Fans instantly took to social media to express their concerns for Lejeune and supporters commented on how the club's new signing displayed an impressive performance along the backline before limping to the dug out.
Eriksen and Alli were both involved again when Davies made the result safe in the 70th minute, the Wales defender sweeping the ball of the Dane's foot and past Elliot after a one-touch move.
A straight red was proffered within seconds for what must be the most idiotic of the three reds that Shelvey has picked up during his career, and from this moment Spurs were fired up and Newcastle had to fight to save a draw.
"Then he scored - and he scored a great goal - and I am very pleased". We believe he will come back stronger.
BBC Sports reports that instead, Spurs could have added to their lead as Harry Kane, last season's Premier League top scorer with 29 goals, struck the post in injury time.
I think his dream became true to play in the Premier League.