Newcastle United returned to form with a sensational performance in beating Norwich City 6-2. Gini Wijnaldum hit four goals, but how did the rest of the team rate?
Rob Elliot: Not at fault for either goal on his first Premier League appearance in 10 months 6/10
Daryl Janmaat: Should have done better in stopping the Martin Olsson’s first-half crosses 6
Chancel Mbemba: Came through a difficult first-half spell 6
Fabricio Coloccini: Led United to a much-needed victory 6
Paul Dummett: Solid and committed performance on his first appearance since May 7
Moussa Sissoko: Unstoppable at times going forward on his 100th start for the club 7
Cheick Tiote: Slightly erratic, and rusty, performance on his first Premier League start since New Year’s Day 6
Jack Colback: Steady performance in the centre of midfield 6
Georginio Wijnaldum: Devastating, and exhilatrating, display of finishing 9
Ayoze Perez: Didn’t stop running, and his persistence paid off for his goal 7
Aleksandar Mitrovic: Scored Newcastle’s fourth goal with an astonishing take down and finish 7
Vurnon Anita (for Tiote, 46): Brought on to bring some composure to the midifeld 6
Massadio Haidara (for Dummett, 65): Brought some much-needed fresh legs to the team 6
Papiss Cisse (for Mitrovic, 88): Very late substitution 6
Subs not used: Freddie Woodman, Jamaal Lascelles, Florian Thauvin, Siem de Jong.
Norwich: John Ruddy 4; Steven Whittaker 5, Russell Martin 4, Sebastien Bassong 5, Martin Olsson 6; Nathan Redmond 6, Graham Dorrans 5, Alex Tettey 5, Robbie Brady 6; Jonny Howson 5; Dieumerci Mbokani 6.
Subs: Wes Hoolahan (for Tettey, 61), Gary O’Neill (for Dorrans, 84), Cameron Jerome (for Olsson, 84).
Subs not used: Rudd, Wisdom, Jarvis, R Bennett.