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Newcastle snatched a late equaliser to earn a 3-3 draw against Manchester United in an entertaining clash at St James' Park.
The visitors went ahead on nine minutes through a Wayne Rooney penalty following a controversial handball decision against Chancel Mbemba.
Manchester United doubled their lead when winger Jesse Lingard, recalled to the starting XI, converted following a swift counter-attack.
Newcastle reduced the deficit just before half-time as Georginio Wijnaldum swept in a volley following Aleksandar Mitrovic's knockdown. And they equalised with a penalty from Mitrovic when referee Mike Dean ruled Chris Smalling had pulled back the Serbian forward.
Manchester United made it 3-2 when England captain Rooney cracked in a fine strike after Memphis Depay's shot was blocked.
Just when time seemed to be running out, Newcastle snatched a dramatic draw through defender Paul Dummett in the 90th minute.
After the match Newcastle boss Steve McClaren said, "you don't realise what a monumental effort that is, to come back from 2-0 and 3-2, and to perform as we did":
Newcastle United remain in the bottom three, a point adrift of Swansea City.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was 'happy' after Middlesbrough's Capital One Cup win over Manchester United, according to Boro boss Aitor Karanka.
The Middlesbrough Head Coach, who worked as Mourinho's assistant at Real Madrid, said he spoke to the Chelsea boss after Wednesday's dramatic penalty shootout win at Old Trafford.
Middlesbrough are to face Everton at home in December.
The championship promotion-chasers triumphed on penalties following a goalless draw at Old Trafford .
Grant Leadbitter, Stewart Downing and Ben Gibson all managed to get the better of United goalkeeper Sergio Romero.
Boro goalkeeper Tomas Mejias saved from Rooney and Young as Boro advanced to the quarter-finals.
One Direction are among those celebrating Boro as they make it through to the quarter finals of the Capital One Cup.
Without doubt one of the best footballing nights of my life, this will live long in the memory ?? https://t.co/ypqQeMeI7R
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka says 'it's a pleasure' to face Manchester United manager Louis Van Gaal in tonight's Capital One Cup clash at Old Trafford.
Karanka has met Van Gaal before as a Real Madrid player when the Dutchman was in charge of Barcelona, but tonight will be the first time the Spaniard has gone head-to-head with Van Gaal as a manager.
Speaking ahead of the match, Karanka said he was looking forward to the match and described Van Gaal as 'one of the best managers in the world'.
Middlesbrough boss Aitor Karanka says the club's Capital One Cup tie against Manchester United is 'enjoyable for everyone but me'.
More than 10,000 Boro fans are expected to travel to Manchester for tomorrow night's Fourth Round clash at Old Trafford.
Speaking ahead of the match, Karanka said it's a good occasion for everyone except the manager because '90 minutes in Old Trafford can be really, really good or really, really bad'.
Tributes have been paid to a football fan who died after being hit by a car on his way to Old Trafford for Sunderland's away match in Manchester.
Arthur Eade, 68, from Sunderland, was walking towards the football stadium with his son and grandson to attend the game later that day.
As Mr Eade crossed Europa Way, near to Wharfside Way, there was a collision with a Nissan Qashqai. He was taken to hospital suffering with serious head injuries and died overnight.
The driver of the car stopped at the scene and is helping police with their enquiries, Greater Manchester Police have said.
His family have said Mr Eade lived in Sunderland and was a passionate Manchester United fan.
Arthur was born and brought up in Sunderland where he had recently retired from his lifelong career as an HGV driver which took him all over the country.
Arthur had travelled down to Manchester with his son and grandson to watch the Manchester United versus Sunderland match as football was one of his passions and he was eagerly looking forward to the game.
Arthur was very much a family man and was a loving husband, father, grandfather, uncle, father in law, son in-law and brother-in-law.
His family also said that Mr Eade had a great sense of humour with a huge repertoire of jokes. They say he will be sorely missed by everyone who knew him.