Newcastle United: 93-year-old COVID-19 survivor dances after seeing favourite team win

Newcastle United: 93-year-old COVID-19 survivor dances after seeing favourite team win

- Newcastle United are back to winning ways in the Premier League

- The Magpies defeated visiting Sheffield United 3-0 upon return of the season

- A 93-year-old woman danced for joy following the victory of Steve Bruce’s men

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Newcastle United’s 3-0 victory over Sheffield United in the English Premier League on Sunday, June 21, was all a 93-year-old nanny needed to dance as she was delighted her favourite team got back to winning ways.

Although there were no fans inside the stadium as the game was played behind closed-doors inside the St James’ Park, club supporters jumped for joy across the world as they enjoyed the victory.

It was the first game for Steve Bruce’s men upon return of the Premier League which was earlier suspended since mid-March due to the pandemic.

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Three second-half goals from Allan Saint-Maximin, Matt Ritchie and Joelinton saw Steve Bruce's men blunt the Blades and the entire social media space was sent agog.

A clip uploaded to Twitter by user Kavina9 showed her nan dancing in jubilation after watching her beloved Magpies beat Sheff Utd - having just beaten Covid-19 herself.

Newcastle United: 93-year-old Covid-19 survivor dances after seeing favourite team win
Newcastle United players celebrating their victory. Photo Credit: Getty Images
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Over-70s are particularly vulnerable to the affects of the disease caused by contracting coronavirus, but the 93-year-old appeared to be in good health as she celebrated the victory.

The short clip also warmed the hearts of many online, with one person commenting: "Belter...gan on Granny."

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Another replied to Kavina9's post with: "Get in pet!"

Premier League side Newcastle United is now on the verge of being sold after American billionaire Henry Mauriss joined the race with £350m to buy the club.

For the past two seasons, there have been reports that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley wants to sell the club with some Saudi Arabian billionaires said to be interested.

Amanda Staveley is the one leading the consortium where there have been talks with Mike Ashley over possible takeover of the Premier League side.

Meanwhile, also reported that Bishop Charles Agyin-Asare who is the founder and leader of Perez Chapel International has said that the coronavirus is a demonic movement to keep people out of the church.

The respected Ghanaian pastor made the statement during a recent sermon that has been trimmed into a snippet making waves on social media.

In the footage, Bishop Agyin-Asare recounted how he was in a conversation with Archbishop Duncan-Williams recently and were both discussing the impact of COVID-19 on church activity.

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