cisse in the process.
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This lad Jefferson Montero is having a storming start to the season. The Swansea left winger skips past the challenge of Daryl Janmaat and gets to the byline before his cut back is intercepted by Magpies midfielder Jack Colback.
Here's how the match is going in graphic form...
Newcastle right-back Daryl Janmaat needs to be careful. He is already on a yellow card and fouls Swansea winger Jefferson Montero for the third time in the game so far.
BBC Sport's Dafydd Pritchard at the Liberty Stadium: "There are high hopes for Swansea midfielder Jonjo Shelvey this season, with some tipping the former Liverpool man to add to his solitary England cap sometime soon. Shelvey impressed in the opening 2-2 draw at Chelsea, and he has controlled the opening 20 minutes against Newcastle.
"It was his delightful through ball which set Bafetimbi Gomis on his way for Swansea's goal, and his crisp passing has allowed Swansea to dictate the pace of this game. The one negative? Shelvey is one of eight players sporting garish lime green boots."
Newcastle appeared to have a decent claim for Swansea striker Bafetimbi Gomis's goal being offside but replays show that Daryl Janmaat was playing him onside - just.
Newcastle defender Daryl Janmaat clatters into Jefferson Montero again and becomes the first player in referee Mike Jones's book as he gets a yellow card.
Newcastle have their first effort in anger. Gabriel Oberton powers in a low shot which Swansea keeper Lukasz Fabianski pushes round the post for a corner.
Just to emphasise Swansea's passing play, here's the move that led to their goal...
Swansea's goal has been coming but Newcastle will feel it was offside. Jonjo Shelvey slides a pass through to Gomis and, after there is no flag from the assistant referee, Gomis rounds the keeper and slots in a shot.
Just in case you're wondering what Newcastle's away kit looks like...
The home side have started strongly and Newcastle had to have their defensive wits about them to clear a corner from which Swansea were building up some pressure.
Jefferson Montero's pace and trickery caused Chelsea all sorts of problems last week and Newcastle defender Daryl Janmaat fouls the Swansea winger to let him know he's there so to speak.
Seats taken eyes and glued to the pitch, we are under way at the Liberty Stadium.
James Beattie, Swansea forwards coach on Football Focus earlier on: "There are very good players here. Last week's 2-2 draw at Chelsea was a culmination of a lot of things - hard work in training Stamford Bridge and a good strategy.
"As manager Garry Monk was growing up and progressing as a player he was always a student of the game. The way he's taken the management opportunity is second to none."