Newcastle manager Steve Bruce said he “will go as far as possible” as the new club on Saudi Arabian owners begins to lose to Tottenham.
Non-president Yasir Al-Rumayyan and owner Amanda Staveley watched him, Newcastle was two minutes ahead of when Callum Wilson returned from injury and entered the field.
The palace fans delighted him, continuing with a celebratory film before the game.
Bruce, who has scored his 1,000th goal and his coach, may have some hope as he looks forward to continuing his career.
But the truth is that for a team that hasn’t won eight Premier League games this season, Spurs have doubled up in five minutes.
First, Tanguy Ndombele fired a shot on the right foot, before Harry Kane scored his first goal of the match in a match as he beat Newcastle to run into the water, a goal scored by the video assistant after being crushed in the first leg.
The play was stopped when a fan found a medical emergency at the table.
Supporters and players – including Eric Dier – did their part in warning healthcare workers of the seriousness of the case before the game was canceled.
With five minutes left in the first half, Tottenham took over after Son Heung-min slipped to the far post for the fourth time this season.
Nuno Espirito Santo’s team, which climbed to fifth in the standings, was relieved in the second half when things changed in Bruce, with home fans asking for his sack.
The weak pressure at work increased when Jonjo Shelvey was replaced by a second yellow card for turning Sergio Reguilon on him after 83 minutes.
Despite a brief response when Dier’s goal was 3-2, the result left Newcastle at the bottom of the table with the big changes needed to make the new owner the strength he needed for the club.
Asked if he would stay at work, Bruce said, “This is someone else’s decision.
“I’ll follow him as much as possible until I hear something else. The owners have respected him since they came in. As long as I don’t hear anything else, I’ll work tomorrow.”