Alan Shearer reveals Newcastle United’s Champions League ambitions after a 4:1 victory against PSG.

Alan Shearer was present at St James’ Park as Newcastle United defeated Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain 4-1. Alan Shearer quipped that a “hangover is coming” after witnessing Newcastle United’s most memorable night in a decade. Prior to yesterday, the Magpies’ all-time top scorer was the club’s most recent bagsman in the Champions League.

The second of his two goals against Inter Milan in March 2003 was Newcastle’s last goal in the competition – until today. United’s merciless performance humiliated one of the tournament’s pre-tournament favorites at St James’ Park.

A rout 4-1 meant that fans chanted far into the night as Newcastle made their debut on the grandest stage. Goals from two locals, Dan Burn and Sean Longstaff, iced the cake as Kylian Mbappe, widely considered as the world’s finest, was smothered. Many people in Tyneside will be nursing hangovers at work today, as the festivities probably extended into the early hours. Those who are suffering can take solace in the fact that famed striker Shearer is also likely to be suffering from a headache from last night.

TNT Sports displayed the 53-year-old throughout the broadcast as his beloved Newcastle thrashed the Ligue 1 champions. Before the game, Shearer shared a photo on social media of himself and former Newcastle teammate Rob Lee sharing a pre-match pint.

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After the game, the celebrations must have continued as Shearer, Newcastle’s tournament record scorer with six goals, announced a hangover was on the way. “As far as days and nights go, that’s an f——- belta,” he wrote. There will be a hangover! What a show you put on, man.”

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