Kane’s brace not enough as Tottenham are held 2-2 against Newcastle United

It was honors even at St. James’ Park as Tottenham were held to a 2-2 draw against Newcastle United and dropped a magnificent chance to enter the top 4.
Willock’s goal five minutes from time rescued a point for the home side to put Spurs in further misery as their quest for an elusive Champions League spot beckons.
Joelinton gave the home side the lead before a Harry Kane brace changed the fortune for Tottenham but Willock’s strike late in the piece ensured another two points dropped.

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Newcastle began proceedings on a brighter note but it was Spurs who had the first opportunity when Dubraka was called into action to deny Kane.
Lloris made a brilliant double save off Gayle at the other end to deny Newcastle the lead. Saves off the line and from close range were made as Gayle shook his head in disbelief.
ImageNewcastle finally opened the scoring in the 28th minute as Joelinton hit a low, first time strike to put his side ahead.
A poor clearance from Sanchez allowed Longstaff to slip the ball across to the Englishman, who finished a simple chance.
ImageKane equalized within two minutes of conceding as he tapped home from Lo Celso’s square ball to restore parity.
ImageThe England captain was right on queue once again as he got onto Ndombélé’s through ball to rifle home and put Spurs 2-1 up on the night in the 34th minute.
Newcastle needed a bright performance in the second half to get back into the contest and nearly got the equalizer but Lloris denied Almiron’s low effort.
Harry Kane’s hit the post late on as he looked to complete a superb counter attack from Tottenham.
But this proved too costly as Willock scored the all- important equalizer in the 85th minute to make it 2-2.
ImageJoelinton headed the ball across goal for Almiron to finish but could only manage to head it against Sanchez before it fell to Willock, who bundled from close range
Newcastle deserved the equalizer after consistent pressure at the Spurs’ goal.
Spurs tried for the winner but it was too late as they were held to 2-2.


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