In this article feel free to see final changes of England Premier League after Tottenham win 3-2 against Newcastle united. First half game ended 3-2, Newcastle scores their first goal on 2'min the goal scored by Callum Wilson with Manquillo assist. On 17th minutes Tottenham scores their first, the goal scored by Ndombele with Sergio assist. On 22' and 45+4' minutes Harry Kane and Hueng-Min Son scores the second and the third goal for Tottenham, with Hoejbjerg and Harry Kane assist respectively. On 83'min Jonjo Shelvey for Newcastle has been given red card, 7 minutes after Newcastle red card Eric Dier scores own goal leaving Newcastle with 2 goals. The game has ended Tottenham 3-2.
After Tottenham 3-2 against Newcastle united, Chelsea lead in 19 points following by Liverpool 18 points, Manchester City position 3 with 17 points, Brighton position 4 with 15 points, Tottenham Hotspur position 5 with 15 points and Manchester United position 6 with 14 points.
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