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Match Report : 14/04/2004 v PSV Eindhoven
Newcastle United   2 1

Scorer(s):     A Shearer (9),  G Speed (66)

PSV Eindhoven   1 0
Scorer(s):     Kezman (52 [Pen])
Competition: UEFA Cup, Quarter-Final, 2nd Leg
Season: 2003-04
Venue: St James's Park
Attendance: 50,083
Referee: Manuel Enrique Mejuto Gonzalez (Spain)
Newcastle United
Manager: Sir Bobby Robson CBE
 Seamus Given
 Aaron Hughes
 Olivier Bernard
 Jonathan Woodgate
 Titus Bramble(On As A Substitute Andrew O'Brien, 78)
 Gary Speed
 Darren Ambrose(On As A Substitute Foluwashola Ameobi, 81)
 Jermaine Jenas
 Alan Shearer
 Craig Bellamy
 Pierre Robert(On As A Substitute Hugo Viana, 90)
Unused Subs: Stephen Harper, Robert Elliott, Kieron Dyer, Michael Bridges
PSV Eindhoven
Manager: Guus Hiddink
 Ronald Waterreus
  Kasper Bogelund
  Young-Pyo Lee
  Wilfred Bouma
  Jurgen Colin
  Mark van Bommell
  John De Jong
  Dennis Rommedahl(On As A Substitute Jan Vennegoor of Hesselin, 46)
  Mateja Kezman
  Ji-Sung Park
  Johann Vogel(On As A Substitute Johann Vonlanthen, 75)
Unused Subs: Van Dijk, Addo, Wuytens, Van der Schaaf, Do Bonfim
First Half
9 mins
1-0Alan Shearer. A Robert corner was delivered with such precision and accuracy that Shearer barely had to move to glance a header past the helpless 'keeper.
Second Half
46 mins
Jan Vennegoor of Hesselin on for Dennis Rommedahl
52 mins
Goal [Pen]
1-1Kezman. An incredibly harsh and most dubious of penalties was awarded and Kezman made no mistake from 12 yards.
66 mins
2-1Gary Speed. Another perfectly floated in corner from Robert saw Speed rise majestically to power a header into the net.
75 mins
Johann Vonlanthen on for Johann Vogel
78 mins
81 mins
90 mins

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Matchday Programme : 14/04/2004

Matchday Programme : 14/04/2004

Newcastle win 3-2 on aggregate.

Second Half

An overhit cross should have been cleared by Ambrose but he failed to connect with it which allowed Young-Pyo Lee to send the ball back across the goal and. Bernard attempted to control the ball on his chest but Park nipped in and went sprawling over his leg. Incredibly referee Gonzalez pointed to the spot for a most dubious penalty indeed.