Tottenham… came back with four in Newcastle!

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“Here” she shouted after 1.5 months Tottenham Hotspur! His team Angelos Postecoglouwho had been without a win since October 27, on a run of four defeats and a draw since then, scored two goals in each half, breaking up with 4-1 sad and weary Newcastle!

Great protagonist for the Londoners, o Richarlisonwho scored twice, and while so far he had just one league goal and this from the middle of September! Sean is over the moondid whatever the visitors’ defense wanted, making two assists, while Udoji also found the net for the first time since moving to the British capital last summer.

With this “three points” Tottenham “breathe” and reaching 30 points in 5th place, he came close to City in three, leaving Manchester United at -3 and Newcastle and Brighton at -4. For Newcastle this was the second crash in a row after the away treble from Everton and indeed, before the very big game against Milan in the English North.

The match

Tottenham entered exhausted in the match, showing from the start to her opponent what she will do command on his playing field Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The “magpies” appeared tired and simply watched the hosts play their game. Mostly, though… they saw – or better fooled- Sean setting up a party from the left, against the ill-fated Trippierwho could not stop him even with a lasso.

From an assist by the South Korean, after a collaboration with Udojithe latter opened the scoring in the 26th minute, scoring his first goal in the Tottenham shirt, while, in the 38th minute, Sean again, after “dancing” Trippier, “treated” him Richarlison the 2-0.

In the second 45 minutes, Newcastle tried to react, entering strongly. But cut off her legs Richarlison. In the 60th minute, the Brazilian, who is also having great difficulty scoring this year, found the net again from masterpiece ball of Poros and finished the job. From then on, Tottenham simply managed the match, putting icing on the cake. Sean redeemed his stunning display, scoring in the 85th minute with a penalty, which he won himself, to make it 4-0, with Zoellington in the 91st minute scoring the honors for Newcastle in a 4-1 final.

The rating:

In detail, the program of the 16th matchday:

Saturday (9/12)

Crystal Palace-Liverpool 1-2

(57′ pen. Mateta – 76′ Salah, 90′ Elliott)

Wolves-Nottingham Forest 1-1

(32′ Swing – 14′ Tofolo)

Manchester United-Bournemouth 0-3

(5′ Solanke, 68′ Billings, 73′ Senesi)

Brighton-Burnley 1-1

(77′ Antigra – 45′ Otobert)

Sheffield United-Bradford 1-0

(45’+1′ McAtee)

Aston Villa-Arsenal 1-0

(7′ McGinn)

Sunday (10/12)

Everton-Chelsea 2-0

(54′ Doucouret, 90’+2′ Dobbin)

Luton-Manchester City 1-2

(45’+2′ Antebayo – 62′ Bernardo Silva, 65′ Grillis)

Fulham-West Ham 5-0

(22′ Jimenez, 31′ Willian, 40′ Antarabioyo, 60′ Wilson, 89′ Carlos Vinicius)

Tottenham-Newcastle 4-1

(26′ Oudoji, 38′, 60′ Richarlison, 85′ Sean – 90’+1′ Zollington)

The schedule for the next (17th) matchday:

Friday (15/12)

Nottingham Forest-Tottenham (22:00)

Saturday (16/12)

Manchester City-Crystal Palace (17:00)

Bournemouth-Luton (17:00)

Newcastle-Fulham (17:00)

Chelsea-Sheffield United (17:00)

Burnley-Everton (19:30)

Sunday (17/12)

Arsenal-Brighton (16:00)

West Ham-Wolves (16:00)

Brentford-Aston Villa (16:00)

Liverpool-Manchester United (18:30)

Source: Sport Fm

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