Highlights : Tottenham Hotspur 3 – 1 Leicester City (Premier League)

Tottenham Hotspur 3 – 1 Leicester City Football Highlights 

(English Premier League
Venue : Wembley Stadium
Key Moments Recap :
33″ 1-0 : Davinson Sanchez 
Spurs have the lead against the run of play. Maguire initially defends Son well but at the expense of a corner.
Trippier’s delivery is played short to Christian Eriksen, and his ball is swung right onto the head of the Colombian defender for his first Premier League goal.

64″ 2-0 : Christian Eriksen
Now it’s doubly difficult for Leicester as Christian Eriksen takes the ball just outside the box and fires in a trademark strike that beats his compatriot Kasper Schmeichel to his right. Pochettino can relax a little more now with the two-goal buffer.

76″ 2 – 1 : Jamie Vardy
The onus has been on them for the past 10 minutes and Tottenham sit off as Ricardo Pereira is fed down the right and his low ball is tapped in by the substitute Jamie Vardy, who else!
It’s his 100th goal in senior club football, and more importantly the Foxes have a foothold in this game!

90″ 3 – 1 : Son Heung-min
Ndidi slips at the vital moment in his attempts to cut out Sissoko’s ball forward for Heung-Min Son.
The South Korean is away and runs 50 yards with the ball before keeping his composure to tuck the ball past Schmeichel. Game over!


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Goals (3-1) And Cards
🌕16′ Son Heung-min
🌕20′ Danny Rose
🌕28′ Jan Vertonghen
⚽33′ Davinson Sanchez 1 – 0
⚽63′ Christian Eriksen 2 – 0
⚽76′ 2 – 1 Jamie Vardy
🌕85′ Youri Tielemans
⚽90′ Son Heung-min 3 – 1

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  • Tottenham have won three of their last four Premier League games against Leicester City (L1), winning the last two in a row. They haven’t won three consecutive league matches versus the Foxes since February 1987.
    Leicester failed to score in the reverse fixture against Spurs, losing 0-2. They last failed to net in two consecutive league games against the Lilywhites in November 2000.
    Leicester have won just one of their last 11 Premier League away games in London (D4 L6), beating Chelsea on their last such visit in December.
    Tottenham have set a new Premier League record of going 29 Premier League games without a single draw. The last top-flight team to have a longer run were Portsmouth between March 1928-February 1929 (38 games).
    Tottenham have lost three of their five Sunday Premier League games this season (W2), including their only previous one at home so far (0-1 vs Manchester United).
    Leicester are one of just three non ‘big six’ sides to have won away against such a team this season (1-0 vs Chelsea), along with Wolves and Crystal Palace.
    Leicester’s Jamie Vardy has been directly involved in seven goals in his last seven Premier League appearances against Tottenham (4 goals, 3 assists), netting three goals in his last two against them.
    Heung-Min Son has had a hand in 14 goals in his last 11 starts in the Premier League for Tottenham, scoring 10 and assisting four.

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