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Tottenham hopes their 4-1 win puts them back on track after being out of sorts for a while.

Howe knows that many people outside of St. James’ Park will be playing the world’s tiniest violins to show their support for him after Newcastle’s comeback under Saudi Arabian ownership got them into the Champions League this season.

There will be plenty of sympathy from people outside the family. It will not exist at all. Howe already knows that, so he won’t ask for any.

There is no getting around the fact that he has been hurt a lot lately. Newcastle is trying to keep their Champions League hopes alive when AC Milan comes to town on Wednesday night, and they also have a big EFL Cup quarterfinal at Chelsea coming up.

Spurs beat Newcastle 4-0 thanks to two goals from Richarlison.
This isn’t an excuse for Newcastle’s second straight big Premier League loss away from home, but it does give us some background.

Everton’s warning lights began to flash on Thursday, when they were scouted and beat 3-0 at Goodison Park. As it went on at Tottenham, Newcastle looked like a team that was running on empty right when they needed to be energized.

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The fact that the same 10 outfielders started their fifth straight game showed how bad things were for Howe. The fact that Newcastle started each half very well made it clear that it had cost them. By the end of their 4-1 loss, they looked completely worn out.

Howe told BBC Sport, “The last two games have been tough, not our best.” “Our bodies looked tired today, and there wasn’t much we could do about it.”

“We’ll watch the game and try to learn enough about it to decide who to pick on Wednesday.” We do not have a lot of choices.


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