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Man City clash in pictures

Raheem Sterling's first-half goal was the difference between runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City and battling Newcastle United on Wednesday night.

The England international struck just after the half-hour mark and while City dominated the opening 70 minutes, Newcastle restricted them to only a handful of chances before piling on the pressure late on.

Dwight Gayle almost nicked a point for the Magpies late on and Serena Taylor brought nufc.co.uk this gallery from St. James' Park. 

 Rafa Benítez was all smiles before the game

 The two teams take to the St. James' Park pitch

 The Gallowgate End in all its glory just before kick-off

 Benítez's side had won 3-2 at West Ham in their previous match

 Rolando Aarons was handed a rare start

 Sergio Agüero comes close early on 

 Raheem Sterling celebrates after scoring the only goal of the game

Jonjo Shelvey returned after serving a two-match suspension

 Rob Elliot makes a save

 These fans made the trip from Sydney, Australia, to watch United 

 A crowd of 52,311 packed St. James' Park

 Benítez instructs his players

 DeAndre Yedlin in action

 Mohamed Diamé battles with Kevin De Bruyne 

 Dwight Gayle goes down in the box...

 ... but is shown a yellow card by Andre Marriner

 Yedlin is brought down by Danilo

 Benítez demands more from his team

 Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola keeps an eye on his watch as Newcastle put his side under pressure

 Most home fans were still happy despite the result

 This family certainly enjoyed their evening at St. James' Park

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