Middlesbrough v Newcastle United, 09 April 2006

Score2-1 to Newcastle United
RefereeAlan Wiley
CompetitionPremier League
VenueRiverside Stadium
Attendance31,202

Goals:

George Boateng 79 G

Goals:

George Boateng own goal 29 OG
Shola Ameobi 44 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Mark Schwarzer
Defender/Centre back Andrew Davies
Defender/Centre back Ugo Ehiogu
Defender/Centre back Chris Riggott
Defender/Left back Franck Queudrue
Midfielder George Boateng
Midfielder Doriva
Midfielder Adam Johnson
Midfielder James Morrison
Midfielder Fabio Rochemback
Forward Yakubu

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Shay Given
Defender/Right back Stephen Carr
Defender Craig Moore
Defender/Centre back Titus Bramble
Defender/Midfielder Robbie Elliott
Defender/Midfielder Nolberto Solano
Midfielder Lee Bowyer
Midfielder Emre Belözoğlu
Midfielder Charles N'Zogbia
Forward Shola Ameobi
Forward Alan Shearer

Substitutions:

Andrew Taylor for Franck Queudrue 46
Mark Viduka for Adam Johnson 46
Massimo Maccarone for Andrew Davies 62

Substitutions:

Kieron Dyer for Nolberto Solano 66
Amdy Faye for Emre Belözoğlu 81

Cards:

Fabio Rochemback 66 Y
Massimo Maccarone 71 Y

Cards:

Emre Belözoğlu 26 Y
Shola Ameobi 58 Y
Craig Moore 68 Y
Charles N'Zogbia 86 Y

On the bench:

Defender Andrew Taylor
Forward Mark Viduka

On the bench:

Midfielder Kieron Dyer
Midfielder Amdy Faye

Comments:

League position: 14th Unused substitutes: Brad Jones and Stuart Parnaby The FA Premier League's Dubious Goals Committee ruled on the following: - Middlesbrough’s goal against Newcastle United on 9th April has been confirmed as a George Boateng goal. [re: Circular 4 - 23/05/2006]

Comments:

League position: 10th Unused substitutes: Steve Harper, Lee Clark and Peter Ramage The FA Premier League's Dubious Goals Committee ruled on the following: - Newcastle United’s first goal against Middlesbrough on 9th April was in fact an own goal (George Boateng) and has therefore not been credited to Lee Bowyer. [re: Circular 4 - 23/05/2006]