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.

Sissoko struck either side of half-time, with Loic Remy and Vurnon Anita also on target for the rampant Magpies, who fully deserved all three points at the KC Stadium.

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.

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