Newcastle's staggering upturn in form continues after Moussa Sissoko's goal handed them a 1-0 win over Queens Park Rangers.
The Magpies took two months to win their first game of the season, but the 1-0 win over Leicester City in October has sparked Newcastle into life.
The pressure on manager Alan Pardew has subsided, with subsequent wins over Tottenham, Liverpool and West Brom before today's game.
QPR travelled up to the North East without having picked up a point on the road this season, and their struggles away from Loftus Road continued today.
Newcastle took all three points, but they had to wait until the 78th minute to open the scoring, with midfielder Sissoko swiveling inside the area to turn the ball past Robert Green and into the far corner.
However, the win has marred by a first half injury to Ryan Taylor. The right back hadn't started a game for almost three years but finally made his return today, only to suffer another serious injury, and the former Wigan star was seen leaving the pitch in tears as his injury woes continue.
The result takes Newcastle up into fourth place, whilst QPR now sit bottom of the Premier League after Burnley's win against Stoke City.