CaughtOffside - Video highlights
Louise Taylor, The Guardian - "Revenge rarely proves sweeter, or more reassuring. It is four years since Alan Pardew was sacked by West Ham United but, quite apart from getting his own back in truly spectacular fashion, Newcastle United's manager discovered that his team really can thrive without the injured Andy Carroll."
Lee Ryder, The Chronicle - "Even the writers of Roy of the Rovers would struggle to come up with a script as good as this."
Simon Bird, MirrorFootball - "[Pardew] added of Best: 'Like all strikers from the Championship, there is a snobbish opinion that they are not good enough, but they can be if they get belief.'"
Paul Fraser, The Northern Echo - "If Sunday was about proving Newcastle United were not a one-man team, then last night showed they can actually cope in the absence of both of their first-choice strikers."
Ed Harrison, nufcblog.com - "West Ham were completely hammered – excuse the pun – but Steve Harper had almost nothing to do in the Newcastle goal, as Alan Pardew seems to have made a bright start to his Newcastle management career with 3 wins in the first 5 games in charge, and Newcastle now are on 28 points from 21 games."
Ben Collins, Sky Sports - "But [Best] needed just 18 minutes to justify his selection when he ran on to Lovenkrands' ball over the top to thump a left-foot volley across Robert Green and into the bottom corner."
The Sun - "When Newcastle win at home these days, they win big - this was the third time they have bagged five or more in front of their adoring fans this season."
I'm not able to watch this, but perhaps if you live in England you can view the highlights as featured on Match of the Day 2. Short rant: How is it beneficial for BBC to block US viewers from seeing this content? Would they rather I seek out a pirated copy of the program?
However, it's perfectly okay for foreigners to watch Avram Grant doing his best not to fall asleep during his post-match interview.