"You might see him sweating on the sidelines but inside I can guarantee he will be the calmest man in the stadium".
The win effectively guaranteed the Magpies" top-flight status and, asked where that ranked in his career, Benitez said: "You want me to say that it's like the Champions League (win with Liverpool) in 2005!
According to BBC, Arsenal, who reached the Europa League semi-finals with a 6-3 aggregate win over CSKA Moscow in Russian Federation on Thursday, are the only team in England's top four divisions yet to earn an away league point in 2018.
Alexis Sanchez was the latest big name player to leave Arsenal for a Premier League rival. People dreamed we could do this, this season. You wonder how you can lose this game. Finally, some much-maligned internal politics that have also derailed the team's seasons were to blame. It's very hard to swallow.
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Defeat on Tyneside means Newcastle have won on home turf against Arsenal for the first time in over a decade, and they were certainly good value for their win, as Benitez's side played with heart and flair. They have been superior to everything else'.
He said: 'Anything could happen now.
"They need someone with longevity, somebody who will get a four or five year contract and stay there". The three players upfront make the difference'.
Manager Arsene Wenger made a host of changes from the side that successfully engineered a place in the semi-finals of the Europa League on Thursday.
It is Abu Dhabi-owned City's third title in seven seasons and their first since former boss Manuel Pellegrini achieved the feat in 2013-14. When Gerard played behind him with the pace that Torres had, they caused havoc in rival defences together'.