Newcastle Vs Tottenham Match Report

Newcastle Humilate Spurs With 6-1 Win

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Newcastle United proved to be a force to reckon with in their showdown with Tottenham Hotspur at St. James’ Park. The opening 21 minutes saw six goals from the hosts, putting them ahead of Spurs and cementing their place as one of the favourites for a Champions League return.

The game began with a goal from Jacob Murphy after only 61 seconds, which was followed by Joelinton and another from Murphy. All of these happened in just nine minutes. Spurs fans left the stadium, disappointed by the poor start of their team.

Then, Murphy and Isak added two more goals, bringing the score to 5-0 within just 21 minutes. At this point, many more Spurs fans left the stadium. The first half ended 5-0.

Former Tottenham and Newcastle left-back Danny Rose, who was at St James’ Park analysing the game for Sky Sports, expressed his surprise at being unemployed after seeing how poorly Tottenham were playing. He said, “There have been so many mistakes. All I’ve been thinking all half is ‘how am I unemployed?!'”

Chris Waddle, a former England winger who played for both teams in the 1980s, was also in the stadium summarising for BBC Radio 5 Live. He was disappointed with Spurs’ performance and said, “Tottenham are a shambles. They consider themselves as a top-four club. It’s embarrassing.”

At half-time, millions of people across the UK heard a loud alarm on their phones at 15:00 BST, a government test system that had been planned in advance. That was at half-time in this game.

The second half began with a substitution of the Spurs’ goalkeeper Hugo Lloris, who was replaced by Joe Hart. The Spurs tried to redeem themselves with a goal from Harry Kane, but Callum Wilson scored a goal for Newcastle, making it 6-1 in favour of the home team.

What Does This Mean for Tottenham Hotspur?
The beginning of the end for Antonio Conte as Spurs manager was when he called his players “selfish” and said they were “not a team” after a 3-3 draw at Southampton on 18 March. He left the club shortly after by mutual consent, but the decision to put his long-time assistant Cristian Stellini in charge until they find a new manager this summer was not widely praised at the time and a few weeks on looks even less astute.

It was at 5-0 after 21 minutes that Stellini decided his decision to send Spurs out with a back four for the first time in 15 months was, in hindsight, not a good one. The Spurs now sit six points behind Newcastle and Manchester United, in third and fourth respectively, having played more games than both.

Newcastle’s win was a result of an outstanding performance by the team, proving that they are serious contenders for a Champions League return. Tottenham, on the other hand, need to focus on regrouping and getting back on track after such a shambolic performance. It remains to be seen how they will recover from this significant setback.

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