Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles has accused Manchester United players of going missing during the 1-0 defeat at St James` Park on Sunday.
Matt Ritchie`s 65th-minute goal sealed victory for Newcastle, lifting them to 13th in the table, two points clear of 18th-placed Southampton.
Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez spurned the best chances for the visitors, who were unable to match the work-rate and intensity of the hosts, leaving United 16 points behind Premier League leaders Manchester City.
Lascelles was frank in his assessment of Jose Mourinho`s side saying his defence did not know what to do with the ball under pressure.
They have got some great players, but I don`t think United turned up, the Newcastle captain said.
We have played against Arsenal and Man City and you can really see the quality and one mistake or a lack of concentration and a goal will go in.
I don`t think they were at it from the start of the game - a lot of their players went missing.
It was probably the way we were playing, we made them play like that.
In the first half they were making a lot of mistakes, passing the ball around but it was down to our pressing.
We were aggressive, and they didn`t like it. You could see their centre-halves on the ball and they didn`t really know what to do with it.
We set up really well and we matched up really well against them. The manager got it spot on.
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