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- 1st Half
Tottenham Hotspur - Newcastle United
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- End of 2nd Half
Unbelievable. How on earth have Newcastle rescued a point there?
Mourinho will be livid. Truly, livid. And rightly so. Spurs dominated the game and should have been out of sight by half-time. But with these new handball rules anything can happen.
VAR will receive an absolute trashing this week. Get ready.
- Goal by penaltyCallum WilsonNewcastle United
Wilson puts it away! Mourinho walks away disgusted. How on earth have Newcastle rescued a point here.
That is an absolute farce if you ask me, but here we go.
PENALTY TO NEWCASTLE
Carroll is onside (he headed the ball at Dier's hand).
Is it a pen?
Hold on. VAR is being check for a possible Dier handball in the box...
And it's being double checked as their may have been an offside in the build-up to that handball.
Do you follow me?
Almost a calamity for Spurs as Davies clears the ball against Hojberg and it sails just wide! That's Newcastle's best chance of the game!
Bale watches on in a massive coat. He will be keen to get involved and finish some of the many chances that Kane has created.
Lamela goes for a cheeky attempt at goal but Darlow is savvy to punch clear.
- Yellow cardJamal LewisNewcastle United
Spurs are just knocking it about the Newcastle box, patiently waiting for a way through.
Doherty is taken down on the edge of the box and wins a free-kick. Lewis picks up a yellow card.
I genuinely had to check Lloris was the Spurs goalie todya because I've barely seen that half of the pitch. He could have taken the day off.
Newcastle have had two shots on target in three matches. They scored them both.
- OffGiovani Lo CelsoTottenham Hotspur
- OnTanguy N'DombeleTottenham Hotspur
Newcastle have 13 minutes left to challenge Hugo Lloris in the Spurs goal. And maybe even score, but let's start with small steps.
Ndombele is on for Spurs.
- OffJeff HendrickNewcastle United
- OnJacob MurphyNewcastle United
Murphy is on for Newcastle as Bruce throws the dice.
Lo Celso tries to slide one through for Kane but Lascelles once again clears.
Rinse and repeat.
I'm annoyed at Newcastle because at the same time as not trying to get a result, they've somehow made this a boring scoreline.
- OffMatt RitchieNewcastle United
- OnJamal LewisNewcastle United
Jamal Lewis is forced on to the field after a heavy collision between Ritchie and Doherty forces the Newcastle man off,
Lascelles is winded after blocking a Kane effort. Spurs are back on top now but that final ball is so lacking. They need to be far more clinical than this against half-decent opposition, and right now that does not include Newcastle.
Kane once again turns provider and his ball across goal is so dangerous yet nobody can quite get a touch on it.
Spurs just losing a bit of their attacking momentum here. Newcastle have had the lion's share of possession in the second half with 62%.
That said, Kane has yet another shot on target but Darlow makes yet another save.
Winks is absolutely livid to have given away a free-kick. And Newcastle almost make it count but Joelinton's whipped ball narrowly evades black shirts.
- Yellow cardJoelintonNewcastle United
Joelinton goes straight into the book as he takes down Moura on the run.
Dier once again sweeps up at the back as Newcastle just threaten their way back into the game with a spell of possession.
Lo Celso goes for goal now, a little selfishlessly perhaps. Darlow makes his seventh save of the day.
Darlow deals with it, but we've another corner as he punches behind.
Moura gets a head to it this time but Darlow catches.
Doherty wins a corner as Spurs pick up where they left off.
Early chance for Kane who can't connect on the turn 10 yards out,
- 2nd Half
WE'RE BACK UNDERWAY
- OffHeung-Min SonTottenham Hotspur
- OnSteven BergwijnTottenham Hotspur
Bergwijn is on for Son Heung-Min. Does the South Korean have a knock? Mourinho does like to rotate though and he might think this one is in the bag already...it basically is given Newcastle's performance.
- End of 1st Half
Spurs are just one up but it could and should be three or four or five. Some early Darlow heroics combined with some dodgy close-range finishing have kept this one in the balance.
Shelvey has Newcastle's first effort of the half but Shelvey sends the volley wide.
MAY I ASSIST YOU?
Lascelles receives a bit of treatment after Lo Celso and Moura both go in with heavy challenges.
- Yellow cardJonjo ShelveyNewcastle United
First booking of the day as Shelvey takes out Lo Celso.
Spurs will be wondering how they're just one up. It's utter dominance.
Son goes for goal 25 yards out and smacks the bar this time!
Almiron gives it away and Kane drives forward. He picks out Moura but the Brazilian's return pass is woeful.
That said, Joelinton dribbles past four Spurs players and is only denied a run at goal by Sanchez.
Almiron strikes at four or five Spurs bodies in the way as Newcastle search in vain for an equaliser during a rare attack.
They've barely been involved in this game but for Darlow.
Lo Celso has looked very good this afternoon and he digs one out for Son here only for Lascelles to clear for a corner.
Spurs could be four up!
Son finds Dier completely unmarked inside the box but he sends his header well wide. Dier is absolutely furious and we can hear the language that demonstrates that.
Son smacks the post with a bending effort!
Spurs almost score again as Kane plays through Son. The South Korean should go for goal but tries to pass it instead and fluffs his lines.
Seconds later Kane forces another great save from Darlow who was at full stretch to keep it out.
- GoalLucas MouraTottenham Hotspur
Lucas Moura secures his first Premier League goal in 2020 as Kane plays a lovely ball across the face of goal giving Moura a tap-in.
Gareth Bale claps in the stands.
Screams of handball against Hendrick on the edge of the Newcastle box...looked suspect to me I think.
Ritchie swings a great delivery over to Fernandez but Doherty clears for a corner.
Shelvey makes a mess of it and fails to clear the first man. Lascelles goes down in the area though and VAR are having a look...
Check complete and there's nothing amiss.
A heavy touch from Doherty does nobody any favours as Spurs continue to push that final third.
But they're lacking when they get there as Newcastle successfully crowd them out each and every time. It's all a bit scrappy.
Up the other end, Wilson wins a free-kick...
Son intercepts a Newcastle goal-kick and Kane is blatently offside but Son picks him out anyway.
Kane wasn't asking for it. A rare breakdown in comms between the regularly psychic pair.
Dier is a centre-back these days, and he does a find job of sweeping up a Magpies counter-attack.
Newcastle have to offer more though, they're just getting relentlessly pressed.
Quick throw-in finds Doherty some space down the right but he dawdles before picking out Kane.
He does win a corner, and Lo Celso's corner finds Kane but once again Darlow is there to stop Sanchez prodding in.
Kane could have two but with goalless thanks to Darlow.
Doherty is causing all sorts of trouble down the right, making runs in behind like he's some sort of winger.
Another great save from Darlow who might be in for one of those afternoons.
Doherty swings in for Kane whose header from three yards out is met by Darlow.
Newcastle flash their first warning sign in front of the Spurs goal as Almiron sprays right to Callum Wilson. Spurs clear their lines and go right on the offensive again.
Spurs are in complete control and have another free-kick but Son fails to clear the first man.
Newcastle have barely left the tunnel.
WHAT A SAVE!
Lo Celso forces a diving save from Darlow and Kane's follow-up is also blocked by the 'keeper when he looked for all the world like scoring.
Kane involved from the off as Moura almost finds the striker in space inside the box. The white shirts are looking lively.
And we have an early free-kick on our hands. Lo Celso steps up...
- 1st Half
HERE WE GOOOOOOO
THREE MINUTE WARNING
What's going on with Dele Alli then?
The darling of Spurs under Mauricio Pochettino but his form has dipped drastically over the last 18 months.
Now, he can't even make the squad. Will he seek a move to try and revive his career? Or will he fight for a return to the side?
Ndombele has stuck with it and fought his way back into contention, can Alli do the same?
Here's what Mourinho had to say on his commission...
He told Sky Sports: "We start with Kane, with Son, with Lucas, then on the bench we have Lamela and Bergwijn, and when the players are on the pitch they have to try to earn more minutes for the next match, and for the next match they have to fight for that."
EIGHT FROM EIGHT
Some late team news for you.
Moussa Sissoko has been removed from the Spurs bench - we assume that's injury related! Gedson Fernandes takes his place in the squad.
Will we see another haul from Son Heung-Min?
The South Korean scored four last week against Southampton, all assisted by Kane. A fantasy football dream if you own both (I do not).
Giovani Lo Celso starts ahead of Tanguy Ndombele, while Spurs' new signing Serge Reguilon takes to the bench.
Once again, there is no Dele Alli in the squad as the England international continues to be linked with a move away from north London. He played midweek in the Euopa League but missed out last weekend against Southampton.
As for Newcastle...
Joelinton replaces Andy Carroll in attack, Jamal Lewis and Allan Saint-Maximin miss out due to injury so Ritchie and Almiron take their places.
MORE TEAM NEWS
NEWCASTLE XI: Darlow, Manquillo, Fernandez, Lascelles, Hayden, Almiron, Hendrick, Shelvey, Ritchie, Wilson, Joelinton.
Subs: Gillespie, Carroll, Lewis, Krafth, Yedlin, Murphy, Longstaff.
SPURS XI: Lloris, Doherty, Sanchez, Dier, Davies, Winks, Hojbjerg, Lo Celso, Moura, Son, Kane.
Subs: Hart, Reguilon, Alderweireld, Lamela, Sissoko, Bergwijn, Ndombele.
SPURS VS NEWCASTLE
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A win and a loss apiece for these two sides so far this season, as they sit neatly with about six other teams on three points.
The Magpies are looking fresh with Freser and Wilson in the side, while Spurs fans will have to wait a little longer to get a glimpse of loan signing and returning hero Gareth Bale.
We have all the build-up, hype and highlights for you ahead of kick-off at 2pm.