Tottenham Hotspur missed the chance to move up to provisional fourth place in the Premier League after relegation-threatened Newcastle United held it to a 2-2 draw with a late equaliser from substitute Joe Willock at St James' Park on Sunday.
The result leaves Spurs in fifth with 49 points, two points behind fourth-placed Chelsea, but West Ham United can go above both of its London rivals into the Champions League spots if it beats Wolverhampton Wanderers away on Monday.
It also marked the sixth time Spurs has failed to win a league game this season when it was leading at halftime.
The result left Newcastle two points above the drop zone and the side still has a game in hand of third-bottom Fulham.
Harry Kane gave Tottenham the lead with two goals in four minutes in the first half after Joelinton's opener for Newcastle before Arsenal loanee Willock struck to earn a point.
"Whenever you're ahead in a game, as we have been a lot this season, and you give the lead away in the last five to 10 minutes, it's always hard to take," Kane told BBC Sport .
Newcastle took the lead after 28 minutes when sustained pressure saw it win the ball back and Sean Longstaff found Joelinton at the far post for the Brazilian to fire home.
However, the advantage lasted barely 90 seconds as Spurs hit back when Kane capitalised on a ricochet from Giovani Lo Celso's pass and tapped into an empty net two minutes later.
England striker Kane doubled the visitor's lead in the 34th minute when he peeled off his marker to receive Tanguy Ndombele's through ball before pulling the trigger with a low, angled shot past goalkeeper Martin Dubravka into the far corner of the net.
Spurs was quieter in the second half as Newcastle grew into the game but Kane had a golden opportunity to score a hat-trick on a counter-attack but his effort hit the woodwork.
"I feel like we could have played better in the second half. We were a bit sloppy. We didn't take our chances and got punished for it," Kane added.
Newcastle's perseverance finally paid off in the 85th minute when Willock pounced on a rebound at the back post to equalise after Tottenham failed to clear Joelinton's header.
"I'm an Arsenal player so it does makes it a bit sweeter," Willock, who came on in the 79th minute, said. "(Manager Steve Bruce) told me to come on, run around and get in the box to try and score goals. I'm happy I was able to do that."
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