Newcastle sting Spurs at the death to draw 1 -1

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One thing that is fast becoming a problem is the number of penalties being awarded because of VAR reviews in the Premier League this season. Jose Mourinho’s men should’ve probably put the game to bed when they could, but their inability to kill it off before the final whistle came back to haunt them.

Newcastle had been second to Spurs in every aspect of the game and was lucky that their goalkeeper produced a stellar display to keep out the likes of Kane and Lo Celso.

But in football, they say when you waste opportunities; you end up ruining them. A rare free kick for Newcastle ended in the box, and they awarded a penalty after VAR judged a handball against Eric Dier.

Callum Wilson wasted no time in restoring parity with essentially the last kick of the game. This leaves Spurs with 4 points from 3 games so far.

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