U23s' derby win in pictures
Newcastle United Under-23s progressed to the semi-finals of the Premier League International Cup at the expense of Sunderland following a dramatic penalty shoot-out on Wednesday night.
Curtis Good gave the Magpies the lead in the first half, only for a Lynden Gooch brace either side of half time to turn the game on its head.
Callum Roberts equalised for the Magpies with a superb injury-time free-kick before missing a penalty in extra time as the game went the distance.
The Magpies finally prevailed after a marathon penalty shoot-out, with Sunderland's Jake Hackett missing the target to set up a semi-final tie between Newcastle United and last year's winners, FC Porto.
Club photographer Serena Taylor was at the Stadium of Light to capture this gallery for nufc.co.uk...
Magpies winger Callum Roberts strikes the ball
Luke Charman jumps in the air to challenge Sunderland goalkeeper Max Stryjek
Australian defender Curtis Good nets the opener, heading beyond the onrushing Sunderland goalkeeper
Good looks on as the ball nestles in the Black Cats' goal
Teammates Jack Hunter, Josef Yarney and Luke Charman were quick to join in the celebrations
Lynden Gooch of Sunderland (far right) celebrates in front of Newcastle's travelling fans after equalising, though the Magpies would have the last laugh
Mo Sangare wins a header against Jake Hackett
Gooch celebrates his second of the evening to put the home side 2-1 up
Victor Fernandez thought he had netted an equalising goal, only to see it disallowed for offside
A hidden Callum Roberts strikes a superb late free-kick to level things at 2-2 and send the game to extra time
Captain Jack Hunter (left) and Joseph Yarney (right) celebrate Newcastle's equaliser
Callum Roberts had the chance to put Newcastle United in front in extra time, only to see his penalty saved
The sides couldn't be separated over 120 minutes, with a penalty shoot-out needed to settle the quarter-final tie
Luke Charman walks to the penalty spot holding a ball under his arm before confidently beating Max Stryjek
The crucial moment; Jake Hackett of Sunderland misses his sudden-death penalty to send Newcastle United into the semi-finals
The Magpies' youngsters celebrate with around 350 travelling fans after prevailing on penalties
Goalkeeper Paul Woolston celebrates after saving a penalty and scoring one during the shoot-out