Published: Sun, August 13, 2017
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Tottenham down 10-man Newcastle 2-0

Tottenham down 10-man Newcastle 2-0

Magpies Captain Jonjo Shelvey received his marching orders after stamping on Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli.

Alli opened his scoring account in his first game of the season, building on his career-high 18 goals from last season.

Spurs lacked ingenuity and Kane was shown a yellow card for scything down Lejeune in a tackle that brought the Frenchman's outing to an early end.

Harry Kane leads the line, while Eric Dier - who has previously played at full-back - and Mousa Dembele play in central midfield. "It's more risky. We lost one player from that", Benitez told BBC Sport. We had control and we were helped by the red card but I think we deserved to win the game.

The French defender is limping badly after that challenge and it looks like his afternoon is over.

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Nixon's claim follows long reported links between Newcastle and Ojo, while former senior Sky Sports reporter Graeme Bailey recently claimed that the attacker was set to make a decision on his future with both Fulham and Middlesbrough waiting on a loan move.

"Hopefully he [Shelvey] will learn from that".

"Jonjo knows he has made a mistake and he apologised but we lost the game".

"To go to the point that it was 0-0 and the chances we had on the counter-attack against a good team, it's a pity that everything changed".

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