Pic Special: Hull 1 Newcastle 4
A double from Moussa Sissoko helped Newcastle United record their seventh Barclays Premier League away win of the campaign with a 4-1 victory at Hull City.
The only sour note came midway through the second half when manager Alan Pardew was sent to the stands following a touchline altercation with David Meyler.
French midfielder Sissoko got the ball rolling after just ten minutes, netting with a first-time finish from Mathieu Debuchy's delivery, and United made it two when Remy profited from a defensive mix-up with the interval approaching.
Curtis Davies headed Hull back into contention within seconds of the restart but Sissoko soon restored the visitors' two-goal advantage, puttin the finishing touch on a brilliant breakaway.
And Anita completed the scoring in added-on time, tapping home at the far post to send 2,500 Geordies home happy.
The result was enough to keep Newcastle in the hunt for a top-six spot, as they brought up a milestone 100th Premier League away victory.