0-1 (Joelinton 27')
Goals and Highlights: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Newcastle United,
2019-20 Premier League
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Goals and Highlights: Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Newcastle United, 2019-20 Premier League

Follow along for Tottenham Hotspur vs Newcastle live stream, TV channel, line-ups, preview and score updates from the 2019 Premier League match. Kick-off time: 16:30 BST.

Adam Thomason
Tottenham Hotspur FCLloris, Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Rose, Winks, Sissoko, Lamela, Lucas, Son, Kane.
Newcastle UnitedDúbravka, Krafth, Schär, Lascelles, Dummett, Ritchie, Hayden, Longstaff, Saint-Maximin, Joelinton, Almirón.
INCIDENTSYellow card ( Winks,11'), Goal to Newcastle (Joelinton, 27'), Yellow card (Ritchie, 47'), Yellow card (Rose, 65'), Yellow card (Joelinton, 87)
FT: Tottenham 0-1 Newcastle
A solid defensive performance from Newcastle kept Spurs out who couldn't create enough chances.

Joelinton's first half strike proved to be enough for the Magpies to take all three points.

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90+3' Sissoko's driven ball found Kane but he couldn't get enough contact on the ball.
90' There will be six minutes off added time at the end of this game.
Spurs substitution
OFF: Rose

ON: Davies

Yellow card
87' Joelinton is booked for time wasting when being substituted.
Newcastle substitution
OFF: Joelinton

ON: Muto

Newcastle substitution
OFF: Lascelles

ON: Fernandez

80' Sissoko finds Moura who has a good chance to equalise but he can't keep his first time effort down.
VAR rule out another Spurs penalty claim
79' Lascelles appeared to put his arm across Harry Kane and bring him down, although once again, VAR decides against awarding a penalty to the home side.
Substitution for Newcastle
77' Spurs are still struggling to make any chances in this one, the Newcastle defence is holding strong as things stand.
Yellow card
65' Danny Rose becomes the third player to be booked in this game.
Two substitutions for Spurs
ON: Eriksen, Lo Celso

OFF: Walker-Peters, Lamela

Lo Celso makes his first appearance at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.

51' Son's shot on the edge of the box almost fell to Lamela for a tap in but Schar made a vital interception.
Yellow card
47' Matt Ritchie is booked for a sliding tackle on Walker-Peters.
The second half has begun
Newcastle have got this second half underway, can they hold on for an invaluable three points?
HT: Tottenham 0-1 Newcastle
Despite Spurs having much more of the ball, the home side have struggled to create chances against the strong defensive unit of Newcastle.

After Joelinton was found in the box with plenty of space, he got his first Premier League goal for the club to give the Magpies the lead.

45' There will be a minimum of three added minutes added on at the end of this first half.
39' Son gets past a couple of Newcastle players on the edge of the box before shooting wide of the target.
33' Spurs have their first chance of the game as the ball falls to Son at the back post, his volley is saved well by Dubravka.
32' Danny Rose goes down in the box again for Spurs but once more both Mike Dean and VAR decide against giving a penalty.
GOAL! Tottenham 0-1 Newcastle
27' Atsu picks out Joelinton who has far too much space in the box, he finishes it well and gives the away side the lead.
23' Newcastle with the best chance of the game.

Joelinton finds Longstaff with space on the right hand side of the box, he struck it well and Lloris had to make the save.

Newcastle have a corner.

VAR penalty check...
21' Son goes down in the box after a sliding tackle by Schar, the referee decides not to give a penalty and VAR agrees.
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Newcastle substitution
16' Saint-Maximin, who makes his first start for Newcastle today, has picked up an injury and will have to come off.

It looks as though he has felt his hamstring.

Christian Atsu comes on to replace him.

12' Ritchie takes a quick free-kick to Saint-Maximin who appears to have space on the left hand side of the box, although he doesn't make any contact with the ball as it goes out of play.
Yellow card
10' Harry Winks is booked for Spurs for a pull on the shirt after Lamela was dispossessed.
8' The home side are having a lot of the ball but have been unable to break down Newcastle as of yet, the away side are defending in numbers.
2' Sissoko wins the ball back for Spurs in the middle of the pitch and breaks forward, there is a good challenge on him though before he could pick out the run of Lamela.
We're underway!
The home side have taken the kick-off and we are underway here in North London, Spurs are looking to go level on points with Manchester City whilst the Magpies are desperate for their first point of the season.
Five minutes to go...
The teams have completed their warm-ups on the pitch and there is just five minutes to go until kick-off here at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium.
Will he need assistance from VAR today?
Elsewhere in the Premier League: Bournemouth 1-3 Manchester City (FT)
The champions have got back to winning ways today, can Spurs get all three points too and go level on points with City?

Will he get a goal today?
Son is straight into the starting XI after completing a three game suspension which he picked up in a 1-0 defeat last season against Bournemouth.

Could Spurs' team news be telling ahead of the European transfer deadline?
There is once again no place in the matchday squad for Serge Aurier and Victor Wanyama for the home side.

Christian Eriksen is also on the bench for Spurs, like he was for the first game of the season.

All of those players have been linked with moves away from the club, with the European transfer deadline on September 2nd.

Allan Saint-Maximin makes his first start for Steve Bruce's side after signing in the summer.

Sean Longstaff also comes into the starting XI, with Jonjo Shelvey and Ki Sung-yueng dropping out of the side that lost 3-1 at Carrow Road last weekend.

Team news: Newcastle
Son Heung-min makes his first appearance for Spurs after completing his suspension that he picked up towards the end of last season.

Jan Vertonghen does not make the starting XI once more and neither does Christian Eriksen, with his immediate future at the club up in the air.

Lucas Moura comes in for the injured Tanguy Ndombele.

Team news: Tottenham
Head to Head: Can Spurs make it five in a row?
Spurs have won their last four games in a row against Newcastle, all of them coming in the Premier League. 

They have done that a couple of times before, although they have never beaten the Magpies five times in succession, will they be able to do it today?

Elsewhere in the Premier League: Bournemouth 1-2 Manchester City (HT)
Harry Wilson's fantastic free-kick has got the home side back in the game, could the champions drop points again?

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The sides met in August last season too, with Spurs winning the game 2-1
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'We have to perform better than we did last week, and I’m sure we will': Steve Bruce determined ahead of Spurs clash
Reflecting on his side's last result ahead of this weekends game, Bruce admitted they were simply not good enough.

“We didn’t play well enough – quite simply. And I think the players fully understand that. It’s a bit early for soul searching – we have to perform better than we did last week, and I’m sure we will.”

Speaking about the challenge of a game against Spurs, he had this to say:

“They’re a very, very good side. We’re under no illusions as to how difficult it will be, but hopefully it’s just the right type of game for us.

We know we’ll have to play well to get anything at all – far better than we did last week.”

Pochettino speaks ahead of his 500th game as a manager, reiterating how he wants to win a trophy this season
The Spurs boss was asked about the weeks training and he spoke about the return of both Alli and Son.

"Sonny is going to be available and that’s another option. Dele, we have one training session left and then we’ll decide if he will be involved.

"The manager always wants players available to have the options to take decisions. We are happy, we are positive, and we hope to have a good game on Sunday. The three points are so important.”

The Argentinian wants improvement from his side against Newcastle, he said:

“After a difficult start, we don’t know if they are going to change something, but they will come here and try to be aggressive, try to be compact and in the Premier League, every game is different from one week to the next. The most important thing is us. We need to improve in the way we want to play and compete in the best way.”

This will be the 500th managerial game for Pochettino, here's what he had to say when informed of that:

“500 already! It’s unbelievable! I feels like yesterday that I started my career as a coach. My first official game was unbelievable. It was against Pep Guardiola  in the Copa Del Rey. It was a draw, 0-0.

My first official game at Tottenham, very good memories, 1-0 at Upton Park in a very difficult game. Eric Dier in the last minute. I am so happy. I hope this season to lift a trophy. This is my dream.”


Newcastle predicted XI

               Schar, Lascelles, Dummett

Krafth, Hayden Shelvey, Longstaff, Ritchie

                      Almiron, Joelinton

Tottenham predicted XI

Walker-Peters, Alderweireld, Sanchez, Rose

                          Sissoko, Winks

                      Son, Lamela, Eriksen


Newcastle team news
Steve Bruce has confirmed that Allan Saint-Maximin should be available for the game after missing the previous fixture against Norwich.

This game will come to early for both Dwight Gayle and Andy Carroll, who will both be unavailable.

Although, the manager also confirmed that both Atsu and Joelinton are fine and will be available for selection.

Tottenham team news
Heung-Min Son will more than likely make his first appearance of the season after returning from suspension which began after Spurs' defeat to Bournemouth at the end of last season.

Dele Alli has returned to training for the home side after recovering from a hamstring injury.

Although, summer signing Tanguy Ndombele, who already has one goal and an assist for his new team, will be unavailable after picking up a minor thigh injury in training.

Juan Foyth and Ryan Sessegnon, with the latter yet to make his debut for the club, are both out injured and are continuing rehabilitation.

Steve Bruce still searching for first point as Newcastle manager
Steve Bruce faced a difficult start to Premier League life as Newcastle manager, facing Arsenal in the first game of the season.

Despite an encouraging first half display, the Magpies were beaten 1-0 after a mistake by debutant Willems.

Their second game of the new campaign was even worse though, losing 3-1 to newly promoted Norwich at Carrow Road thanks to a hat-trick from Teemu Pukki.

As challenging as the game against Spurs will be, Bruce will be desperate to get at least a point on the board to get his side up and running for the season.

VAR came to Spurs' rescue in their draw with Manchester City
Spurs will be looking for three points after a hard earned point against the champions
It has been a positive start to the season for Mauricio Pochettino's team.

They began with a 3-1 victory at home to newly promoted Aston Villa, despite going behind in the first half.

They then faced a difficult game away against Manchester City, although through goals from Lamela and Lucas Moura, they were able to get a point in a 2-2 draw.

That will be seen as a very good result, but they will be wanting to get back to winning ways on Sunday.

Kick-off time
The Spurs vs Newcastle match will be played at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in North London. The kick-off is scheduled at 15:00
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