Oscar Bobb was the match winner, as he scored in added time, as Manchester City beat Newcastle 3-2 at the St James Park.
City came from 2-1 down to go on and win this tie, with second-half substitutes Kevin De Bruyne and Bobb producing the goods.
De Bruyne scored in the 74th minute, before laying a sumptuous assist for Bobb in the final minutes of the game.
Bobb has revealed how he feels after scoring his first Premier League goal, and also revealed that Pep Guardiola urged to score.
“Amazing feeling,” the 20-year-old told TNT Sports. “Just watching from the bench, it was a high tempo match. The manager told me to come on and score so thankfully I could.
“It’s a lifelong dream and to do it with the best team in the world, I can’t describe it. This win is for the fans.”