There was drama just three minutes after the restart when Shelvey was dismissed for reacting to Alli kicking the ball away while down on the ground by treading on his ankle.
With 20 minutes left, Ben Davies was found by Eriksen with the Welshman scoring the second goal of the game.
"I think that the fans were so pleased to see the team going back to the Premier League". It's more unsafe. We lost one player from that.
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Speaking to journalists at his New Jersey golf club, the President said that he didn't think his comments had been "tough enough". He warned that the tragedy of war is well known and a military conflict could be 'catastrophic'.
Newcastle's cause wasn't helped by losing defenders Paul Dummett and Florian Lejeune - the 200th French player to feature in a Premier League game - to injury in the first half.
The first half didn't exactly go as smoothly as planned, but a Newcastle red card early in the second half opened things up nicely for Spurs.
Shelvey has been sent off twice under Benitez at Newcastle, more than any other player.
With the hosts sitting deep and attempting to maintain their shape, Spurs dominated possession as Christian Eriksen, seemingly in perpetual motion, orchestrated proceedings with the help of Mousa Dembele, Alli and pantomime villain Moussa Sissoko, who was booed at every touch on his return to St James' Park. - None of the last 10 winners of the Championship have won their opening match in the Premier League the following season (D2 L8).
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It also offers alerts of productions' newly available ticket blocks and houses content written by the cast and creative team. Tickets for Hamilton sell out extremely quickly but with the app , you will be able to access the #Ham4Ham ticket lottery.
North Korea standoff wipes $1trn off global stocks
South Korea's fell 1.7 percent to its lowest since May 24, but its losses for the week are a relatively modest 3.2 percent. The Federal Reserve is likely to scale back on its expected pace of interest rate hikes if inflation continues to be soft.
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Penney slumped as much as 18.25 percent to a record low after the retailer reported a bigger-than-expected quarterly loss. Germany's consumer price inflation accelerated to a three-month high in July, final data from Destatis showed Friday.