Newcastle United star shares what is his favorite ever moment as a Newcastle player

Following the announcement that he will be staying on Tyneside for an additional year, Fabian Schar has now disclosed his favorite memory from his time as a Newcastle United player.

Newcastle 4-1 PSG: Fabian Schar's long-range stunner caps historic  Champions League victory over French giants | Football News | Sky Sports

Schar will have played for Newcastle for seven years by the time his contract expires, and during that time he has seen both amazing highs and devastating lows.

In an interview with NUFCTV, Schar talked about his favorite player memories from the Champions League, which was defeating PSG 4-1 and scoring the game’s winning goal in spectacular way.

Schar has been one of Newcastle’s star defenders

Schar’s brilliance as a football player was evident in his early seasons with the club, but it’s possible that his style wasn’t compatible with Newcastle’s previous 15 years of football play.

The Magpies were rarely the team with the upper hand in possession and frequently found themselves defending their lives with their backs to the walls.

Former Newcastle manager compares Fabian Schar goal to Albert stunner in  historic PSG victory
Schar is an excellent defender, but under coaches like Steve Bruce, he didn’t play to his full potential. However, under Eddie Howe, he has excelled, and the Swiss international can now declare with confidence that he is among the Premier League’s best center backs.

It’s hard to come up with a Newcastle defender who was more assured with the ball and capable of scoring goals.

Schar responded, “It’s hard to pick one moment,” when asked about his favorite moment. Personally, I think it was the matchup with Paris. It was a truly amazing night and a truly special goal to score 4-1.

Schar still has a huge role to play for the Magpies

Considering how valuable he has shown to be, it wouldn’t be shocking to see him stay at Newcastle even beyond his one-year contract extension, which extends until 2025.

Of course, the team will search for a replacement and a worthy long-term defender to partner with Sven Botman on the right side of the defense, but Schar still has a lot to offer this football team.Even though he will be 33 this year, he’s still a very useful weapon to have as a backup central defense because he never really relies on pace and his technical skill on the ball is so strong, possibly one of the best in the group.

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