Leicester City qualify for Champions League

Claudio Ranieri's men will take their place amongst Europe's elite next season after Sunday's results mean the high-flying Foxes cannot finish lower than fourth
Leicester City have secured Champions League football for the first time in their history after beating Sunderland 2-0 and seeing Tottenham beat Manchester United at White Hart Lane.

The results means Claudio Ranieri's side, who currently have 72 points after 33 games, cannot finish lower than fourth in the Premier League this season, with just five games left to play.

The Foxes remain hot favourites to finish this season as champions after two goals from Jamie Vardy saw them down Sunderland at the Stadium of Light.

However, Tottenham remain in pursuit, seven points behind, after three goals in quick succession condemned Louis van Gaal's side to defeat.

The Red Devils now look increasingly unlikely to finish in the top four, Sunday's defeat leaves them four points behind rivals Manchester City, in the final qualification spot, with six games left to play.