Alli and Davies give Spurs 2-0 win at 10-man Newcastle

Arsenal's French manager Arsene Wenger and Arsenal legend Martin Keown on the touchline during the Charity football match between Arsenal Legends and Milan Glorie at The Emirates

His impending suspension and injuries to defenders Paul Dummett and Florian Lejeune made it a bad afternoon for manager Rafael Benitez and watching owner Mike Ashley.

Skipper Jonjo Shelvey was sent off for standing on Dele Alli as Newcastle's return to the Premier League was ruined by Tottenham.

Davies added Tottenham's second with 20 minutes remaining, finishing a slick move with a composed finish beyond Newcastle goalkeeper Rob Elliot, Eriksen again the provider.

Onlookers took note of his display, including outspoken pundit Collymore, who told on his personal Twitter account that Manchester City sign him for a huge £60million next summer, which will then see him replaced by "Kyle Walker-Peters-Smith" in the Tottenham team.

"The Harry Kane tackle was worse than this one". Moussa Sissoko is back in Tyneside following his £30m move to White Hart Lane last summer, while Harry Kane and Dele Alli both start.

The England global was involved in Tottenham's second as his flick was guided into the path of Davies by Eriksen, the left-back finishing a slick move with a cool finish.

It was a harsh re-introduction to life back in the Premier League for Newcastle, who were relegated from the division at the end of the 2015-16 season.

We knew how they play, so narrow and deep. He was also red carded in a Championship match at Nottingham Forest in December 2016.



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