Yohan Cabaye’s second half goal breaks 41 years of history

FRENCH midfielder Yohan Cabaye's second half goal earned Newcastle its first win at Old Trafford in 41 years and piled on the pressure for Manchester United's under-fire manager David Moyes yesterday.

The 1-0 loss condemned the defending champion to back-to-back home defeats for the first since May 2002. It means the Red Devils will find themselves 15 points behind league leader Arsenal if the Gunners prevailed against Everton overnight.

Liverpool climbed to second after Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez scored his fifth goal in two games as the Reds thumped West Ham 4-1 in a game that included three own goals, with two from the hapless Hammers.

Third-placed Chelsea suffered a shock 3-2 loss at Stoke, while Manchester City slipped to fourth after being held 1-1 at Southampton.

Norwich City won 2-0 at West Brom, Crystal Palace beat Cardiff 2-0, while Spurs triumphed 2-1 at bottom-of-the-ladder Sunderland.


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