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Newcastle pulled off a memorable 2-0 victory against Chelsea at the weekend, in a match packed full of action.

Moussa Sissoko, following a Chelsea corner, managed to somehow clear the ball without even looking at it - his eyes seemingly fixed on Ivanovic the whole time - in a brilliant piece of improvised defending.

The 24-year-old executed a perfectly-timed jump and header clear, keeping his eyes fixed on the Blues defender.

Meanwhile, Newcastle walked out 2-0 winners after goals from Frenchmen Yoan Gouffran and Loic Remy sealed an impressive three points at St James' Park.

Gouffran headed a fine goal in the 68th minute after meeting Cabaye's free-kick and Remy claimed the win for the Magpies with a sweet accurate finish in the 89th minute following some great work from Vurnon Anita.

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