Tottenham Hotspur played Newcastle at home in a tough match. It was a good 90 minutes of action for both teams, and they both learned a lot. Newcastle United hasn't won in a while, and this is their third defeat in a row.
Second-half goals from Harry Kane and Heung Min Son helped Tottenham Hotspur to a victory. Doherty scored a beautiful goal to make it 2-1 before Son added a second goal to make it 3-0.
The third goal of the second half was scored by Emerson Royal, making the score 4-1 in favor of Tottenham Hotspur. It wasn't enough for Tottenham.
Steven Bergwijn made a big difference right away when he came on for Emerson Royal, who scored the fourth goal for Tottenham.
As a result of this huge victory, Tottenham Hotspur has moved up to fourth place in the EPL table. This is only expected to last for a short time, though, because Arsenal will play Crystal Palace on Monday and they also have an outstanding game left to play.
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