Newcastle United suffered another blow on Monday night as they was up to a 3-0 defeat in your home to Arsenal – a result which has actually further heaped the pressure on supervisor Steve Bruce.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang bagged a brace and Bukayo Saka also netted as Arsenal cruised to triumph, leaving the Magpies 15th in the Premier League table.

Newcastle have actually not protected all 3 points in the league because their 2-1 win over West Brom on December 12, meaning it has actually now been 7 matches in the leading tier without a win for Bruce’s side.

The transfer zone is still seven points away but the pressure is increasing on Bruce, who has actually been the centre of the majority of the response around the result. The similarity Manchester United terrific turned Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville has actually defended Bruce but some of the nationals have not been so kind.

Here is the nationwide media round-up below.

Daily Mirror

So this was it then for Bruce, the “gloves were off” and this was his effort at “doing it his method” after Newcastle’s “outright sh ***” efficiency at Sheffield United.

Quite why it has taken 18 months for an extremely experienced supervisor to begin doing things the method he desires to do them is a question you’ll need to ask him, but it appears that ‘his way’ is a rather expansive 4-4-2 development featuring 4 players we might probably categorise as out-and-out enemies, even if they are available in different shapes and sizes.

With Joelinton and Miguel Almiron on either wing and Andy Carroll and Callum Wilson in attack there was plenty for Arsenal to believe about, and the rather non-traditional technique did at first appear to disturb a Gunners side who must have invested a large period of the video game simply questioning what this group in front of them had to do with.

There was certainly a greater desire about Newcastle than we saw at Bramall Lane, revealing that ‘Bruce’s Way’ did a minimum of get a reaction.

They safeguarded well, especially in the first half, and the reaction that the manager was after certainly gotten here.

Daily Mail

The gloves were off, as Steve Bruce assured, however the Newcastle boss got his fingers burnt.

‘ I’m going to do it my way now,’ he stated after fierce criticism in the wake of last week’s 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United.

After 18 months in the job, it felt like a plea for clemency from the death-row prisoner, and begged the concern: who has been selecting the team and formation?

With it came a technique Bruce has used previously, implicating his players of ‘including a hand grenade’. But the head coach pulled the pin himself when he then called their efforts ‘outright s *** e’ and ‘fr ****** hopeless’.

So this was the big Brucie reboot, a brand-new system and 8 changes to the starting line-up for the very first time in Newcastle’s Premier League history.

Come half-time the new method was quite resemblant of the old one – one shot off target and 33 percent belongings. A minimum of Wilson had someone to talk with this time.

In fairness, there was an enhancement in organisation and effort throughout that opening period. However that is how low the bar has slipped – you’re managing them applaud for attempting their finest.

The Telegraph

Supervisor Steve Bruce had madly declared, after the helpless loss to Sheffield United last week, that he would do it his method, that the ‘gloves are off’ and called it on – just for his group to slump to a seventh league game without a win while likewise leaving both cup competitors.

They are dealing with a relegation battle and what was so frightening was not how they set about it, however how they folded once they fell behind. This is not the response Bruce would have wanted and he knows the risk of his statements.

He made eight modifications, and appeared vibrant and assaulting with a 4-4-2 system, matching Andy Carroll and Callum Wilson in advance, however Newcastle hardly ever looked like denying Arsenal a fifth succeeding clean sheet for the very first time considering that 2009.

BBC Sport

When Steve Bruce discovered his inner Frank Sinatra on Friday and stated that from now on he was going to do it ‘my way’, he probably did not have a 3-0 defeat at Arsenal in mind.

Newcastle opted for a more positive 4-4-2 development versus the Gunners, however the switch partially helped to show why Bruce has actually typically opted for a five-man defence – a formation preferred by some of his gamers despite drawing criticism from numerous fans.

The first half revealed guarantee and was a vast enhancement on the display screen at Sheffield United where Bruce admitted he got the line-up incorrect versus the Premier League’s bottom club. After the break, nevertheless, Newcastle’s familiar failings were exposed.

There will likewise be questions as to whether he picked the best team for this game too. Andy Carroll’s partnership with Callum Wilson at first looked appealing prior to the target man tired, while Joelinton was peaceful on the left wing. Jonjo Shelvey was also frustrating in central midfield.