Monday, 20 August, 2018

‘We need to stay together’: Pochettino proud as Tottenham make a stand

Mauricio Pochettino thought Tottenham's 1-0 win over Crystal Palace was fully deserved Image Pochettino is refusing to panic over his team's lack of signings
Shannon Reynolds | 12 August, 2018, 08:41

Newcastle United have started their 2018-19 Premier League season with a defeat, as Rafa Benitez's men were beaten 2-1 by Tottenham Hotspur at St James' Park on Saturday afternoon. The second half was back and forth with great saves and great chances for both teams. The match between the Magpies and Spurs was full of action for 90 minutes, but in the end it was Tottenham that secured three points with a 2-1 victory.

Atsu did not have the same impact that Ritchie had for Newcastle on the wing, but Muto was playing with the urgency that Perez lacked.

With no new faces joining the squad in the summer, Pochettino and his team are under pressure to get off to a good start to the season in order to justify stasis during the transfer window.

For only the second time in Premier League history, Newcastle haven't named a debutant in their starting XI on the opening day.

Vertonghen headed Spurs into an early lead - an advantage that was restored after 18 minutes by Dele Alli following Joselu's equaliser for the hosts. It sounds insane but we defended well with the ball.

The Denmark worldwide delivered the resulting corner for defender Davinson Sanchez to attack.

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Newcastle's Venezuelan forward Salomon Rondon almost enjoyed a dream debut after coming off the substitutes' bench but his late effort was deflected onto the crossbar after a desperate block from Vertonghen.

Diame was unfortunate not to level within two minutes of the restart when his stinging left-foot shot came back off the post, although Alli passed up a chance to extend his side's lead when he bundled Kane's mishit shot straight to Dubravka.

An outside shout for the World Cup, Jonjo Shelvey was again among Newcastle's brightest players, while Jamaal Lascelles was solid yet not outstanding.

For Spurs, Eric Dier was booked and struggled to get a foothold in the game, and though Harry Kane was forced extremely deep, the Golden Boot victor battled hard.

The gong could have also been awarded to Jan Vertonghen, but it was apt that England midfielder Alli scored the victor after a busy summer.

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