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Summary

  1. Sub Sanchez struck winner with late header
  2. Man Utd had gone four matches without a win
  3. Newcastle remain without a win all season
  4. Magpies had led 2-0 at the break - increasing pressure on Mourinho

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By Tom Rostance and Matt Bullin

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye

    There's no more football for you to consume tonight, but there is some boxing and UFC.

    You can follow Nicola Adams v Isabel Millan here.

    And stay tuned for live text coverage of Conor McGregor's fight with Khabib Nurmagomedov later today - here's everything you need to know about that one.

    But until the Premier League returns tomorrow - that's all from us!

  2. Sunday's football

    And it only gets better tomorrow, as Fulham take on Arsenal in the early kick-off, Chelsea travel to Southampton, and Liverpool host Manchester City.

    See what Pep Guardiola's said about his side's travel arrangements here.

    And take a look at who made our combined Liverpool-Manchester City XI here.

  3. What else happened today?

    In case you forgot, 10 other Premier League sides were in action earlier today...

    There were wins for Tottenham, Bournemouth, Everton and Wolves - read all about those games and more in our round-up.

  4. Get Involved

    #bbcfootball

    Joyce: I don't know why Jose is getting all the blame. The players with their big salaries and big heads have a lot to answer for

    Colin: We should have had a penalty at 2-0 and the it would have been game over. Not even a corner, what was the referee watching? Shocking

    Mike: As a 60 years plus (ie lifelong) Manchester United fan, I have to say that as things stand, and read into it what you will, United and Jose Mourinho deserve each other.

  5. The game of the season?

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United's comeback win in today's late kick-off will surely go down as one of the games of the season, recap it with a read of Mike Henson's match report.

    And if you missed any of Jose Mourinho's post-match comments, read our round-up here.

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    SMS Message: Didn't Jose Mourinho see 'manhunting' with Arsene Wenger? Wenger didn't ever turn on his players did he. Not once. He's bullying these young men, humiliating them. from Ryanne, Brighton
    Ryanne, Brighton
  7. 'We're disappointed'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    More from Matt Ritchie on PLP: "We gave ourselves a chance and we're disappointed not to have carried it [the performance] out for 90 minutes.

    "We did really well in the first half and could have scored one or two more and there are some positives we need to take from that.

    "Us as players are the only people who can get us out of this. We showed today that we have got some threat, certainly in the first half."

  8. Fellaini changed the game

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Newcastle United

    Newcastle midfielder Matt Ritchie points to Marouane Fellaini's introduction as a turning point in the match.

    Ritchie told PLP: "When they brought [Marouane] Fellaini on, it made it hard to put pressure on the ball, we were pegged in and couldn't get out."

  9. Where is the Manchester United identity?

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Speaking to BT Sport, former Manchester United and England defender Rio Ferdinand said: "Where is the Manchester United identity?

    "Man City play with width and Liverpool attack through their front three, and these are the sides United are trying to catch.

    "If things do not go well for Man United, they bring Marouane Fellaini on and lump it up to him. I don't see the ball going into Paul Pogba and that being a trigger for players to move off."

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    Achyut Kulkarni: Irrespective of the situation United are in right now, change of manager is not the answer. These guys are champions and need time to re-group. Still enough time to turn things around but challenging for trophies will be incredibly difficult.

  11. 'Jose seemed positive'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United

    More from Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku on PLP: "Today we won, now we have two games after this international break and we can hopefully build.

    "[Jose Mourinho] seemed quite positive [after the game] but didn't say too much. [You] don't always need to point at manager, he gives us the plan if we don't do it we are in trouble."

  12. 'We showed quality'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United

    Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku speaking to PLP: "I'm happy but we put so much pressure on ourselves for no reason.

    "At the end of the day we won the game, we showed quality in the second half that we lacked in the first half.

    "Every time Newcastle had chances they could have scored. It was a bit difficult but in the second half we told ourselves to believe in ourselves.

    "We have to perform much better. I don't know what media say because I haven't read the papers since the World Cup."

  13. Post update

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku has also been speaking after the match, he admitted "we have to perform better".

    More to come.

  14. 'The victory is for the fans and the players'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United

    More from Jose Mourinho's post-match news conference: "I am really grateful for that and my happiness about the victory is not for myself it is for the fans and the players. The fans can go home with a feeling of victory."

  15. 'It is not about me - it is about the football club they love'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Manchester United

    During the post-match news conference, Jose Mourinho said: "I’m happy for the fans and for the players."

    On the Manchester United fans: "I’m amazed by that response. I don’t want that, and if I could tell them to not do it I would, because it is not about me it is about the football club they love and the football club we represent with honour and dignity.

    "At half time we were losing 2-0 and the fans were magnificent to the team and that is fantastic. In my football memories, I remember when I beat Liverpool at Anfield 4-0 and I was amazed that the stadium was singing their song, but now I am in a situation where I’m losing 2-0 at home in a match everyone knows is important for us to win, and they were amazing."

  16. Post update

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Jose Mourinho has given Manchester United's fans a lot of praise in recent weeks and he's described them as "magnificent" once again in his post-match news conference.

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    Gambino: Jose showed his class today! I think he’s staying.

  18. 'It papers over the cracks'

    Man Utd 3-2 Newcastle

    Former Tottenham midfielder Jermaine Jenas on BT Sport: "It's a result that could paper over the cracks for United. They need to enjoy it now, and it was a great win, the substitutions came off, but they need to keep going because they've got a really tough run coming up."