Newcastle 1-2 Tottenham: Matt Ritchie reacts with fury at being subbed

Tottenham players celebrate victory after beating Newcastle in their first game

Tottenham made a winning start to his Premier League campaign after defeating Newcastle 2-1 on Saturday's kick-off at lunchtime.

Jan Vertonghen and Deli Alli scored for Mauricio Pochettino's men, both sides of Joselu's header to secure the victory over Tyneside.

Here, Sportsmail It shows you all the things you might have overlooked in Saturday's clash at St James & # 39; Park.

Tottenham players celebrate victory after beating Newcastle in their first game

Tottenham players celebrate victory after beating Newcastle in their first game

Ritchie throws her toys to the stroller

With his team pushing for a draw in the final punches of the game, Rafa Benitez seemed to shake things up and took Matt Ritchie for Christian Atsu.

The end played before an outstanding ball for Joselu's goal less than three minutes after the Spurs opened the scoring and put a solid change after that.

He clearly felt hard when his number appeared. When he returned to the bank, he had several words of choice with an innocent bottle of water becoming a victim of his fury. Do not mess with a man from the north.

Spurs fans express love for goal line technology

Tottenham scored the opening goal of Saturday's food game under a cloud of confusion.

After the ball bounced on Jan Vertonghen's forehead at the bottom of the bar, Martin Atkinson's clock sounded to let him know that the ball made its way, a total of 9 mm, over the line.

While the technology has been around for a while and has proven to be the best way to guarantee real goals thanks to Frank Lampard's effort against Germany, Twitter's reaction to the target varied from grateful to skeptical at best.

Even the prominent defender and former president of Tottenham, Lord Alan Sugar, intervened on the role of technology in his team to take the initiative.

Tottenham fans expressed their love for goal line technology after conceding their first match

Tottenham fans expressed their love for goal line technology after conceding their first match

Tottenham fans expressed their love for goal line technology after conceding their first match

There is still no joy in August for Kane

August simply is not Harry Kane's.

In other news of the Spurs' streak, Kane has yet to score a goal for the club or the country in August.

The prolific forward has now had 46 shots in 14 Premier League games in August without anyone finding his way to the back of the net.

Fantasy football managers may only want to reconsider their teams until Tottenham faces Watford on Vicarage Road, where Kane should score again for fun and claim some additional goals when he returns to challenge the Golden Boot.

Harry Kane has not yet scored in August after being left blank against Newcastle on Saturday

Harry Kane has not yet scored in August after being left blank against Newcastle on Saturday

Harry Kane has not yet scored in August after being left blank against Newcastle on Saturday

Kenedy shows glimpses of class

The only team more disappointed with their summer transfer business than Newcastle this season was Tottenham. Something poetic in them faced to begin the season of the Premier League.

Although his feelings are mostly justified, Newcastle will undoubtedly be happy to have managed to get the young Brazilian Kenedy back on loan from Chelsea for another season.

For the first 45 minutes, Kenedy destroyed the midfield of Tottenham on his own. He completed more dribbles (4) and won more fouls (3) than any other player in the field.

Shortly after, in the second half, he made another intelligent race and only got rid by a heavy touch. The bad luck of not leveling things.

Chelsea could come to regret to let him pass another year borrowed, since it has all the ingredients of a player who would stand out in the era of Sarri-ball.

Kenedy showed flashes of class and crossed the midfield of Tottenham several times

Kenedy showed flashes of class and crossed the midfield of Tottenham several times

Kenedy showed flashes of class and crossed the midfield of Tottenham several times

Is it the right hand of Benítez Harry Potter?

The eagle-eyed fans who witnessed Saturday's clash at St James & # 39; Park noticed something magical about Rafa Benitez's first team coach, Mikel Anita. It has a striking resemblance to Harry Potter.

As a fan noticed, & # 39; Harry Potter & # 39; it had been brought by the Benitez team in case Voldemort's doppelganger Jonjo Shelvey got out of control.

The last time the fiery midfielder faced Tottenham at St James & # 39; Park, he was sent off for striking Dele Alli's hand. So it is not a bad cry from the Spanish manager to obtain reliable reinforcements.

Twitter fans joked with Rafa Benítez coach Mikel Anita (L) looks like Harry Potter (right)

Twitter fans joked with Rafa Benítez coach Mikel Anita (L) looks like Harry Potter (right)

A fan joked that Harry Potter had been brought in by Benitez's team in case Voldemort's doppelganger Jonjo Shelvey got out of control

A fan joked that Harry Potter had been brought in by Benitez's team in case Voldemort's doppelganger Jonjo Shelvey got out of control

Twitter fans joked with Rafa Benítez coach Mikel Anita (L) looks like Harry Potter (right)

The importance of being a Dele

Harry Kane gets the most applause from Tottenham for his feats in front of the goal.

But Dele Alli saw an incredible record extend on Saturday. Tottenham has never lost a game in which the English international has scored.

The midfielder has now scored in 33 Premier League games for the north side of London, with Tottenham winning 27 of them and taking only six.

Alli nodded in the cross of Serge Aurier on 18 minutes of play, which was enough to seal the victory.

Dele Alli extended his record of winning every game he has scored for Tottenham

Dele Alli extended his record of winning every game he has scored for Tottenham

Dele Alli extended his record of winning every game he has scored for Tottenham

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