Newcastle United had their first Champions League match at St James' Park in 20 years, where they beat Paris Saint-Germain with a 4-1 score.
Eddie Howe was obviously pleased with the result of the match. Quoted by The Guardian, he said: "I’m so pleased with the players for what they gave tonight. It was a difficult game tactically, PSG try to play from the back, so we had to unbalance and unsettle them."
"We were man for man at the back against elite players and they had some moments when they hurt us in what, I thought, was an even game but our goals came at good moments. To score four times against PSG in front of our supporters made it a really special night. The atmosphere was very special; I can’t thank our fans enough."
"In Milan in the last game (when Newcastle drew 0-0) there was an element of us not quite hitting our levels but tonight gives us the belief we need to be successful. But it’s only a small step."
Miguel Almirón, Dan Burn, Sean Longstaff, and Fabian Schär scored the goals that pushed Newcastle to the top of Group F.