With Bruno Guimaraes the tournament itself had a strong end-of-season vibe. However, Bruno’s two-goal match-winner is only the beginning of Newcastle United’s love affair with him. As both teams fought out the last throes of a rather certain tie, the Brazilian appeared to be a potential contender for a substitution. His legs appeared to be worn out.
When a winning goal is on the line in front of the Gallowgate End, though, an extra yard is frequently found. Newcastle’s Bruno Guimaraes scored both goals to secure his team all three points on Sunday.
- On Sunday afternoon, Newcastle defeated Leicester 2-1 courtesy of a last-minute goal.
- Bruno Guimaraes scored a brace in a league match to give his team all three points.
- Ademola Lookman handed the Foxes an early lead, but they couldn’t hang on.
- The game deadlocked until Guimaraes’ header in the final seconds.
Newcastle’s game against Leicester
With the dying minutes of additional time, Bruno sensed an opportunity with substitute Joe Willock rampaging down the left wing. His legs propelled him into the six-yard box, where Willock’s deflected cross had suddenly found him. Therefore, the £36 million midfielders charged at it, knowing he’d either tumble or end up beneath one.
Bruno Guimaraes surrounding by his teammates after his diving header struck. The highest corner was fortunate for Newcastle. It had been a memorable moment in an exceedingly season. It had previously perceiving to be anything but memorable. On 19 minutes, Ayoze Perez diverted a corner into the trail of Ademola Lookman, who broke the stalemate by firing past Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka.
Bruno Guimaraes winning man-of-the-match
Guimaraes beat Kasper Schmeichel to a loose ball and poked in his first home. Premier League goal from close range after just 11 minutes. In addition, the second half began in a similar vein to the first, with Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall and Joelinton both missing the target with their efforts.
Guimaraes won it in the fifth minute of stoppage time. On the counter-attack, substitute Joe Willock pushed forward. And crossed in for the Brazilian midfielder to head high into the net and complete the comeback. Newcastle ascends to 14th place on 37 points, three points behind ninth-placed Leicester. After extending their home unbeaten run to seven games.