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nufcTV: Crystal Palace Highlights

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All six goals - including first Newcastle strikes from Daryl Janmaat, Rolando Aarons and Mike Williamson - and the best of the action from Saturday are on nufcTV


A six-goal thriller at St. James' Park ended all square on Saturday.

Crystal Palace took the lead after just 31 seconds through Dwight Gayle but Daryl Janmaat levelled before the break.

However Jason Puncheon restored the visitors' advantage at the beginning of the second half, only for 18-year-old Rolando Aarons to change the game.

First he scored with a header, then his shot cannoned back off the woodwork for Mike Williamson to force home his first Magpies goal.

But the drama continued until deep into stoppage time, when Wilfried Zaha equalised to give Neil Warnock a point in his first game in charge of the Eagles.

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