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D. Sánchez
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73'
J. Evans
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H. Kane
Lucas Moura
3 - 0
37'
H. Kane
Lucas Moura
2 - 0
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J. Justin
Own Goal
1 - 0

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Shots On Target 3 6
Total Passes 285 697
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Commentary

That’s all for now. Goodbye.
The defeat leaves Leicester’s Champions League hopes firmly in the balance. They must rely on a favour from West Ham, who face Manchester United next, before they take on the Red Devils on the final day of the season. Spurs, meanwhile, are up to sixth, two points above Wolves and four above the chasing pack.
A big win for Spurs, who did the damage by half-time – Kane’s double putting them 3-0 up at the interval following Justin’s early own goal. The hosts did not offer much going forward after the break, but Leicester rarely threatened at the other end.
90' + 5' FULL TIME: TOTTENHAM 3-0 LEICESTER CITY.
O. Skipp
H. Winks
90' + 2' Skipp gets a couple of minutes for Spurs, replacing Winks.
90' + 1' There will be four minutes of stoppage time.
90' Fernandes is involved immediately as he slips a good pass through to Davies, who quickly gets in a cross. Kane, however, could not get to it.
Gedson Fernandes
Son Heung-Min
89' Another Spurs change sees Son go off, with Fernandes coming on.
88' Good stop! Iheanacho is given time and space to get a shot away, and duly obliges. His effort is a good one, forcing Lloris to dive low to his right to push it away from goal.
D. Sánchez
Yellow Card
86' Sanchez has gone into the book for a foul on Hirst.
G. Hirst
H. Barnes
83' Another substitution for Leicester. On comes youngster Hirst, replacing Barnes.
81' No goal! Kane went through one-on-one with Schemichel and duly finished into the bottom-right corner, but the forward seemed to know he would be flagged offside, as he had just started his run too early.
79' That’s a poor effort from Praet who, after taking the ball forward to the edge of Spurs’ box, thrashes a strike well wide.
S. Bergwijn
Lucas Moura
77' Moura, meanwhile, is the player to make way for Bergwijn.
E. Lamela
G. Lo Celso
77' Here are those changes for Spurs. Lamela has replaced Lo Celso.
75' Spurs are yet to have a touch in the Leicester box or a shot on target in the second half.
J. Evans
Yellow Card
73' Evans has gone into the book for a foul on Kane.
72' Mourinho is responding to those Leicester changes with some alterations of his own – Bergwijn and Lamela are readying themselves on the bench.
N. Mendy
W. Ndidi
70' Ndidi, meanwhile, has been replaced by Mendy.
D. Praet
Y. Tielemans
70' A double change for Leicester, and it is both of their central midfielders who make way. First, Praet comes on in place of Tielemans.
69' There was a VAR check for a possible penalty, with Evans having gone down, but no foul was spotted, and there will now be a drinks break.
68' Lloris comes out to punch a corner clear, but only gets it as far as Justin. However, the full-back's volley is a wild one. 
66' Leicester haven’t won their final away league game in any of their last 11 Premier League campaigns, since beating Blackburn 4-2 in 1996-97. It looks like that record is going to carry on today.
64' Action at both ends. First, Son gets through but, from a tight angle, he can’t beat Schmeichel – though the offside flag was up anyway. Leicester get on the attack, with Barnes driving through the middle and drilling a low shot at goal, but it does not trouble Lloris.
61' Kane tussles with Morgan yet again, and again gets the better of his marker, with the defender forced into hauling Spurs’ striker down.
K. Iheanacho
Ayoze Pérez
59' Rodgers has made another change, with Iheanacho replacing Perez.
58' CLOSE! Gray gets a powerful strike up and over the wall. It dips towards goal, but Lloris reaches up to push it over.
Lucas Moura
Yellow Card
57' Moura fouls Tielemans, 30 yards out from Spurs’ goal. Gray, who scored against Sheffield United, stands over it…
55' Lo Celso whips in the corner, sending a cross to the near post. It is flicked backwards by Kane, with Sissoko picking up the loose ball, yet Leicester’s defence push out, with Lo Celso eventually bringing down Vardy to prevent a counter-attack.
53' Again, Spurs look to sit deep and hurt Leicester on the break. This time, Kane shirks off Morgan to get on the end of a clearance, but Leicester’s captain recovers to divert the striker’s shot wide.
52' Leicester had close to 70 per cent of the possession in the first half, but bar a short spell of pressure, did not manage to test Lloris, and Spurs have been exceptional on the counter.
50' Kane has scored consecutive braces in the Premier League for the first time since he netted back to back hat-tricks in December 2017.
48' That could have been four for Spurs! Son got through from Kane's terrific pass, but just lost his footing at the vital moment.
46' KICK-OFF! We're back up and running for the second half.
D. Gray
R. Bennett
46' There has been a change from Rodgers at the break. Gray is on in place of Bennett, who struggled in the first half, meaning Leicester will change their shape.
As it stands, Leicester’s goal difference has taken a significant hit, meaning they are level on 28 in that regard with fifth-placed United, who face West Ham in their game in hand. Should United win that, then even a Leicester victory over the Red Devils on the final day of the season may not be enough for Rodgers’ side to secure a top-four finish.
A torrid half for Leicester, who face a mountain to climb after the break. Justin’s own goal put the Foxes behind early on, before a quickfire double from Kane made it 3-0 to Spurs.
45' + 3' HALF-TIME: TOTTENHAM 3-0 LEICESTER CITY.
45' + 1' There will be three minutes of stoppage time before the interval.
45' Kane has scored 16 goals in 14 games against Leicester in all competitions, more than he’s scored against any other opponent in his career.
43' Perez, who has looked bright for the visitors, lets rip with a shot from 25 yards out. It has plenty of power behind it, but Lloris watches it all the way in order to help it over.
42' Rodgers is furious down on the touchline, but his side have been far too open at the back, with Leicester’s three-man defence often caught isolated up against Spurs’ fluent frontline.
Lucas Moura
Assist
40' It’s another assist for Moura but all the credit has to go to Kane for what was a quite magnificent finish.
H. Kane
Goal
40' WHAT A GOAL! That is sensational from Kane! It’s 3-0 now to Spurs, and Leicester’s Champions League hopes are hanging by a thread. Another counter-attack saw Tottenham’s attackers left three-against-three with Leicester’s defence. Moura passed to Kane who, despite being forced wide, cut back inside to get past Bennett, before curling a sublime finish into the right-hand corner.
Lucas Moura
Assist
37' It was another sweeping counter from Spurs, with Lo Celso leading the charge and Moura playing the perfect pass through for Kane.
H. Kane
Goal
37' GOOOOAAALLLL!!! SPURS MAKE IT 2-0! Leicester are caught on the counter once more – Lo Celso feeding Moura, who in turn slides a neat throughball into Kane’s path. The England captain let it roll across his body, before sweeping home with his left foot.
36' Thomas, who is playing in place of the injured Chilwell, drills in a flat cross. Vardy is again in the right place to meet it, but his header deflects out for a corner.
34' Leicester take a short free-kick, catching Spurs’ defence by surprise. Barnes delivers a low cross, which Vardy meets, but his first-time strike is blocked before it can reach the target.
32' Son very nearly gets in from the resulting corner, but a flick from a Leicester defender just takes it past the South Korea international. Spurs keep up the pressure, but Moura’s header is straight at Schmeichel.
31' CHANCE! After patiently playing it around the back, Spurs click through the gears – Winks sending a long pass over the top of the Leicester defence. Son latches onto it and manages to get a shot off on the half-volley, but Schmeichel parries it over.
30' After that spell of Leicester pressure, Spurs have managed to gain a foothold once more, with the home side retaining possession for a few minutes.
27' There have been 32 own goals this season – exactly the same as last season. The last Premier League campaign to see more was 2016-17, when there were 35.
25' SAVE! That was a brilliant effort from Perez, who expertly controlled a difficult cross on his chest before unleashing a powerful left-footed volley. Lloris, however, was equal to it, and got down to tip it wide.
24' Spurs’ opener has now been put down as an own goal from Justin.
22' Chance! Morgan’s header falls to Vardy, who thinks quickly and attempts a back heel, but Lloris manages to turn it wide.
20' CLOSE! Barnes gets down the left and delivers an inviting cross to the near post. Vardy meets it, but Sanchez diverts the forward’s header behind for a corner.
18' Perez tries to take matters into his own hands for Leicester, standing up Spurs’ defence before getting a shot off from the edge of the area. Alderweireld, however, was on hand to make a block.
16' Son has been directly involved in eight goals in his last seven Premier League apps against Leicester.
14' A bit of frustration is evident from Ndidi, as the midfielder lunges in on Son and concedes a free-kick. With Manchester United having a game in hand, there is plenty of pressure on the Foxes today.
12' Leicester are enjoying a decent spell of possession, but so far have been unable to pick any holes in Spurs’ defence, with the hosts offering plenty of threat on the counter.
10' Son turns provider with a cross for Alderweireld, but his header is saved by Schmeichel.
8' Son has now been involved in 10 goals in his last 11 Premier League games. The South Korean has been involved in six of Spurs’ 11 league goals since the restart.
J. Justin
Own Goal
6' GOOOAAAALLL!!! Tottenham take the lead! Son may well be awarded with this goal, but it took a huge deflection off Justin on its way in. The Spurs winger had got on the end of a pass from Kane, before getting the better of Bennett and getting a shot off, with Justin diverting it beyond Schmeichel.
5' Tielemans drops in the cross, but Spurs deal with it. Lloris looks to get the hosts away on the counter with a long pass aimed at Sissoko, but the midfielder can’t get it under control.
4' Clever play from Barnes, who drifts inside from his position on the left and draws a clumsy tackle from Sissoko, with referee Anthony Taylor awarding Leicester a free-kick.
3' Tottenham have lost just one of their last eight home league games against Leicester, going down 1-0 at White Hart Lane in January 2016.
1' KICK-OFF! We are up and running at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The teams are out and kick-off is coming up momentarily.
Likewise, Brendan Rodgers sticks with the Leicester side which won 2-0 against Sheffield United on Thursday. The Foxes will be without key duo James Maddison and Ben Chilwell for their final two matches of the season.
LEICESTER CITY SUBSTITUTES: Demarai Gray, Danny Ward, Kelechi Iheanacho, Hamza Choudhury, Matty James, Nampalys Mendy, Dennis Praet, Darnell Johnson, George Hirst.
LEICESTER CITY (3-4-3): Kasper Schmeichel; Ryan Bennett, Wes Morgan, Jonny Evans; James Justin, Wilfred Ndidi, Youri Tielemans, Luke Thomas; Ayoze Perez, Jamie Vardy, Harvey Barnes.
No changes from Mourinho, who sticks with the same side that defeated Newcastle United 3-1 last time out – Kane and Son getting the goals in that victory.
TOTTENHAM SUBSTITUTES: Jan Vertonghen, Erik Lamela, Ryan Sessegnon, Juan Foyth, Paulo Gazzaniga, Steven Bergwijn, Oliver Skipp, Gedson Fernandes, Japhet Tanganga.
TOTTENHAM (4-3-3-): Hugo Lloris; Serge Aurier, Davinson Sanchez, Toby Alderweireld, Ben Davies; Moussa Sissoko, Harry Winks, Giovani Lo Celso; Lucas Moura, Harry Kane, Son Heueng-Min.
Spurs, meanwhile, need a win to take them up to sixth. Champions League qualification is out of the question for Jose Mourinho’s side, but they are in a battle with Wolves, Sheffield United, Burnley and north-London rivals Arsenal for a place in the Europa League.
With Manchester United and Chelsea in FA Cup action today, Leicester have the chance to restore a three-point gap between themselves and the Red Devils should they win, while a victory would also take them above Frank Lampard’s side into third.
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