Liverpool moved above Tottenham into third place.
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Matt Ritchie condemned Manchester United to a shock 1-0 defeat at struggling Newcastle, while Liverpool cemented their top four place with a 2-0 win over Southampton Sunday.United defender Chris Smalling was booked for needlessly diving inside his own half and from the resulting Jonjo Shelvey free kick, Dwight Gayle latched onto a header and played a backheel toward Ritchie. His run was completely untracked by United's sloppy defense and the Newcastle winger fired low past David De Gea.Newcastle had kicked off in the relegation zone, but a first win in five league games – their first success against United since 2013 – lifts them to 13th place.At St. Mary's, Liverpool moved above Tottenham into third place as goals from Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah killed off lowly Southampton.
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