Tottenham also put their crisis aside by taking on Newcastle

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Manchester City is not the only one that has brushed aside its bad moments. Tottenham, who lost the lead after accumulating 5 consecutive games without a win, fought Newcastle to change their dynamics (4-1) in a direct competition to be in the Champions League next season.

Heing-min Son was the man of the match. The spotlight was on the ‘Spur’ captain after his departure after losing to West Ham during the week and assured that the level of the team was “unacceptable” and he put his teammates behind him.

The match was good. Coming and going and there, with gaps, is where the South Korean is deadly. And it started by scaring Newcastle more, because this type of match suits them very well. Bruno Guimaraes and especially Isak, who was only bothered by Davies, came close to scoring before the first ten minutes.

Little by little Tottenham started to connect with Son and that was fatal. Trippier was unable to stop the winger, leaving him completely unseated twice in the space of a few minutes. Almost in a similar fashion, rushing to the baseline and helping behind first for Udogie (26′) and then for Richarlison (38′).

Newcastle was affected. No matter how hard Bruno Guimaraes, a professional firefighter, did, and the team improved slightly after going through the locker room, the truth is that Vicario was hardly shocked, while Duvrabka was saved by the wood of the third.

It came. Tottenham took advantage of the spaces admirably and Pedro Porro, on his fine right foot, produced a fantastic pass through the Magpie defense to give Richarlison another goal (60′). The match was decided, and Newcastle just had to hang on, because Spurs deserved to win more. A fourth goal came, from a penalty after Dubravka brought down Son himself, who converted (85′) but there were plenty of other clear-cut chances along the way, such as another Brennan Johnson goal , who was left without a single prize despite his excellent game.

In the end, in stoppage time, Joelinton reversed Newcastle’s defeat, chaining their second successive defeat after defeat at Everton and squandering a chance to move closer to the top.

match lineup

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Tottenham Hotspur Stadium

Away from Newcastle United
13Guglielmo Vicario

Martin Dubravka1

23Pedro Porro

Kieran Trippier2

82′


85′

38Destiny Udogie

25′

Tino Livramentotwenty-one

73′

8Yves Bissouma

85′

Bruno Guimaraes39

17Christian Romero

79′

Jamaal Lascelles6

58′

33Ben Davies

Fabian Schär5

22Brennan Johnson

85′

Lewis Miley67

29Pape Matar Sarr

72′

Joelinton7

68′

90′

9Richarlison

37′

59′



72′

Alexander Isaac14

63′

twenty-oneDejan Kulusevski

Miguel Almiron24

63′

7Son Heung-Min

84′


90′

Anthony Gordon10

73′

Home Tottenham Hotspur

Replacements

Away from Newcastle United
twentyFraser Forster

Loris Karius18

12Emerson Royal

Mark Gillespie29

65Alfie Dorrington

Paul Dummett3

4Oliver Skipp

85′

Emil Kraft17

85′

5Pierre-Emile Højbjerg

72′

Lewis Halltwenty

73′

18Giovani Lo Celso

72′

Alex Murphy54

ElevenBryan Gil

85′

Matt RitchieEleven

73′

36Alejo Veliz

Sean Longstaff36

63′

63Jamie Donley

90′

Callum Wilson9

63′

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coach

Away from Newcastle United

Ange Postecoglou

Eddie Howe

Source: La Verdad

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