Alan Pardew praises his players following Newcastle United's "unbelievable" 2-1 win away at Tottenham Hotspur.
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew has hailed his team's performance following an "unbelievable" win away at Tottenham Hotspur.
Pardew's men were a goal down at the break after a poor first half, Emmanuel Adebayor putting the hosts in front with a back-post header.
The Magpies turned the game around after the restart, however, with strikes from substitute Sammy Ameobi and young striker Ayoze Perez sealing the win.
"We were fortunate to come in at 1-0 down and we weren't very good," the 53-year-old told talkSPORT.
"In the second half we changed it. We opened up the game and the players were magnificent. This was an unbelievable result really. At half time you couldn't have seen it happening.
"Daryl Janmaat was brilliant today, as was Remy Cabella. Sammy Ameobi turned the game on its head with a great second half performance. We've got some real, real bonuses."
Next for Newcastle is a tough trip to Manchester City followed by Brendan Rodgers's Liverpool.
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