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It would have been hard enough to pull off if he was facing goal with the ball sitting up nicely for him to hit. To lob Joe Hart with an overhead kick executed with his back to goal did rather put the ribbons on it.

The goal was one of four scored against England by the Sweden international

Alan Pardew is left furious and bemused as Cheik Tiote's goal is ruled out for offside during Newcastle's 2-0 defeat to Manchester City

Newcastle United 0 Manchester City 2: Alan Pardew foul-mouthed tirade is 'nothing important' says Manuel Pellegrini

Pardew apologised for his remarks after his expletive rant was picked up by television microphones and admits Pellegrini has accepted his apology

Cheik Ismael Tiote of Newcastle remonstrates with Referee Mike Jones after his goal is disallowed for offside

Newcastle 0 Manchester City 2: Cheick Tiote admits 'I don't understand' after goal is ruled out for offside

Midfielder urges team to move on from controversy and focus on positive performance

Cheik Ismael Tiote of Newcastle remonstrates with Referee Mike Jones after his goal is disallowed for offside

Newcastle v Manchester City: Why was Cheick Tiote goal disallowed by referee Mike Jones?

The Newcastle midfielder appeared to have equalised in the game at St James' Park

Paolo Di Canio said that if players turned up with mobile phones, he would throw them in the sea

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Iker Casillas

Transfer news: Arsenal and Manchester City monitor Iker Casillas situation at Real Madrid

Premier League clubs keeping an eye on marginalised keeper

Teammates gather to congratulate Aleksandar Kolarov after he gave Manchester City the lead

Leicester City 1 Manchester City 3 match report: Edin Dzeko and James Milner seize chance to impress as City stroll into semi-finals of Capital One Cup

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Joe Hart

Manchester City 4 Viktoria Plzen 2: Joe Hart impresses in Champions League victory

The England number one could do little about the two goals conceded

Asmir Begovic in action during Stoke's 1-1 draw with Southampton, in which he opened the scoring

Transfer news: Stoke City play down speculation linking Asmir Begovic with move to Manchester City

Amid the dropping of Joe Hart, there has been talk that City will look to sign a new stopper in January

Neville Southall during his playing days

Neville Southall: Dropping Joe Hart the 'wrong decision'

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Ray Clemence has described his battle with cancer as a 'shock' but confirms he is in remission and hopes for further good news

Ray Clemence describes his battle with cancer as a 'shock' following his recent retirement but hopes for further good news after going into remission

Clemence stepped down from his role with the Football Association last month and believes that his career as a goalkeeper has been a help in his battle with illness

Joe Hart holds his head in his hands after Fernando Torres' late winner gave Chelsea a 2-1 win over Manchester City

England squad: Roy Hodgson confirms goalkeeper Joe Hart will sit out match with either Chile or Germany at Wembley

Hart has been dropped by his Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini and Hodgson admits that he will use one of the Wembley matches to look at his other options

Montenegro's Branko Brnovic watches training at Wembley

England v Montenegro: Visiting coach tempers his words and his optimism ahead of Wembley showdown

The Montenegro coach, Branko Brnovic, resisted the temptation to tear into England for a second time as he contemplates the monumental task of leading his patched-up team to victory at Wembley and possibly taking over top spot in World Cup qualifying Group H.

Joe Hart has come under intense criticism for his errors in the Champions League defeat to Bayern Munich

Early kick-off for Manchester City against Everton gives Joe Hart quick chance to redeem himself, says Samir Nasri

Nasri tips Hart to bounce back immediately and says he remains in among the elite goalkeepers in the world

Joe Hart holds his head in his hands after the 3-1 defeat to Bayern Munich

Gary Neville refuses to let England ties hold his back from stinging criticism of Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart after double-error in Bayern Munich defeat

Neville claimed Hart should have done better in his attempts to save goal-bound shots from Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben

Arjen Robben celebrates Bayern Munich's third goal

Champions League: Arjen Robben expresses delight with Bayern Munich's 'easy' victory over Manchester City

While City manager Manuel Pellegrini admits his side 'played really badly', but refuses to single out goalkeeper Joe Hart for blame

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