Watch as Newcastle fans ‘Que Sera, Sera’ rendition heard all over Tyneside in tearjerking video
The sound of jubilant Newcastle United fans filled the sky in the North East on Tuesday night.
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The sound of jubilant Newcastle United fans filled the Tyneside sky on Tuesday night as the full-time whistle blew on the Carabao Cup semi-final at St. James' Park.
A 2-1 win for Eddie Howe's side saw them book their place at Wembley for the cup final later this month and the chance to bring home a first major trophy since 1955.
In this video you can hear the crowd of a sold-out St. James' Park singing 'Que Sera, Sera' just seconds after full-time last night, recorded from more than a mile away in Gateshead.
The sound of the song, which was played over the loudspeakers at the stadium promptly after the match, could be heard across Newcastle, over the Tyne and into Gateshead. Some Twitter users even reported being able to hear the rallying Geordie crowd from further across Tyneside.
Newcastle fans who came across the video online wrote of "magic", "spine-tingling" and having "goosebumps".
One Magpie wrote: "That is insane, hearing that from that distance, like goosebumps all over hearing that sound, Wembley here we come."
Speaking after Tuesday night’s win, Kieran Trippier told Sky Sports: “I can only go back to when I first arrived and the team was in a difficult moment. I felt like I wanted to help as much as possible, helped the players I’m playing with. Me and Miggy (Almiron) have had a great relationship this season and I think that started in pre-season when we talked a lot.
“We give everything for the club, I am here for another couple of years now, and we are in a final. We have shown huge steps in a short period of time and the gaffer deserves huge credit because he works us really hard on the training pitch and all we do is give 100% for the supporters and that’s what they want to see.”