Results English Premier League, Tottenham Beat Newcastle
Tottenham Hotspur recorded a positive start in Premier League first – Premier League caste – 2017-2018 season Sbobet Casino. Harry Kane et al 2-0 win over Newcastle United at St. James’ Park, Sunday (08/13/2017).
Two goals each Tottenham victory printed Dele Alli in the 61st minute and Ben Davies (70 ‘).
Tottenham can dominate the game despite playing in full support of Newcastle supporters.
Just 7 minutes of action rolling the home team had to make a substitution because of injuries suffered by Paul Dummet.
Coach Rafael Benitez was forced to make two substitutions in the first half because Florian Lejeune also suffered an injury in the 34th minute.
During the first 45 minutes the club nicknamed The Lilywhites get three good chances created by Christian Eriksen.
The first opportunity was created in the 17th minute when his shot from outside the penalty box successfully muffled Newcastle goalkeeper, Robert Elliot.
Two other opportunities also created by firing a shot from outside the penalty box Newcastle in the 26th minute and 41st.
Entering the second half Newcastle suffered a loss and had to play with 10 players due to unnecessary mistakes made Jonjo Shelvey in the 48th minute.
He deliberately stepped on Dele Alli’s foot just in front of referee Andre Marriner’s supervision. Marriner undoubtedly rewarded Shelvey with a red card.
The moment became the beginning of disaster for the Magpies – the nickname Newcastle – in this fight.
Tottenham are increasingly dominating the game managed to dismantle the Newcastle defense in the 61st minute.
Alli who escaped the escort managed to maximize bait Christian Eriksen into goals by releasing left-footed kick from close range.
Tottenham were able to double the lead to 2-0 in the 70th minute.
This time the goal was created wing defender, Ben Davies by converting a returning bait recorded on behalf of Eriksen.
Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur (Dele Alli 61 ‘, Ben Davies 70’)
Newcastle United: 1-Robert Elliot, 2-Ciaran Clark, 20-Florian Lejeune (18-Chancel Mbemba 34 ‘), 3-Paul Dummett (6-Jamaal Lascelles 7’), 19-Javi Manquillo, 8-Jonjo Shelvey, 11 -Matt Ritchie, 30-Christian Atsu, 14-Isaac Hayden, 9-Dwight Gayle (23-Mikel Merino 76 ‘), 17-Ayoze Perez
Coach: Rafael Benitez
Tottenham Hotspur: 1-Hugo Lloris, 5-Jan Vertonghen, 4-Toby Alderweireld, 33-Ben Davies, 37-Kyle Walker-Peters, 19-Moussa Dembele, 17-Moussa Sissoko (7-Son Heung-Min 58 ‘), 23-Christian Eriksen, 20-Dele Alli, 15-Eric Dier, 10-Harry Kane
Coach: Mauricio Pochettino
Referee: Andre Marriner