Here are the main events of the game at White Hart Lane this afternoon as we saw it, and it turned out to be a second successive win against one of the top six sides in England.
Loic Remy acknowledging fans after scoring today
Newcastle kicked off in their Brazilian strip, which they were wearing for the first time.
Newcastle got off to a good start and looked alert as the game got under way, and after 9 minutes Soldado had a decent chance from an Ericsson corner but headed over the bar.
And then just a couple of minutes later Yohan Cabaye put Loic Remy through with a great ball, and Loic was through in the inside left position, but a Tottenham player whipped the ball from his feet before he could shoot.
And then a shot from Cabaye was going in on the right hand side and Friedel could only parry the ball, and Cabaye following up smashed the ball against Friedel for a corner.
After 12 minutes Newcastle were ahead, and it was a terrific through ball from Yoan Gouffran, after he dispossessed a Tottenham player, that found Remy clean through, and he sidestepped Friedel as the goalkeeper came out, and then put the ball in the net with his left foot – a superb goal form Remy, and his seventh of the season for Newcastle.
After 28 minutes Vertonghen from a free kick headed just wide, and then after 30 minutes a magnificent save from Tm Krul kept Newcastle ahead.
It was a Delgado header that had Krul diving to his right, and just managed to get to the ball and flip it away for a corner – a truly great save from the Newcastle goalkeeper.
And then a swerving shot from Eriksen was well stopped by Krul, who was having a good game in the Newcastle goal.
On 39 minutes Shola Ameobi had the ball in the net but he was a yard offside.
Half time came after three minutes of added time, with Newcastle still 1-0 up and they were giving a good account of themselves, in what was a close game.
There were no changes at the break, and after 50 minutes Tim Krul made a fine save from Eriksen, as the goalkeeper saved with his trailing leg, from a point blank shot by the Dutchman
And then after 53 minutes a free kick by Gylfi Sigurdsson was deflected by a Newcastle player, and Tim Krul managed to change direction and block the shot with his hand, and with three Tottenham players around him Yanga-Mbiwa somehow managed to hook the ball off the line for a corner – an amazing escape for Newcastle.
After 57 minutes Anita came on for Shola Ameobi.
And then on 64 minutes a Townsend shot was pushed up in the air by Krul, and Delgado headed the ball for goal, but it was safely collected by the Newcastle goalkeeper.
On 71 minutes as Tottenham kept up their onslaught as a Townsend shot was pushed away by Krul diving low to his left.
And then four minutes later Alan Pardew made his second substitution as Papiss Cisse came on for Loic Remy, who now has seven league goals in as many appearances.
On 82 minutes if was the Brazilian Paulinho who shot from 12 yards out straight at goal but it was Krul again who saved with his legs.
Newcastle were hanging on as Tottenham continued to waste the chances they were carving out.
On 82 minutes Tottenham center-back got his head to the ball and it came thudding off the cross-bar as Tottenham kept coming at Newcastle.
On 85 minutes Pardew made his last change and Gabby Obertan came on for Yoan Gouffran, who had another strong game for Newcastle.
With two minutes to go Tottenham players appealed for a hand ball in the penalty area, as Mathieu Debuchy appeared to handle the ball, but it was accidental and referee Chris Foy waved play on.
After five minutes of added time the referee blew the final whistle and it was another great victory for Newcastle as the defense held out in the second half to a Tottenham onslaught, with Krul putting in a wonder performance in the Newcastle goal, and the best goalkeeping performance seen this season in the Premier League.
The Newcastle players at the end of the game embraced Krul, who was easily the Man of the Match, and but for the Dutchman Newcastle would have been beaten today – Tim was the difference in this game.
Krul made 14 saves from 14 shots on goal by Tottenham, and he got us the 3 points at White Hart Lane, helped by another terrific performance from our back four.
6 points from the last two games against Chelsea and Tottenham is simply phenomenal.
Tottenham Hotspur (4-2-3-1): Brad Friedel; Kyle Walker, Michael Dawson (c), Vlad Chiriches, Jan Vertonghen; Paulinho, Mousa Dembele; Andros Townsend, Christian Eriksen, Gylfi Sigurdsson; Roberto Soldado
Subs not used: Heurelho Gomes, Younes Kaboul, Sandro, Lewis Holtby, Aaron Lennon, Erik Lamela, Jermain Defoe
Newcastle United (4-4-2): Tim Krul; Mathieu Debuchy, Mike Williamson, Mapou Yanga-Mbiwa, Davide Santon; Moussa Sissoko, Cheick Tiote (c), Yohan Cabaye, Yoan Gouffran; Shola Ameobi, Loic Remy
Subs not used: Rob Elliot, Fabricio Coloccini, Vurnon Anita, Gabriel Obertan, Sammy Ameobi, Hatem Ben Arfa, Papiss Cisse
Referee: Chris Foy