Newcastle kept their unbeaten Europa League record following their match against Club Brugge. The Belgians scored twice in the first eighteen minutes. But with half time close, Vernon Anita scored his first goal for Newcastle bringing renewed hope for the fans.
And just three minutes later Sammy Ameobi passed the ball to his older brother Shola, who equalised, bringing the score to 2 all. That's the way it stayed, keeping the Magpies at the top of Group D.
Newcastle United are away to Club Brugge in the UEFA Europa League tonight.
The Magpies beat the Belgian side 1-0 when the teams met at St James' Park last month, with winger Gabriel Obertan netting the winning goal.
Watch that goal below:
There's been bad news for Newcastle United fans planning to follow their team in Europe.
The Magpies have been allocated less than 15 hundred tickets for the game against Club Bruges in November.
Newcastle have expressed their disappointment as they were aware that thousands of supporters were planning to travel to Belgium for the match.