Newcastle United player ratings v Spurs: 'Unplayable' 10/10 & 'Classy' Alexander Isak in 4-0 win - photos

Newcastle United 4-0 Tottenham Hotspur player ratings: Here’s how Alexander Isak, Bruno Guimaraes, Anthony Gordon and co fared.

Newcastle United beat Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 at St James’ Park on Saturday afternoon - here are the player ratings from the match.

Eddie Howe made two changes to his side that beat Fulham last time out with Joe Willock and Lewis Hall replaced by Harvey Barnes and Elliot Anderson in the starting line-up. Willock dropped out of the side following injury picked up at Craven Cottage while Hall dropped to the bench following a slight quad injury concern.

Newcastle went into the game having picked up seven points from their last three matches since the March international break. The Magpies were beaten 4-1 at Spurs back in December but won this fixture 6-1 in April last season.

Newcastle made a positive start to the game before making the breakthrough on the half-hour mark as Anthony Gordon slipped in Alexander Isak for his 20thth goal of the campaign. And just a minute later, Gordon got on the scoresheet himself to make it 2-0 with his 11th of the season.

Newcastle had chances to extend their lead further but the score remained 2-0 going in at the break.

Shortly after the restart, Isak made it 3-0 with his 21st of the campaign as he burst forward to control Bruno Guimaraes’ long ball and find the right corner of the goal.

Gordon’s corner was then headed in by Fabian Schar to make it 4-0 in the closing stages of the match.

Here are the player ratings from the match...