On-loan Arsenal participant denies Tottenham Hotspur place in Premier League’s prime four

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Newcastle’s Joe Willock, left, celebrates with teammates after scoring his facet’s second aim throughout the English Premier League soccer match between Newcastle United and Tottenham Hotspur at St. James’ Park in Newcastle, England, Sunday, April four

Tottenham was denied a spot within the Premier League’s prime 4 by a participant on mortgage from fierce rival Arsenal as Joe Willock’s late aim earned Newcastle a 2-2 draw on Sunday.

Harry Kane’s first-half double moved him again atop the Premier League’s scoring chart and noticed Spurs rally from conceding the opening aim to Joelinton within the 28th.

Tottenham was on track to climb above London rival Chelsea and into the Champions League qualification positions when Willock, a 79th-minute substitute, smashed a close-range end into the web off the crossbar six minutes later.

It might be an important level for Newcastle, which got here into the sport in fourth-to-last place and appears to be engaged in a duel with Fulham over the ultimate relegation place.

Tottenham would not be almost as excessive if it wasn’t for Kane, whose lucky aim within the 30th minute — Emil Krafth’s clearance got here off the striker and teed him up for a close-range end — was adopted by a thunderous, angled strike 4 minutes later.

The England striker jumped above Liverpool ahead Mohamed Salah to 19 objectives for the marketing campaign.

Kane additionally leads the league in assists this season on 13 — two greater than Manchester Metropolis’s Kevin De Bruyne — so is a giant contender for English soccer’s participant of the 12 months award.

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