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Newcastle destroys Tottenham

In a stunning display of football prowess, Newcastle United handed Tottenham Hotspur a severe defeat in Saturday's Premier League match, thrashing the London club 4-0 at home. This result has significant ramifications in the race for Champions League spots, as Tottenham missed a crucial opportunity to solidify their position in the top four.

Newcastle controls from the start

From the outset, Eddie Howe's Newcastle demonstrated complete control and self-assurance, preventing Tottenham from finding any rhythm. Alexander Isak, the match's standout performer, opened the scoring after half an hour by slipping past Micky van de Ven and choosing his spot with precision. The celebration of Isak's goal had barely subsided when Newcastle doubled their lead, thanks to a sequence initiated by a poor clearance from Tottenham's goalkeeper, Guglielmo Vicario.

Isak keeps scorign

Anthony Gordon capitalized on the situation, sending a pass to Isak who navigated past the Spurs defense to score. The Swedish striker’s performance did not wane; he netted his second goal of the game and his seventeenth of the season soon into the second half, being perfectly set up by Bruno Guimarães. This goal marked Isak as the first Newcastle player since Alan Shearer in 2003/04 to score over 20 goals in a season. The Magpies continued their relentless pressure throughout the game, with Fabian Schär adding a fourth goal near the match's conclusion. His header from Gordon's corner left Vicario with no chance, capping off a miserable day for Tottenham.

European football

This defeat raises questions about Tottenham's ability to withstand pressure in crucial games and their prospects for securing a Champions League qualification spot. Meanwhile, Newcastle’s formidable form under Howe’s guidance hints at a promising end to their season, potentially among the top contenders in the league. With six more matches to go, there is a gap of 10 points between both teams. So it looks like Newcastle needs to focus on finishing 6th, while Spurs will try to overcome this defeat and start fighting for fourth spot. The tactical prowess displayed by Newcastle today suggests they are not only a force to be reckoned with but also serious about their ambitions in both domestic and European competitions.

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