Newcastle 5-1 Spurs - the key stats
15 May 2016|Tottenham Hotspur
The stats that mattered from Sunday's defeat at St James' Park.
As it stands: We finish a best-ever third in the Premier League, our best finish since the 1989-90 season in the old First Division, and qualify for the Champions League.
Golden boy: Harry Kane secured the Premier League's Golden Boot with 25 goals, one ahead of Sergio Aguero and Jamie Vardy. He becomes the second Spur to win it after Teddy Sheringham's 22 goals (one for Forest) in the Premier League's first season back in 1992-93. Harry's 25 represents the most goals scored by a Spurs player in a Premier League season.
Below: Our shots at St James' Park
Newcastle (4-2-3-1): Darlow; Janmaat, Taylor, Mbemba, Dummett; Colback, Tiote (Shelvey 62), Wijnaldum (Aarons 76), Sissoko (c, Sterry 84), Townsend; Mitrovic. Substitutes (not used): Woodman, Cisse, De Jong, Perez.
Spurs (4-2-3-1): Lloris (c); Walker (Chadli 70), Alderweireld, Vertonghen, Davies; Mason (Carroll 46), Dier; Son (Onomah 46), Eriksen, Lamela; Kane. Substitutes (not used): Vorm, Rose, Wimmer, Clinton.
Goals: Newcastle - Wijnaldum 19, 73 (pen), Mitrovic 39, Aarons 85, Janmaat 86. Spurs – Lamela 61.
Yellow cards: Newcastle - Aarons 86. Spurs - Mason 45+2, Lamela 63.
Red card: Newcastle - Mitrovic 69.
Referee: Anthony Taylor.
Below: Erik Lamela's stats from St James' Park
Keeping the ball: We had 63% possession.
Passing game: We made 546 passes to Newcastle's 323. Kyle Walker led the way with a 96% completion rate. Eric Dier completed 69 passes. Dier and Christian Eriksen had 84 touches each.
Shooting boots: We had 17 efforts at goal (including blocked) to Newcastle's 19. We had five on target.
Getting stuck in: We won 20 of 30 tackles, Ben Davies led the way with five.
Below: Possession and action areas