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    Starting XI

    • 1 Robert Elliot Goalkeeper
    • 2 Ciaran Clark Defender
    • 20 Florian Lejeune Defender
    • 3 Paul Dummett Defender
    • 19 Javier Manquillo Defender
    • 17 Ayoze Pérez Midfielder
    • 14 Isaac Hayden Midfielder
    • 11 Matt Ritchie Midfielder
    • 8 Jonjo Shelvey Midfielder
    • 30 Christian Atsu Midfielder
    • 9 Dwight Gayle Striker
    • Substitutes

      • 16 Rolando Aarons Substitute
      • 23 Mikel Merino Substitute
      • 26 Karl Darlow Substitute
      • 6 Jamaal Lascelles Substitute
      • 7 Jacob Murphy Substitute
      • 45 Aleksandar Mitrovic Substitute
      • 18 Chancel Mbemba Substitute

Newcastle United vs Tottenham Hotspur

Newcastle United
Full Time
13 Aug 2017 13:30 St. James' Park English Barclays Premier League
Tottenham Hotspur
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61’ Dele Alli

70’ Ben Davies

93’ FULL TIME: Newcastle United 0-2 Tottenham Hotspur.
91’ Chance! Son puts Kane through on goal but he is denied by the post!
90’ SUB: Winks comes on for Dembele.
90’ There will be a minimum of 3 minutes added time.
86’ Yellow: Davies grants Newcastle a free kick in a good crossing position and finds himself in the book.
82’ SUB: Wanyama replaces goal scorer Deli Ali.
76’ SUB: Gayle is replaced by Merino in Newcastle's final change.
71’ Goal! Ben Davies doubles Spurs lead! Some intricate passing by spurs leads to Eriksen picking out Davies in the box who finished neatly. Newcastle 0-2 Spurs.
67’ A decent corner for Tottenham which is delivered by Eriksen. It meets the head of Alderweireld but he cannot quite get it on target as the Magpies eventually clear.
61’ Goal! Spurs Lead! A brilliant dink by Eriksen splits the Newcastle defense and Ali is on the end of it to finish with a smart volley! Newcastle 0-1 Spurs.
58’ SUB: Sissoko is replaced by Son.
53’ YELLOW: Ritchie is booked for a late challenge on Ali.
52’ Chance! The ball deflects to Kane who is clear through on goal! However his shot is strait at Elliot.
49’ RED CARD: Jonjo Shelvey is sent off after stamping on the ankle of Deli Ali. Terrible sportsmanship from the midfielder and he really has made Newcastle's job a whole lot more difficult.
48’ HALF TIME: Newcastle 0-0 Tottenham.
46’ And the second half is underway as both sides look to break the dead lock.
45’ There will be 3 minutes added on.
40’ Eriksen shoots from range but Elliot is up for the task.
34’ SUB: Lejeune is forced off by injury for Mbemba.
33’ More bad news for Newcastle as Lejeune is off the pitch in some discomfort as he receives treatment.
32’ Yellow Card: Harry Kane is booked for a bad tackle on Lejeune.
26’ Some good work down the touch line by Atsu earns Newcastle a corner. But it comes to nothing.
22’ Close! The cross finds Kane, who can't connect well enough as Elliot gathers.
21’ Walker-Pieters wins a free kick in a dangerous crossing position. Eriksen is over it.
16’ OFFSIDE! Gayle gets in front of a desperate Walker-Pieters and wins what would be a clear penalty, only to see the raised offside flag.
14’ Spurs are starting to see more of the ball as they enjoy a lengthy spell of possession. No clear cut chances thus far for the away side.
9’ Dembele finds space to shoot from outside the area but his shot his blocked.
8’ SUB: Dummet can't continue and is replaced by Lascelles.
7’ Dummet is down injured and it looks as though he'll require a sub. Lascelles is warming up.
5’ Chance! Dummet hooks the ball over the spurs back line to find Gayle, who's volleyed effort is over the bar. Newcastle will be pleased with the way they've started the game.
1’ And we're underway! Newcastle kick us off and are scoring from right to left.
0’ Good afternoon and welcome to this game week one Premier League clash between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur, live from St James' Park.
0’ The newly promoted Newcastle will look to get their season off to a positive start. After spending only one season in the second tier, manager Rafa Benitez will look to reestablish Newcastle in The Premier League.
0’ Having come second last season, Spurs will have their eyes firmly set on the title this time around. They'll hope to make every game count even in these early stages of the season with the likes of Harry Kane and Deli Ali leading their attacking lines.
0’ Newcastle XI: Elliot, Manquillo, Lejeune, Clark, Dummet, Shelvey, Hayden, Ritchie, Perez, Atsu, Gayle.
0’ Spurs XI: Lloris, Walker-Pieters, Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies, Dier, Dembele, Sissoko, Ali, Eriksen, Kane.
0’ We're moments away from kick off as the teams start to make their way through the tunnel. Andre Marriner will be the referee for todays affair.
0’ Tottenham Hotspur XI: Lloris, Walker-Peters, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Davies, Dembélé, Sissoko, Eriksen, Dier, Dele Alli, Kane
0’ Tottenham Hotspur Subs: Janssen, Carter-Vickers, Vorm, Wanyama, Son Heung-Min, Wimmer, Winks
0’ Newcastle United XI: Elliot, Clark, Lejeune, Dummett, Manquillo, Shelvey, Ritchie, Hayden, Ayoze Pérez, Gayle, Atsu
0’ Newcastle United Subs: Aarons, Merino, Darlow, Lascelles, Jacob Murphy, Mitrovic, Mbemba


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    Starting XI

    • 1 Hugo Lloris Goalkeeper
    • 37 Kyle Walker-Peters Defender
    • 5 Jan Vertonghen Defender
    • 4 Toby Alderweireld Defender
    • 33 Ben Davies Defender
    • 20 Dele Alli Midfielder
    • 15 Eric Dier Midfielder
    • 23 Christian Eriksen Midfielder
    • 17 Moussa Sissoko Midfielder
    • 19 Mousa Dembélé Midfielder
    • 10 Harry Kane Striker
    • Substitutes

      • 5 Kevin Wimmer Substitute
      • 7 Son Heung-Min Substitute
      • 12 Victor Wanyama Substitute
      • 13 Michel Vorm Substitute
      • 16 Cameron Carter-Vickers Substitute
      • 9 Vincent Janssen Substitute
      • 29 Harry Winks Substitute