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Liverpool beats Newcastle 3-1 in Premier League

 Liverpool's Glen Johnson, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Jonas Gutierrez during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfi...
 Liverpool's Daniel Agger, third right, looks on after scoring an own goal against Newcastle United during their English Premier League soccer match a...
 Liverpool's Andy Carroll, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Fabricio Coloccini during their English Premier League soccer match at A...
 Liverpool's Andy Carroll, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Mike Williamson during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfi...

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Liverpool's Glen Johnson, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Jonas Gutierrez during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfi...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Liverpool's Daniel Agger, third right, looks on after scoring an own goal against Newcastle United during their English Premier League soccer match a...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Liverpool's Andy Carroll, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Fabricio Coloccini during their English Premier League soccer match at A...

Britain Soccer Premier League

Liverpool's Andy Carroll, left, vies for the ball against Newcastle United's Mike Williamson during their English Premier League soccer match at Anfi...

Craig Bellamy scored twice for Liverpool and substitute Steven Gerrard netted another to cap a 3-1 comeback victory over Newcastle in the Premier League on Friday.
Newcastle had taken the lead with a lucky goal in the 25th, as Ryan Taylor's cross was headed toward goal by Yohan Cabaye and then deflected off Liverpool defender Daniel Agger to wrongfoot goalkeeper Pepe Reina.
But Bellamy equalized five minutes later with a low shot into the bottom left corner after a poor clearance fell right at his feet, and added the second with a free kick in the 67th.
Gerrard came on as a substitute for his second appearance after a two-month injury layoff and scored the third after running onto a ball from Jordan Henderson and slotting it underneath goalkeeper Tim Krul from a tight angle.