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Spurs make winning start as Shelvey sees red

14 August 2017, 01:12 | Kristopher Drake

Benitez ‘We are not demanding crazy things

Benitez ‘We are not demanding crazy things

"He has apologised but that changes nothing now".

"All I'll say is the rules are the rules and we made a mistake".

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez questioned whether that was more risky than Harry Kane's scissor tackle on Florian Lejeune, which resulted in the debutant being withdrawn through injury and was only met with a booking.

"We have 10 months ahead of us, we are involved in four competitions that demand a lot of energy and we need more competition, more quality, more players that can help the team to keep the level we want to show in every game".

"All the effort we put in on the pitch was lost because of one mistake". Christian Eriksen and Dele Alli support Harry Kane. Now we have to move forward and think about solutions.

Asked if Shelvey would skipper the team in future, Benitez said: "We will see".

Australia axes Western Force from Super Rugby
Clyne and ARU chief executive Bill Pulver were due to hold a press conference to discuss their decision in Sydney later Friday. Every Australian team lost more than they won in 2017 and for the second-straight year no local side made the semi-finals.

Benitez brushed aside questions whether he planned to talk to owner Mike Ashley last night following the owner's latest interview with Sky Sports. "They didn't make it easy for us and it's a hard place to come".

The second half came to life as Spurs took control of the game and neat interplay in midfield forced Jonjo Shelvey to go in hard on Dele Alli.

"Yes, of course", he said.

He also confirmed he plans to strengthen his squad this month.

Mauricio Pochettino felt his side deserved the three points at Newcastle but admitted that the red card made a difference.

A tepid contest devoid of goalmouth action in the opening half sprung to life after Shelvey was dismissed for a petulant stomp on Alli, who pulled all the strings for last season's Premier League runners-up.



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