Despite the lack of goals in the crucial fixture, the Newcastle faithful were ecstatic as their team dominated the match from start to finish.
The home side unleashed an impressive 23 goal attempts, rattling the woodwork three times, while Leicester City struggled to generate any significant threats.
Speaking to Sky Sports, midfielder Sean Longstaff struggled to contain his excitement, stating, "I can't put it into words, to be honest. If you told us two years ago this was going to happen, we wouldn't have believed you. We've beaten Juventus here 1-0 in the Champions League; you see it on old DVDs. To be a part of this, I'm buzzing."
With one game remaining, Newcastle, under the guidance of manager Eddie Howe, currently sits comfortably in third place with 70 points. They hold a four-point lead over fifth-placed Liverpool, who also have one match left to play. Meanwhile, Manchester United trails closely behind in fourth place with 69 points but still has two games remaining.
The Foxes, now in 18th place, moved above Leeds United on goal difference and must secure a win against West Ham United in their final game while hoping 17th-placed Everton fails to triumph over Bournemouth.
In a strange turn of events, Leicester, who spent the entire match defending their penalty area, suddenly displayed moments of danger during the five minutes of stoppage time.
A spectacular save by Newcastle's goalkeeper Nick Pope denied Timothy Castagne's effort, preventing the Foxes from securing a shocking victory.
As the final whistle blew, the St James' Park faithful erupted in immense celebration, overwhelmed by the astonishing transformation of their club. Since the consortium led by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund acquired Newcastle United in October 2021, the team has experienced an extraordinary turnaround.
Previously languishing in 19th place and facing the threat of relegation under their unpopular owner Mike Ashley, Newcastle United, with the appointment of Eddie Howe and shrewd transfer business, has now reclaimed its place among Europe's footballing giants.