Trippier pointed out how far New York has come

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Newcastle striker Kieran Trippier believes the 3-3 draw with Manchester City is proof of how well Newcastle have developed.

From a team that had to escape relegation last season. Newcastle are currently ranked sixth in the table. Playing 3 games, winning 1 and drawing 2.

However, Miguel Almiron levelled up with a goal awarded after a VAR check and Callum Wilson had Newcastle – themselves still unbeaten – in front prior to half-time.

Kieran Trippier’s stunning free-kick put Newcastle further ahead. But Haaland pulled one back and Silva equalised soon after to ensure the points were shared. According to UFABET

Newcastle had kept back-to-back clean sheets but were caught cold early on, with Gundogan left in plenty of space to control Silva’s clipped pass and fire home.

Kevin De Bruyne was twice denied by Nick Pope, though Newcastle levelled up when Almiron met Saint-Maximin’s cross with his thigh and bundled past Ederson.

The latest result is a home draw with the reigning champions. “Blue Sailing” which Newcastle have a chance to win After scoring a 3-1 lead until the 60th minute of the match

“We want to measure with them closely. And I think we can do that throughout the game.

“Manchester City is a top team. And they have the quality to bring themselves back into the game. But this shows how far we’ve come since January.

“The players are disappointed after going 3-1 but we have to be optimistic.”