Ben Davies, Dele Alli star in Tottenham's win against Newcastle

Vincent De Villiers
Agosto 13, 2017

Last season's Premier League runners-up Tottenham Hotspur get their 2017/18 campaign underway with a hard test against newboys Newcastle United.

Then Jonjo Shelvey made a decision to stand on Dele Alli.

Harry Kane, last season's Golden Boot victor, could have added more gloss but struck the post late on and his wait for a Premier League goal in August continues.

The Spaniard stated Kane's scything first-half tackle on debutant Lejeune, which forced the Frenchman off with an injury and only received a yellow card, was the worst action of the match.

Dele Alli scores past Rob Elliot.

Moussa Sissoko was booed as his return to St James' Park ended with Son Heung-min taking his place before the hour mark, and Tottenham soon made their extra man count.

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With 20 minutes left, Ben Davies was found by Eriksen with the Welshman scoring the second goal of the game.

Let's see how today's game will go for Newcastle, as manager Benitez still thinks his team is lacking some quality players to survive in the Premier League.

Newcastle's cause wasn't helped by losing defenders Paul Dummett and Florian Lejeune - the 200th French player to feature in a Premier League game - to injury in the first half.

The brain-fade derailed Newcastle's momentum and any chance of pulling off an upset against last years Premier League runner-ups.

The referee had no other option than to issue a clear red card to the England global.

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