Kieran Trippier’s blazing row with Newcastle fan caught on new close-up footage

New and explosive footage of Kieran Trippier's argument with a Newcastle United supporter has been doing the rounds on social media.

The England international was seen arguing with a travelling fan after Eddie Howe's side were beaten 2-0 by Bournemouth. A brace from Dominic Solanke secured the Cherries' second Premier League victory of the campaign and a second consecutive loss this week for Newcastle, who also lost 2-0 to Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League.

With emotions running high after a frustrating evening, Trippier could be heard having a heated debate with a fan in the stands of the Vitality Stadium. However, hours after the footage initially made itself known on social media, a closer view of the row has since emerged.

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A frustrated Trippier could be heard saying to the fan: "So, the lads aren't giving everything? How many injuries have we got? How many injuries have we got?" He also asked the fan for a response, before a steward and midfielder Joelinton both stepped in to usher him away.

After the match, the former Atletico Madrid defender did not try to hide the awkward exchange in his post-match interview. "I was just having a chat with one of them, I said we are giving everything," Trippier said after the match.

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"There is no need to panic, we are still in a good position in the league, we are still in the Champions League, Carabao Cup quarter-finals, there is no need to panic.

“We got beat, we do apologise for that result, but the most important thing is that the lads are giving everything. We are giving more under the circumstances."

Newcastle are struggling with a huge number of injuries. As well as missing £55m midfielder Sandro Tonali who is serving a suspension, they were also without: Sven Botman, Alexander Isak, Matt Targett, Callum Wilson, Harvey Barnes, Elliot Anderson, Dan Burn and Jacob Murphy, while influential midfielder Bruno Guimaraes was also serving a suspension.

The north east side will drop down to ninth position if Brighton and Hove Albion overcome Sheffield United.

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