In another shocking day of Premier League action, Manchester City and Wolverhampton were each taken apart by Leicester City and West Ham 5-2 and 4-0 respectively.
Tottenham Hotspur started the day and looked set to grab all three points against Newcastle.
Lucas Moura gave the home side before the break with Harry Kane once again involved as he contributed his fifth assist of the season.
With the job done and deep into the extra time, however, all the hard work was undone as Eric Dier conceded a VAR assisted penalty which Callum Wilson put away with ease as he netted his second goal in the season.
Despite the protestations from Jose Mourinho, the damage was done and the Londoners had to settle for just one point.
It was the turn of Manchester City who were looking to make it two wins from two after managing to hold off Wolves last week with a formidable Leicester City making the trip to Manchester.
It was the perfect start for Pep Guardiola and his side as Riyad Mahrez netted in just the fourth minute but Jamie Vardy gave the Foxes a way back into the game as he converted from the spot in the 37th minute.
Whatever Brendan Rodgers told his side at the break certainly worked as Leicester proceeded to score two more goals through Vardy who capped off a hat-trick with another spot-kick.
James Maddison then put the game to bed as he added the fourth. Nathan Ake opened his Manchester City account but it was too little too late and just for good measure, Youri Tielemans converted the third penalty of the game with Manchester City left embarrassed and without an answer to an error-ridden performance.
With two unexpected results, Wolves then had an opportunity to bounce back from a good Manchester City performance which left them with nothing to show for it.
What Nuno Espirito Santos and his side did not expect was a West Ham side with so much off-field issues to pitch up with an incredible effort as they proceeded to take apart the West Midlands side as Jarred Bown netted twice, Raul Jimenez found his own net before Sebastien Haller added the final blow in an incredible 4-0 drubbing in London.