Tottenham Hostspur went away from home to play against Newcastle United, and they won with a 3-1 scoreline.
Here are 6 things we saw during the match.
1. Mourinho sends out a strong starting lineup.
Tottenham Hostspur coach, Jose Mourinho, sent out a very strong lineup for the Newcastle United clash.
2. Heung Min opens the scoring for Tottenham.
Just in the 27th minute of the match, Heung Min Son opened the scoring for Tottenham.
The goal came after Giovanni Lo Celso put a pass to him, and he finished it off.
3. Newcastle gets an equalizer.
Matt Ritche scored the equalizer for Newcastle United in the 56th minute to make the score 1-1.
Serge Aurier made a weak attempt to clear the ball, which put his team in trouble. Matt Ritche reacted well to the loose ball, and then put it away into the Tottenham goalpost.
4. Tottenham makes a key substitution.
Tottenham made a key substitution in the 57th minute of the match right after Newcastle scored an equalizer.
Steve Bergwijn came in to replace Lucas Moura, and he later went on to to assist Harry Kane's goal.
5. Harry Kane scores to give the Tottenham the lead again.
Just 4 minutes after Newcastle equalised, Harry Kane struck to give back the lead to Tottenham.
In the 60th minute, substitute, Steve Bergwijn, made a great cross into the Newcastle box, and Kane met the cross with a strong header to give Tottenham a 2-1 lead.
6. Harry Kane scores again to make it 3-1 for Tottenham.
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