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Stats from BBC Sport:

Tottenham 1 Newcastle 0


Spurs: Kane 50

Possession was Spurs 63% Newcastle 37%

Total shots were Spurs 11 Newcastle 14

Shots on target were Spurs 7 Newcastle 3

Corners were Spurs 6 Newcastle 4

Referee: Neil Swarbrick

Newcastle United:

Dubravka, Yedlin, Lascelles, Lejeune, Dummett, Ritchie, Shelvey, Diame, Kenedy (Murphy 71), Perez, Gayle (Joselu 76)

Unused Subs:

Darlow, Hayden, Manquillo, Haidara, Merino

Crowd; 54,923  (3,100 Newcastle)

(NUFC instant fan/writer reaction to the match HERE)

(Rafa relates the ‘facts’ of the match – Read HERE)

(Chelsea game is now the £9.5m match for Newcastle United – Read HERE)

(Newcastle v Chelsea now set for Live TV – Read HERE)

(Read our match report HERE)

  • Paul Patterson

    Difficult to be harsh on anyone. The team played well and if you’d put Harry Kane in a Newcastle shirt, we would have won. Our striker/no 10’s need three clear cut chances to score, Kane needs just one. That’s the sole difference.

    • Simon Ritter

      Funnily enough, Kane missed at least three decent chances, partly thanks to Dubravka. If England are relying on “the s*** Alan Shearer” this summer (you will get that reference is you were at Wembley last night) I fear the worst. As for the ratings, spectators should be the only ones having a vote. TV coverage, even when showing the entire match, can be deceptive because the cameras centre their coverage on the ball, so what players are doing out of possession is missed. And with highlights, they are at the whim of directors, editors and others stuck in a TV studio or a van. Misleading at best, utterly unbalanced at worst.

      • Wor Lass

        Whilst your point about TV coverage is true, dont forget that some of the people who go to the games don`t know their ar$e from their elbow.

        • Simon Ritter

          Fair point, Wor Lass, but they are all entitled to vote, having made the effort to attend. It’s called democracy. As my old history teacher Mr Ridyard said: “Not exactly perfect, but nobody has found a better system.”

          • Wor Lass

            Exactly – that`s why I`m not into blocking people.

          • Simon Ritter

            At the risk of turning this into a Noble/Pogba love-in (and how did they escape with only a yellow card each?) I’m not calling for people to be blocked. What I would like is a bit of self-censorship; those who were not there should realise their judgment is flawed and therefore they should abstain.

  • Wor Lass

    Everyone put a shift in last night – which begs the question as to why they didnt in the previous three. I really wish the Mag would format this so the averages didnt appear until after submitting your own marks.