Tottenham vs Newcastle Results


Tottenham Bounces Back with a Dominant 4-1 Victory Over Newcastle: Richarlison's Brilliance Ends Winless Streak

In a spectacular turnaround, Tottenham secured a resounding 4-1 victory against Newcastle, ending their five-game winless streak at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. Richarlison, making his first start since October, stole the show with a superb brace, contributing significantly to Spurs' emphatic win.

The breakthrough came as defender Destiny Udogie powered home a left-wing delivery from Heung-Min Son, putting Spurs in the lead. Richarlison then showcased his goal-scoring prowess, converting a close-range cross from Son for his first goal and adding a second with a well-timed finish from a looping Pedro Porro pass in the second half.

Son, who played a pivotal role in setting up goals, later sealed the victory for Spurs by calmly converting a penalty after being brought down by Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka. Despite Joelinton's late consolation goal for Newcastle, Spurs' dominance remained unchallenged throughout the match.

Tottenham entered the game under scrutiny for surrendering leads in five consecutive matches, but this victory displayed their resilience and attacking prowess. The win places Spurs within three points of the top four, establishing a comfortable three-point lead over sixth-placed Manchester United. Meanwhile, Newcastle finds themselves seven points adrift of fourth place in the seventh position.

Player Ratings:

Tottenham: Vicario (7), Porro (8), Romero (7), Davies (7), Udogie (8), Sarr (7), Bissouma (7), Johnson (8), Kulusevski (8), Richarlison (8), Son (9).

Subs: Hojbjerg (6), Lo Celso (7), Skipp (6), Gil (6), Donley (6).

Newcastle: Dubravka (5), Trippier (4), Schar (5), Lascelles (5), Livramento (5), Miley (6), Guimaraes (6), Joelinton (6), Almiron (6), Gordon (6), Isak (6).

Subs: Wilson (7), Longstaff (6), Hall (6), Ritchie (6), Krafth (6).

Player of the Match: Heung-Min Son

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