Newcastle 1 Tottenham 3: Harry Kane scores his 200th goal to gift Jose Mourinho his first EVER win on Tyneside

IF ANYONE was ever going to break Jose Mourinho’s Tyneside curse, it was going to be Harry Kane.

On his eighth attempt in the league, the Portuguese has FINALLY come away from the home of his beloved mentor Sir Bobby Robson with a win.

Harry Kane fired Tottenham to victory at Newcastle

The striker header home Steven Bergwijn’s cross on the hour mark to claim the points

And he has Kane’s double to thank for ending his St. James’ Park hoodoo.

Quiet for most of the game, the England skipper came alive when it mattered to bring up his 200th career goal – with another one for good measure.

Newcastle were right back in it after Matt Ritchie’s scorcher cancelled out Son Heung-Min’s opener.

But while Kane still looks a yard off the pace, his brain remains as finely tuned as ever.

Quietly peeling off Emile Krafth, Steven Bergwijn’s inch-perfect cross fell straight into his path to nod home from six-yards.

With the game all but wrapped up, he then struck again in the 90th minute to add some gloss to the scoreline.

Spurs were pretty ugly and workmanlike one again, but Mourinho will of course not give a damn.

Son Heung-Min gave Tottenham the lead with a breakthrough just before half an hour

Matt Ritchie got Newcastle level after half time

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Since the humiliating 3-1 capitulation at Sheffield United it’s now three wins and a draw from four.

Up to seventh with two to go, all eyes will be on the Blades at Leicester tomorrow.

A slip up there and Spurs may just salvage European football next season – something that could bring up to £40million into the coffers.

Harry Kane restored Spurs’ advantage almost instantly


By: Oscar Paul
Title: Newcastle 1 Tottenham 3: Harry Kane scores his 200th goal to gift Jose Mourinho his first EVER win on Tyneside
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Published Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2020 19:05:19 +0000

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