Newcastle United haven't done their supporters any favors in their last two Premier League matches.
Days after Isaac Hayden's stoppage-time header clinched a win over Chelsea, teammate Florian Lejeune one-upped him. Lejeune scored a stoppage-time brace 102 seconds apart in order to secure a 2-2 draw against Everton at Goodison Park.
Lejeune, a second-half substitute, cut Everton's lead to a single goal with a stunning overhead kick in the fourth minute of stoppage time.
In the fifth minute of stoppage time, Newcastle desperately pressed for the equalizer. A loose ball in the box fell to Lejeune, and he took advantage of Everton keeper Jordan Pickford standing off his line, smashing it in for Newcastle's second.
Thanks to Lejeune, the Magpies picked up a point and salvaged a draw. His stoppage-time brace was the first time in the club's Premier League history that they'd scored twice after the 90th minute.
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This isn't the first time in recent days that Lejeune has shown he is calm under deadline pressure. Newcastle's matchday program asked him ahead of Saturday's match how he would dispose of a dead body if he only had an hour.
He didn't need nearly that long to save Newcastle on Tuesday.
As two of the most decorated managers in Europe, it's surprising Pep Guardiola and Carlo Ancelotti have not faced one another more.
Guardiola will be in Manchester City's dugout Wednesday at the Etihad Stadium and Ancelotti will be in Everton's as the managers square off for just the third time in their respective careers. City are pitched in a dogfight jockeying for positioning among the Premier League's UEFA Champions League spots, while Everton will play only their second match under Ancelotti.
Though the Sky Blues have as many losses as they did in their title-winning campaign a season ago, they easily dispatched second-place Leicester City and eighth-place Sheffield United on Dec. 21 and Dec. 29, respectively. The Toffees hope that Duncan Ferguson's interim bounce will extend under Ancelotti, and his new side can make a real statement with a result against City.
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Here's how to watch Wednesday's Manchester City-Everton match online and on TV.
When: Wednesday, Jan. 1 at 12:30 p.m. ET/9:30 a.m. PT
Online: NBC Sports
Sights will be familiar for Mikel Arteta when he sees Arsenal going against his former team. He was announced as the Gunners' new boss on Friday.
That's just one of the storylines as Everton faces Arsenal.
Arsenal is sitting 10th in the Premier League table and with the new guidance of Arteta, this could be a team that makes a splash to the UEFA Champions League for the first time in three seasons in the Europa League.
Here's how to watch Saturday's Everton-Arsenal match online and on TV.
When: Saturday, Dec. 21, at 7:30 a.m. ET.
Live Stream: NBC Sports