John O'Shea's own goal condemned Sunderland to a demoralising home defeat as Tottenham grabbed a second successive win
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Sunderland's derby day match-winner Fabio Borini insists he has not given up on his Liverpool career.
The on-loan Italian striker came off the bench to score the decisive goal in Sunday's 2-1 success over bitter rivals Newcastle - his first strike for the Black Cats.
That matches his Premier League tally for the Reds, where he spent an injury-disrupted first season having arrived in a £10m deal from Roma.
– Fabio Borini speaking to Rete sport
There has been a squad revolution there but the worst thing for me was getting injured when I was actually playing at the start of last season.
I remain a Liverpool player, I'm on loan because there wasn't space for me and after a year of injuries I needed to get my confidence back, to play some games.
But my roots are still there.
Despite one of his colleagues being punched by a Newcastle fan after last season's Tyne-Wear derby, this Police horse wasn't intimidated by the Toon army at Sunderland yesterday.
Sunderland boss Gus Poyet urged his players to use their derby victory over Newcastle as a platform from which to launch a drive for Premier League safety.
– Sunderland manager Gus Poyet
Look, I didn't like to see the table. When you are bottom, it's not nice. We are off the bottom - that's something; we beat the biggest rivals - that's even bigger.
Now we need to keep going. We need to start passing the ball better, we need to keep believing and we need to do different things.
This is what we needed so, from now on, there are no excuses because we needed a lift and there is no better lift than this one, so I am very happy for the players and absolutely delighted for the fans.
Tyne-Wear derby winner Fabio Borini has praised the impact of new manager Gus Poyet after Sunday's 2-1 victory over Newcastle.
– Sunderland forward Fabio Borini
Lots of the work we've done is because of him.
He came in and gave us the enjoyment we needed and obviously the football. So now it'll take a little bit of time to improve again, but that's a great first step.
We gave it everything today, it was obviously a special game, but we need to show that every game is as special to us as this game.
We won this game and hopefully we'll get a few wins now.
If we play like we played today with a little bit more calm on the ball we can really improve our game.