Newcastle United 1-1 Sunderland: The tenacious Tyne-Wear derby in pictures

Words by Kevin Doocey on .

Alan Pardew celebrates Newcastle United's equaliser at St.James’ Park

Pardew - Did himself no favours with an embarrassing celebration for penalty

Well, well, well. Another derby. Another fixture against Sunderland that we haven't lost despite playing relatively below par for a chunk of it. However, yet another game that we could've and ultimately probably should have won. A missed penalty in the final ten minutes, and a glorious opportunity in the area that fell to none other than Mike Williamson - chances that could have won us the game. With that said, it was a very entertaining affair; staff and players of both sides displaying passion and fight, in more ways than one. However, rather than get into a detailed match report like ones I'm sure you will have read already -

Tyne Time has provided some pictures to tell the majority of story today, at a sell-out St.James’ Park. Enjoy.

Newcastle United fans prepare for the Tyne-Wear

Fans - Preparing for what was to be a feisty Tyne-Wear Derby

James McClean and Danny Simpson go head to head after tackle from Northern Irishman

McClean - Wild challenge sparked reaction from Simpson & team-wide scuffle

Ryan Taylor and Sunderland's Kieran Richardson go head to head

Taylor - Taking no nonsense from Kieran Richardson follow McClean challenge

Sunderland players celebrates opener at St.James’ Park

SAFC - Their players congratulate Nicklas Bendtner his annual goal at SJP

Alan Pardew reveals emotion after Newcastle United are awarded a penalty

Pardew - Acted foolishly towards Martin O'Neill when Ameobi won penalty

Shola Ameobi pokes home the equaliser in the 91st minute in front of 52,000

Ameobi - Turned Newcastle United's savour stealing in at the far post to even things up

Shola Ameobi stabs one home in the 91st minute

Ameobi - Scores his routine goal against Sunderland saves Newcastle United

Shola Ameobi celebrates after scoring the all important NUFC equaliser

Ameobi - 7 goals in 12 games against Sunderland in his career so far; more than any other player

Lee Cattermole is awarded a red card by Mike Dean in the Tyne-Wear derby

Cattermole - Sent off by Mike Dean after the FT whistle for verbal insults

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