Newcastle moved up to 16th in the Premier League table on Sunday as they beat Manchester United 1-0. 

Steve Bruce’s side went into the game in the bottom three and with one win in seven games, but were able to come away with the three points from St. James’ Park.

Bruce handed a Premier League debut to teenage midfielder Matty Longstaff, who repaid his faith with a superb goal in the 72nd minute to seal the win. 

Jetro Willems did well on the left before cutting the ball back to Longstaff on the edge of the box, who then drilled the ball into the bottom corner from 22-yards. 

It was also Newcastle’s third clean sheet of the league season, with some excellent defending from the likes of Fabian Schar and Jamaal Lascelles keeping United at bay.

But, what did we learn from the game? Here are four things Newcastle could learn from the result…