Harry Kane was on target as Tottenham came from behind to beat 10-man Newcastle United 2-3 in a game that saw a fan collapse, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
The first half of the encounter was filled with so much from the goals and incidents happening in the stands which saw the game interrupted.
Newcastle United set the party going as Callum Wilson scored in the 2nd minutes of the game after a nice buildup from play saw the forward making things 1-0.
It was looking good for the home side who are playing their first game after the takeover of the club by the Saudi’s.
Tanguy Ndombele scored in the 17th minute of the game to level the scoreline 1-1 thanks to a sensational display from Tottenham which saw them getting themselves back in the match.
Harry Kane gave them the lead in the 22nd minute of the encounter after good teamwork efforts with Hoejbjerg before the English man strike beat the goalkeeper to make it 1-2.
The game was briefly interrupted as a fan collapsed in the homestand which saw Sergi Reguillon sprinted to the referee to let him know about the situation.
Eric Dier ran to the dugout and told the medical staff to bring out a defibrillator, and everything was later resolved with the match resuming.
Heung Min Son scored another goal to extend the lead in the 45th minute plus added time which the forward smashed one home to make the scoreline 1-3 as it progressed.
The first half came to an end with Tottenham heading into the break with a huge advantage against Newcastle United who was rendered powerless at home.
Second Half Report
The second half was evenly matched as both sides showed so much quality moving forward and ensuring they made things happen in both ends.
Tottenham remained dominant with their lead kept intact from the first half of the encounter which saw them coming from behind to sink their opponent.
Newcastle United did everything possible to make sure they pull back into the game as it progressed further with them running out of time to get it done.
Things got worst for the home side as Jonjo Shelvey was shown a second yellow card which saw him sent off in the 83rd minute.
The game continued with Eric Dier conceding an own-goal which saw the scoreline cut to 2-3 after pressure from the home side saw them pulling one goal in the 89th minute.
Hostilities ended in the second half with Tottenham taking all three points after coming from behind to beat Newcastle United 1-3 away from home.
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