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Monday, 28 October, 2002, 09:48 GMT
Goal of the week

Newcastle midfielder Andy Griffin's taste for scoring goals continued with his blazing effort against Charlton.

Griffin scored the winner against Juventus to keep the Magpies' Champions League dream alive and added the thundering drive against the Addicks to his collection.

The goal turned out to be the equaliser for Bobby Robson's side and set them on their way to a 2-1 win at St James' Park.

How Griffin scored

A Newcastle corner reaches Jermaine Jenas on the edge of the area and he finds Alan Shearer on the right side of the box...

Shearer spots Griffin running towards the corner of the box and lays the ball into his path...

Griffin meets the ball with power and timing with his thunderous shot rising into the far top corner of Addicks keeper Dean Kiely's goal.

Goal of the week

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