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Saturday, October 5, 2013
 Full Time
Cardiff City
Newcastle United
 0-1L. Remy  30'
 0-2L. Remy  38'
P. Odemwingie  58' 1-2 
HT: 0-2
Cardiff City Stadium (Attendance: 27,538)
Referee: Kevin Friend
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Cardiff City vs. Newcastle United
Minute Commentary
They don't care how they win games, as long as they win them at the moment Newcastle fans, and they secured three huge points in a nervy affair today. The first half was one that was completely dominated by the visitors as Loic Remy frightened the back line, with two wonderful finishes from similar ranges that gave the Magpies a 2-0 half time lead that they more than deserved. Nerves certainly played a part in the second 45 minutes, however, as the introduction of Jordan Mutch turned things on their head. The substitute played a pivotal role in the goal from Peter Odemwingie and set up Craig Bellamy for a chance late on that was well stopped by Tim Krul. Cardiff just couldn't find the second goal though, while Alan Pardew's men wasted two or three glorious opportunities to put the game to bed on the counter through Moussa Sissoko and Jonas Gutierrez in an open end to the match. Come the end of play, Newcastle sit tenth in the Premier League, while the hosts shouldn't be too downhearted after a valiant second half effort. It might have been a painful last half hour for the fans, but for the neutral it was an absolute treat.
Kevin Friend puts his whistle to his lips, and Newcastle fans are able to celebrate a much welcomed three points after hanging on at the Cardiff City Stadium.
One final punt forward for the hosts as Nicky Maynard launches the ball towards Craig Bellamy, but the Welshman loses possession. Surely that's that?
Two minutes remain and Bellamy and Theophile-Catherine try to link up on the edge of the area, but it is too elaborate and the visitors can once more clear their lines. Pardew's boys are crawling towards the finish line.
It is Cardiff's turn to scream for a penalty now, but this appeal is more ambitious as Steven Caulker desperately tries to fool the referee with a dive just inside the area under the attentions of Cheick Tiote. Four minutes of injury time for the Bluebirds to find an equaliser.
Newcastle waste some valuable seconds by making a substitution. One influential player leaves the pitch with another coming on as Hatem Ben Arfa is introduced to the fold, with Yohan Cabaye the man to be withdrawn.
Alan Pardew is furious on the touchine - he thinks his side should have a spot-kick. When a ball is drilled in from the left Papiss Cisse can't get a touch and it runs through to Andrew Taylor, coming off the defender's arm. Nothing doing though, and rightly so - Taylor knew nothing about that.
It's like watching tennis at the moment! From one end to the other at breathtaking speed as Cabaye is denied by a last ditch tackle by Medel before Jordan Mutch pulls the ball out of the skies from a long ball by Maynard, before trying to lift the ball over Krul. The keeper is wise to it though, and smothers the attempt.
Malky Mackay twists his pack for the last time this afteroon as he sends on Nicky Maynard, with goalscorer Peter Odemwingie the man to be replaced. Meanwhile, David Marshall makes another excellent stop to keep the hosts in contention.
This would be a sickener for Newcastle fans such was their dominance in the first half, and also taking into account the importance of this match. With over ten minutes remaining Cardiff are still more than capable of evening the scores here, but at the same time Newcastle look lethal on the break. You just can't call it.
Jordan Mutch is dictating everything that the hosts do in this second half. The substitute goes on a rampaging run and has the presence of mind to pick out Craig Bellamy rather than go for goal himself. Bellamy's cut-back is stopped by the legs of the sliding Tim Krul and Newcastle fans can breathe again. This is cracking stuff at the Cardiff City Stadium.
The Magpies break forward and get a corner, which is headed towards goal by Debuchy. Gutierrez gets on the end of it five yards from goal and looks all odds on to score, but he heads the ball over the top. What an introduction that would have been! They might be second best at present, but Newcastle have had two great opportunities to finish this one off.
Newcastle's man of the moment Loic Remy comes off, with Jonas Gutierrez coming on in his place. The next 20 minutes can't go quickly enough for Alan Pardew as his team try to shut this game down. It is all Cardiff at the moment.
A change for the hosts here as they look to level matters. Craig Bellamy is on for Frazier Campbell. Can the local boy become a local hero?
Serious pace on the break here from the Magpies as they nearly restore their two goal lead. Loic Remy runs half the length of the field before teeing up Moussa Sissoko, but the midfielder's dink is well saved by Marshall. Great tempo to this match at the moment.
That would have been incredible from Cardiff's point of view if Frazier Campbell's cross-cum-shot was better! The striker drives the ball across goal from the angle, but Gunnarsson and Odemwingie can't get on the end of it to prod into an empty net. This is the Premier League at its finest!
Things have got very interesting here, and we are in for one hell of a last half an hour at the Cardiff City Stadium! Aron Gunnarsson escapes down the left and finds Jordan Mutch in a central position. The super-sub dinks a delicate flick into Peter Whittingham who pulls it back for Peter Odemwingie to finish, depsite a desperate effort from Williamson to clear the ball off the line.
Peter Odemwingie gets Cardiff right back into this game! Newcastle's two-goal lead is halved with over 30 minutes to play!
Anyone who watched the game will know how big a part Yohan Cabaye played in the Magpies' much improved second half at Goodison, and he is having the same calming effect today. He is recycling possession nicely, and Gary Medel is struggling to get to grips with him.
Something for the home fans to cling on to here as their team have a sustained spell of possession in dangerous areas on the pitch. They can't create a clear-cut chance, but they are getting stuck in and look far more lively so far in this second half. If they can get a goal soon, Newcastle nerves will definitely present themselves you feel.
Jordan Mutch is making the desired impact for Malky Mackay so far. He picks the ball up in a deep position, pirouettes and releases Campbell with a clever reverse ball. Cardiff eventually force a corner from that attack, but when the substitute gets his head on it, his effort wasn't Mutch good. That is the last pun I will use today I promise.
Yohan Cabaye takes a dig from range, but David Marshall always had that covered, saving it on the stretch. It was a clean strike from the midfielder off a difficult ball though, and confidence is flowing through the visitors at present.
Can Jordan Mutch make the difference then? It will take some comeback from the Bluebirds if he is to score the winner again, but you never know. 2-0 is a dnagerous scoreline and the next goal is crucial. Two cliches for you to absorb there.
Cardiff get the second period underway as they look for a route back into this match. They have made a change as well, sending last weekend's hero Jordan Mutch on for Kim.
A lot has been made, by me in particular, about Cardiff's home form and Newcastle's woes coming into this game, but so far it has been easy as a Sunday morning for the Magpies. They have been dominant from the off, and a Frazier Campbell chance aside, they have restricted their opponents to precious little. The North-East side got their reward just after the half hour when Loic Remy sprinted towards goal and beat David Marshall at his near post after the keeper had denied him superbly just minutes beforehand. Shortly afterwards the in form forward was at it again, lasering a low finish into the bottom corner with the upmost composure after Marshall had saved Cisse's effort. Ben Turner wasn't too far away from getting the Bluebirds back into proceedings from a free-kick, but Yohan Cabaye will feel aggrieved that his phenomonal set piece from range cannoned back off the post instead of rippling the back of the net. Still, the visitors take a deserved two-goal lead into the break, and it looks unlikely that Malky Mackay's men are going to get back into this one. Join us back here in a couple of minutes to see if I am proven wrong though.
After a minute of pressure on the edge of the Newcastle penalty area, the visitors see the remainder of the half out comfortably, and they lead 2-0 at half time.
There will be two minutes to be added on at the end of this first period, where it looks like Newcastle will take a merited two-goal lead into the interval.
Yohan Cabaye is standing over a free-kick from a deep position and you're thinking he is going to put the ball in the mixer. The Frenchman doesn't do mainstream though, and he strikes a fierce drive towards goal, completely outfoxing David Marshall but coming back off the base of the post. So unlucky for the Magpies, who could have finished the game right there.
Cardiff force a decent chance to get themselves back in contention as Peter Whittingham floats in a wonderful free kick that nearly finds Ben Turner in the six-yard box. The defender ran a tad too early though, and is forced to try an audacious backheel which doesn't come off.
Just as it looked like the Bluebirds were getting back into the game, it might have been put beyond their reach by that man Loic Remy. Papiss Cisse has the initial shot from the angle, but it is parried out by Marshall. The ball falls for the French striker, who still has a lot to do, but does it with consummate ease, guiding the ball into the bottom corner from 18 yards out. Cool as you like, and it is Cardiff 0-2 Loic Remy at the moment.
Loic Remy doubles Newcastle's money! 2-0 to the visitors!
The fans who made the trip down from Newcastle are vociferously getting behind their team here - they know how important three points would be today, and they at last have something to cheer about after a gloomy week.
He has been threatening all afternoon, and Loic Remy gets the goal he and his team deserve. The Frenchman picks the ball up in a deep position, but is allowed to run towards goal. He cuts inside past Theophile-Catherine and rifles the ball into the near bottom corner. David Marshall is beaten and Loic Remy's fine run of form continues.
Loic Remy gives Newcastle a deserved lead at the Cardiff City Stadium!
More good football from the Magpies as Yoan Gouffran escapes down the left. His pull-back is met by Cisse, but Steven Caulker comes across to block his shot at goal.
This is good stuff from the visitors as Mathieu Debuchy and Yohan Cabaye link up well down the right-hand side of the area. The ball is played back for Remy, but it just won't sit down enough, and the effort is tame. All Alan Pardew's side are missing so far is a goal.
Anyone that watches football will be more than aware of the fact that Cheick Tiote doesn't hold back in the tackle. The Ivorian midfielder doesn't hold back here either with an overzealous challenge on Kim in the middle of the park. There was no malice, though, and Kevin Friend keeps his cards in his pocket.
That is a save out the very top drawer from David Marshall! Moussa Sissoko controls the ball brilliantly on the edge of the box and lashes a first-time volley towards the top corner. It looks for all the world as though it is going in, but the Cardiff stopper makes a flying save to deny the Magpies again.
The best chance of the game so far falls for Loic Remy after the ball is ushered towards him by Mike Williamson. The Frenchman is offside, but the flag doesn't go up and Marshall is forced to make an outstanding save at point blank range. Cisse follows up, but his volley is blocked. Malky Mackay's men survive.
Aron Gunnarsson is back in the thick of things now, and he will be fine to continue. It is a much more even affair now, and Cardiff look to have sussed out the long diagonal ball tactic their opponents were using so well in the opening stages.
For the first time this afternoon the Bluebirds string a couple of passes together on the edge of the Newcastle area. Nothing comes of it, but the pressure is relieved for a moment or two at least, and Newcastle's momentum has been broken. There will be a break in play as well, as Aron Gunnarsson has gone down after a clash with Mike Williamson.
Some quick, intricate passes between Sissoko, Remy and Cisse set up the latter for a shot at goal, but after cutting inside the forward couldn't find the target, sending his effort wide of the far post. The hosts need to get on the ball here.
The phrase "cool as a cucumber" clearly doesn't apply to Vincent Tan - the Cardiff owner has his hands clasped in the stands, perhaps looking for some divine intervention. We're only nine minutes in and the nerves are already jangling in Wales! The Magpies have been the better team so far though.
Newcastle again go long with a precise diagonal ball over the top from Davide Santon. Papiss Cisse reaches it, but his control lets him down and Ben Turner can see it out for a goal kick. If Cisse's touch was sharper there, we could have had the first goal of the afternoon.
Newcastle look like they are still apprehensive after their horror opening 45 minutes at Goodison Park on Monday night. A chipped through ball from Whittingham should be collected by Tim Krul, but the Dutch goalkeeper somehow relinquishes control of it, and Frazier Campbell is in. The striker loses his balance, though, and the danger disappears.
Direct football from the visitors early on here as Coloccini sprays a long ball forward down the middle. Papiss Cisse nearly gets on the end of it, but David Marshall is quick off his line. He will be eager for a goal today, the man from Senegal.
We're underway at the Cardiff City Stadium - Newcastle, kicking from right to left, get us started.
Cardiff: Marshall, Theophile-Catherine, Caulker, Turner, Taylor, Odemwingie, Gunnarsson, Kim, Medel, Whittingham, Campbell. Subs: Hudson, Noone, Mutch, Cowie, Maynard, Lewis, Bellamy. Newcastle: Krul, Debuchy, Williamson, Coloccini, Santon, Cabaye, Tiote, Sissoko, Gouffran, Cisse, Remy. Subs: Anita, Ben Arfa, Yanga-Mbiwa, Gutierrez, Elliot, Sammy Ameobi, Dummett.
Summer signing Andreas Cornelius is still short of match fitness ahead of this fixture following a foot injury, but aside from that there are no fresh injury concerns for the hosts. Frazier Campbell and Peter Odemwingie look probable to start for the Bluebirds, while manager Malky Mackay will have to decide whether to start Jordan Mutch, who was Cardiff's hero last weekend with a sensational injury time winner against Fulham. For Newcastle, Yohan Cabaye is expected to start after his influential performance against Everton on Monday, and Shola Ameobi is again available after recovering from a bout of flu. Defenders Steven Taylor and Jonas Gutierrez could be back in the fold, meanwhile, as both have come back from hamstring concerns.
Today's referee will be Kevin Friend, as the man from Leicestershire officiates his fourth game of the season. In his previous matches, the 42-year-old has not yet sent anyone off, but has brandished 16 bookings, meaning he has a round average of four yellow cards per game so far in the campaign. His assistants will be Darren Cann and Harry Lennard. Friend actually was the man in the middle the last time these two sides met in England's top division, as Newcastle triumphed 5-1 at St James' Park in 2010. What price would Magpies fans pay for an identical result this afternoon?
While confidence is sky high at Cardiff, the exact opposite can be said for Newcastle in recent months. It seems like an awfully long time ago that they finished fifth in the division, nearly placing in the Champions League positions, as they were embroiled in a relegation battle last season, and have started this campaign in similarly frustrating fashion. They have shown flashes of the talent they have at their disposal so far, with the likes of Hatem Ben Arfa and Yohan Cabaye impressing at times, but consistency has been hard to find for the Magpies. They were in charge a fortnight ago, but conspired to lose at home against Hull from a winning position, while a brilliant second half display at Goodison Park couldn't paper over the cracks that their dismal showing in the first 45 minutes created, as they again lost in a five-goal affair. Doctors orders for the under fire Alan Pardew and his struggling team? A win – and the sooner they get it the better.
An interesting little fact ahead of this match is that Cardiff manager Malky Mackay apparently turned down the position of becoming Alan Pardew's number two at St James' Park a couple of years ago. They say hindsight is a wonderful thing, and looking at the bigger picture as we can now, it is clear that the Scottish manager made the right decision. Instead of being the assistant manager of a side who sit perilously close to the relegation zone, he is now in charge of a team that lies in eleventh in England's top division, while earning a plethora of plaudits at the same time. It is clear why there is an abundance of optimism at Cardiff – they have lost just three of their last 26 home games, and last week collected their first three points on the road in the Premier League since 1961. Confidence is high in South Wales – and rightly so.
Statistics suggest that an away victory should be expected this afternoon at the Cardiff City Stadium, as Newcastle have been victorious against today's opponents in their last six clashes in all competitions. However, there won't be too many football fans putting their hard earned cash on a Magpies win in this fixture given the slow start to the season Alan Pardew's side have made. When you combine that with the fact that Cardiff have beaten Manchester City at home and held Everton to a draw in South Wales in the Premier League, it is easy to see why the visiting fans might not be in confident mood ahead of this one. Only one point separates these two teams, but the hosts are coming off the back of a late win at Fulham, while Newcastle are nursing their wounds after two successive 3-2 losses to Hull and Everton respectively. A win for Malky Mackay and his men will add to the feel-good factor, while three points for the North-East side would make Pardew feel a little safer about his job. Join us here at 15:00 for live text commentary of this one.
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Team Stats
Cardiff City Newcastle United
1 Goals 2
1 Assists 1
8 Shots 20
2 Shots on Goal 10
8 Saves 1
0 Penalties Scored 0
0 Penalty Kicks 0
18 Crosses 11
3 Corner Kicks 3
1 Offside 1
11 Fouls Committed 8
1 Cautions/Yellow Cards 0
0 Red Cards 0
54% Ball Possession 46%
Cardiff City
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1David Marshall 90 - 0 0 2 8
3Andrew Taylor 90 0 0 0 - -
4Steven Caulker 90 0 0 0 - -
6Ben Turner 90 0 0 0 - -
7Peter Whittingham 90 0 0 0 - -
8Gary Medel 90 0 0 0 - -
10Fraizer Campbell 66 0 0 0 - -
11Peter Odemwingie 81 1 0 0 - -
13Bo-Kyung Kim 45 0 0 0 - -
17Aron Gunnarsson 90 0 1 0 - -
28Kevin Theophile Catherine 90 0 0 0 - -
18Jordon Mutch 45 0 0 0 - -
23Nicky Maynard 9 0 0 0 - -
39Craig Bellamy 24 0 0 0 - -

Newcastle United
No. Player MinP G YC RC GA Svs
1Tim Krul 90 - 0 0 1 1
2Fabricio Coloccini 90 0 0 0 - -
3Davide Santon 90 0 0 0 - -
4Yohan Cabaye 86 0 0 0 - -
6Mike Williamson 90 0 0 0 - -
7Moussa Sissoko 90 0 0 0 - -
9Papiss Cisse 90 0 0 0 - -
11Yoan Gouffran 90 0 0 0 - -
14Loïc Remy 71 2 0 0 - -
24Cheick Tiote 90 0 0 0 - -
26Mathieu Debuchy 90 0 0 0 - -
10Hatem Ben Arfa 4 0 0 0 - -
18Jonás Gutiérrez 19 0 0 0 - -
Cardiff City vs. Newcastle United
Minute Event
90' Game Over  Cardiff City 1-2 Newcastle United
90' Half Over  Cardiff City 1-2 Newcastle United
90' Shot  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
90' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
90' Foul  Theophile Catherine fouled by Hatem Ben Arfa (Newcastle United)
90' Foul  Tiote fouled by Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff City)
90' Yellow Card  Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff City)
90' Foul  Ben Arfa fouled by Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff City)
90' Cross  Nicky Maynard (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
89' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
89' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
88' Cross  Craig Bellamy (Cardiff City) - Overhit
88' Throw-In  Craig Bellamy (Cardiff City)
86' Foul  Santon fouled by Nicky Maynard (Cardiff City)
86' Substitution  Hatem Ben Arfa (on). Cabaye (off). (Newcastle United)
85' Cross  Nicky Maynard (Cardiff City) - Clearance In Play
84' Cross  Davide Santon (Newcastle United) - Clearance In Play
83' Shot on Goal  Jordon Mutch (Cardiff City)
83' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
82' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Completed Pass
82' Throw-In  Nicky Maynard (Cardiff City)
81' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
81' Substitution  Nicky Maynard (on). Odemwingie (off). (Cardiff City)
81' Cross  Jonás Gutiérrez (Newcastle United) - Directly Out
80' Shot on Goal  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
80' Cross  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City) - Completed Pass
78' Foul  Tiote fouled by Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City)
78' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
78' Cross  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City) - Directly Out
75' Cross  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City) - Defended by Keeper
75' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
74' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United) - Defended by Keeper
73' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
73' Shot  Jonás Gutiérrez (Newcastle United)
73' Cross  Mike Williamson (Newcastle United) - Off Target
73' Corner Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United) - Crossed In
72' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
72' Cross  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
72' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
71' Substitution  Jonás Gutiérrez (on). Remy (off). (Newcastle United)
70' Foul  Gunnarsson fouled by Cheick Tiote (Newcastle United)
69' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
69' Cross  Jordon Mutch (Cardiff City) - Overhit
68' Cross  Peter Odemwingie (Cardiff City) - Clearance In Play
67' Shot  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
67' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United) - Headed Out - In Play
67' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United)
66' Substitution  Craig Bellamy (on). Campbell (off). (Cardiff City)
66' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
65' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Completed Pass
65' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
64' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
64' Shot on Goal  Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United)
63' Corner Kick  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
62' Foul  Gunnarsson fouled by Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
62' Foul  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
61' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
61' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
60' Shot  Fraizer Campbell (Cardiff City)
60' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
58' Goal  Peter Odemwingie (Cardiff City). Assist by Mutch
58' Shot on Goal  Peter Odemwingie (Cardiff City)
57' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
57' Cross  Yoan Gouffran (Newcastle United) - Directly Out
55' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United)
55' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
54' Shot  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City)
54' Cross  Jordon Mutch (Cardiff City) - Off Target
53' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
52' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
52' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
52' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United)
51' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
51' Shot  Jordon Mutch (Cardiff City)
51' Corner Kick  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Off Target
51' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Defended
50' Offside  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
50' Shot  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
49' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
49' Offside  Peter Odemwingie (Cardiff City)
48' Cross  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United) - Defended by Keeper
48' Free Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
48' Foul  Cabaye fouled by Gary Medel (Cardiff City)
48' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
47' Shot on Goal  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
47' Corner Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United) - Headed Out - In Play
46' Start Half 
46' Substitution  Jordon Mutch (on). Kim (off). (Cardiff City)
45' Half Over  Cardiff City 0-2 Newcastle United
45' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
45' Foul  Cabaye fouled by Gary Medel (Cardiff City)
43' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
43' Shot  Cheick Tiote (Newcastle United)
43' Shot  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
43' Free Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
42' Foul  Debuchy fouled by Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City)
42' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
41' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Overhit
41' Free Kick  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City)
41' Foul  Whittingham fouled by Yoan Gouffran (Newcastle United)
40' Foul  Medel fouled by Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
39' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
38' Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
38' Shot on Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
38' Shot on Goal  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
38' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
36' Foul  Cabaye fouled by Gary Medel (Cardiff City)
36' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
36' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
35' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
34' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
34' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
34' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
33' Shot on Goal  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
30' Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United). Assist by Sissoko
30' Shot on Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
30' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
29' Shot  Bo-Kyung Kim (Cardiff City)
29' Throw-In  Andrew Taylor (Cardiff City)
28' Shot  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
28' Goal Kick  Tim Krul (Newcastle United)
28' Shot  Gary Medel (Cardiff City)
28' Cross  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
27' Shot on Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
27' Shot  Yoan Gouffran (Newcastle United)
26' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
26' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
25' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
25' Corner Kick  Peter Whittingham (Cardiff City) - Defended by Keeper
25' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
24' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
23' Foul  Gunnarsson fouled by Cheick Tiote (Newcastle United)
23' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
22' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
22' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
20' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
20' Cross  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United) - Headed Out - Out of Play
20' Free Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United)
19' Foul  Tiote fouled by Peter Odemwingie (Cardiff City)
19' Corner Kick  Yohan Cabaye (Newcastle United) - Intercepted
18' Shot on Goal  Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United)
18' Shot  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
18' Shot on Goal  Loïc Remy (Newcastle United)
17' Foul  Remy fouled by Aron Gunnarsson (Cardiff City)
17' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United)
15' Cross  Bo-Kyung Kim (Cardiff City) - Headed Out - In Play
14' Cross  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City) - Defended
14' Throw-In  Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
13' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
13' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
12' Shot  Yoan Gouffran (Newcastle United)
11' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
11' Shot  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United)
10' Cross  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United) - Defended
9' Foul  Odemwingie fouled by Moussa Sissoko (Newcastle United)
8' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
7' Foul  Odemwingie fouled by Davide Santon (Newcastle United)
7' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
6' Goal Kick  David Marshall (Cardiff City)
5' Cross  Davide Santon (Newcastle United) - Completed Pass
5' Throw-In  Mathieu Debuchy (Newcastle United)
4' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
4' Throw-In  Kevin Theophile Catherine (Cardiff City)
3' Cross  Papiss Cisse (Newcastle United) - Clearance In Play
1' Start Half 
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