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H. Kane
D. Rose
5 - 4
J. Vardy
R. Mahrez
4 - 4
E. Lamela
K. Walker-Peters
4 - 3
C. Fuchs
Own Goal
3 - 3
E. Lamela
K. Walker-Peters
2 - 3

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Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 6 9
Total Passes 480 265
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Tottenham secure a third successive top-three Premier League finish in quite incredible fashion, as they get the better of a nine-goal thriller at Wembley! Leicester lead by as much as 3-1 early in the second half, but Spurs would score four times after the restart, with Kane eventually sealing the points with his 30th Premier League goal of the season after Vardy's second of the match had pulled the Foxes level at 4-4.
90' + 6' Rose runs down to the corner flag as they see more precious time off here, inching that much closer to a top-three finish. Every other game has gone full-time, meaning this is the last action of the 2017/18 Premier League season!
90' + 4' OUCH! Walker-Peters goes down awkwardly as he lands hard on his left arm, and that will prompt a stoppage here as the training staff comes out to attend to him. There should be more time added on in addition to the initially allotted five minutes, now.
90' + 2' Leicester in possession now as they up the intensity, with three minutes left in their season to try and avoid defeat. Spurs have plenty of bodies back now, so it's not going to take patience and perseverene from the Foxes to find an equaliser, not one of their vintage counters.
Adrien Silva
Yellow Card
90' Silva is booked for Leicester as the board goes up to indicate there will be five minutes added on at the end of this match.
89' Of all teams they’ve faced at least 10 times at home in the Premier League, only against Chelsea (19 per cent) and Man Utd (23 per cent) do Spurs have a lower win rate than they do against Leicester (36 per cent - won 4/11).
87' Is there to be yet another twist in the tale here?! Nine goals in it and still plenty of time for a 10th the way things have been going. Leicester have been starved of possession over the last 10 minutes, but they're starting to open up again as time winds down.
H. Barnes
K. Ịheanachọ
85' Barnes comes on for just his third appearance of the season, replacing Iheanacho.
85' It is Kane who takes, on a hat-trick, but that's an abysmal effort that sails miles over the bar.
Son Heung-Min
M. Sissoko
84' Before the free-kick is taken, Son will come on to replace Sissoko.
H. Choudhury
Yellow Card
83' Choudhury becomes the first Leicester player booked in the match, as frustration sets in for the visitors in the midst of a long spell in possession here from Spurs. Free-kick to come right on the edge of the area for the hosts...
80' This is the first Premier League campaign to see two players score 30 goals (Salah and Kane) since 1993-94 (Andy Cole 34, Alan Shearer 31).
D. Sánchez
E. Lamela
78' Spurs look to close up shop as they bring an extra defender on in Sanchez with their second change, to replace Lamela.
D. Rose
76' Rose provides the assist.
H. Kane
76' SENSATIONAL! SPURS LEAD YET AGAIN! Celebrations yet again around Wembley as Kane finishes beautifully from just inside the penalty area, bending a finish in at the far post for his 30th Premier League goal of the season! It's the first time he's hit 30 in a league campaign!
D. Alli
Lucas Moura
74' A first change for Spurs sees Alli replace Lucas.
R. Mahrez
73' Mahrez provides the assist. He's done so on both Vardy goals today.
J. Vardy
73' AND THERE IS THE EQUALISER! A selfish bit of play from Kane sees Spurs squander a chance at one end, and Leicester break quickly the other way. Vardy gets on the end of the counter and smashes a finish into the roof of the net to even things up at 4-4! Incredible!
71' Into the final 20 minutes now and it remains wonderfully in the balance. Trailing for the first time today, Leicester are in the ascendency yet again in search of the equaliser they crave.
69' Has to be better! That's far too comfortable for Lloris, who should have been tested more there by Mahrez, who was teed up with a good sight of goal, just off to the right, by Diabate! Leicester are certainly threatening again, though!
67' Tottenham are guaranteed a top-four finish for the third consecutive Premier League season – it’s the first time they’ve had three top-flight finishes in 4th or higher since a run of five campaigns between 1959-60 and 1963-64.
65' GREAT SAVE! Iheanacho denied a second as Lloris gets down very well to his left to parry the forward's well-struck effort from 12 yards! Mahrez did well to tee him up there, and then just fails to get onto the rebound as Lloris is able to recover and snatch it up.
63' This has been a sensational watch! It remains incredibly open at Wembley, in front of what is an absolutely deafening atmosphere! Seven goals in it already, and it would be senseless to bet against more!
F. Diabaté
D. Gray
61' Leicester's second change sees Diabate replace Gray.
K. Walker-Peters
60' Two Lamlela goals, two Walker-Peters assists.
E. Lamela
60' TURNAROUND COMPLETE! A top-three finish beckons now for Spurs as from 3-1 down, they lead 4-3! It's a third goal in 10 minutes and a second for Lamela, who again has a simple finish from six yards on the end of a low cross from Walker-Peters! A horrible defensive touch from Gray in the build-up made that all possible.
58' Leicester are winless in their last six Premier League games in London (D3 L3), losing 0-5 at Crystal Palace in their last such match.
H. Choudhury
D. Simpson
56' Leicester make the first change of the match as Choudhury replaces Simpson.
V. Wanyama
Yellow Card
55' Wanyama picks up the first booking of the match for a cynical tug of the shirt of Iheanacho to prevent the forward from breaking quickly.
C. Fuchs
Own Goal
53' SPURS ARE LEVEL! From 3-1 down just five minutes ago, Tottenham have quite incredibly restored parity! It's a head in hands moment for Fuchs who inadvertently turned Lamela's deflected strike in at the near post, as he simply couldn't react quick enough to get out of the way!
51' What a start to the second half this has been! It's a showcase for the Premier League on the final day of the season, and both teams deserve plenty of credit for coming into it with this sort of appetite, despite their being nothing really on the line.
K. Walker-Peters
49' It's not been a good afternoon from Walker-Peters, but perhaps this assist will boost his confidence.
E. Lamela
49' SPURS BACK WITHIN ONE AGAIN! In his 25th Premier League appearance of the season, Lamela finally has his first goal! It's a simple finish from close range on the end of Walker-Peters' low cross, following a stunning passage of play from Spurs! Game on!
K. Ịheanachọ
47' THAT'S A STUNNING HIT! ABSOLUTELY STUNNING! Iheanacho pounces on a poor defensive header from Dier and then fends off a challenge from Wanyama, before guiding a laser beam into the top corner from 25 yards! He smashed that into the back of the net on a rope! Lloris couldn't get anywhere near it!
46' Back underway at Wembley!
Spurs' pursuit of a third successive top-three finish is under threat as Leicester lead through 45 minute in Tottenham's Wembley farewell, through goals from Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez. Harry Kane has the goal for Spurs, and is now one shy of hitting 30 for the first time in a Premier League campaign.
45' There will be two minutes added on at the end of this first half.
43' Leicester remain wonderfully positive in possession. They're so keen to get the ball forward as quick as possible when they win it back, which has continuously kept the Spurs defence on its toes in this first half. The hosts can't lose their focus for even a second, or they will be punished.
41' Anticipation building as we enter the final five minutes of the first half, with Spurs pushing on here in search of an equaliser. The hosts have upped the tempo, showing plenty more urgency, but so far Leicester are finding a way to cope, blocking their way through.
39' Kane has scored 10 Premier League goals against Leicester, more than against any other side.
37' SCRAMBLED BEHIND! Much better from Spurs and who else to carve out that chance but Eriksen, their assists leader this season? The Dane's delicious cross proves a handful for Jakupovic who can't clear the threat, spilling it back into the danger area, but Leicester manage to scramble it behind with Kane lurking!
35' Leicester continuing to do well here in keeping the ball, though the bulk of this spell in possession has come in midfield. Spurs are struggling to win it back, and they've been unable to keep it when they do, with the Foxes pressing quickly to stifle the hosts' attempts to move forward.
33' Spurs' possession dominance has faded over the last five minutes as they've struggled to keep the ball, with Leicester putting in an excellent showing in midfield - and all over the pitch, for that matter. The visitors certainly appear to want it more today, with motivation perhaps a bit of an issue for Pochettino's side.
31' In news from elsewhere, Liverpool have taken a 1-0 lead over Brighton and it's Salah who has scored it. That all but eliminates the chance for Kane to win the golden boot, while Spurs would drop to fourth should that result hold and they fail to turn things around here.
29' Leicester haven’t done the league double over Tottenham since the 1998-99 campaign.
27' HAS TO BE BETTER! Maguire has started every league match for Leicester this season and he could have celebrated the milestone with a goal here, but can't sort out his footing all alone at the far post after being teed up wonderfully by a Vardy header!
26' ALMOST A THIRD! Vintage Leicester as they attack with ruthless pace on the counter! Vardy tees up Gray with a stunning first-time delivery, and the winger produces an equally impressive first-time effort, but Lloris reacts superbly to parry!
24' Two more chances! Jakupovic is forced into a fine reactionary stop to deny Dier's header at the near post on the end of a corner, before Lucas rifles a strike agonisingly wide from 20 yards just moments later!
22' Leicester are beaming with confidence despite Spurs enjoying plenty of possession. They're defending well to keep Spurs on the periphery, and Simpson does really well to head behind a threatening cross on the end of Tottenham's latest attack, with Rose looking sure to meet it at the far post.
20' There's nowhere for Leicester to move today but up. They have a healthy cushion on the sides below them, meaning they can't finish lower than ninth. They can move up and overtake Everton for eighth, however, should they beat Spurs and Everton fail to win at West Ham.
18' The last team to beat both north London sides in consecutive Premier League matches were Manchester United, who beat Spurs 3-0 and Arsenal 8-2 in August 2011. Leicester beat Arsenal 3-1 on Wednesday night.
R. Mahrez
16' LEICESTER LEAD AGAIN AT WEMBLEY! What a remarkable start this has been! The rollercoaster continues here as Mahrez hammers a lovely finish in at the far post after the ball fell kindly for him to hit following a soft touch from Walker-Peters! Mahrez loves himself a goal against Spurs!
15' Spurs have to be careful not to get over-eager and lose their shape while attacking, as Leicester are more than capable of taking advantage on the counter, as they've just shown - though Spurs were bailed out there by the offside flag. Vardy is certainly looking lively, though.
13' It's all Tottenham here. They've responded exceptionally well to falling behind and are now bossing possession, looking for a second. Alderweireld is the latest to test Jakupovic with a good strike from 20 yards, but it's hit too close to the keeper.
11' Salah had scored three more goals than Kane coming into this final day of the season, so the Golden Boot is somewhat out of reach for the Spurs striker barring a sensational showing here today. He's pulled within two, but Salah is also starting today for the Reds at home to Brighton and you wouldn't bet against him finding the back of the net in that one.
9' Kane now has 29 Premier League goals this season – one more will see him score 30 in a campaign for the first time, while it will also be only the second time that two players have scored 30+ league goals in a season since 1993-94 (Andy Cole and Alan Shearer).
Lucas Moura
7' Nice work from Lucas to dispossess Simpson and send Kane through. That's his first Premier League assist!
H. Kane
7' PARITY RESTORED AT WEMBLEY! An immediate response from Kane who is sent forward into space after Simpson concedes possession, and the striker does so well to finish with his left foot in at the near post!
6' While Spurs did secure a top-four finish as a result of Wednesday's victory over Newcastle, coupled with Chelsea's draw against Huddersfield, they do still have something to play for today. Whether or not it's a big deal to them or not, Spurs are fighting for third place. If they drop points here and Liverpool beat Brighton, Pochettino's side will drop to fourth.
R. Mahrez
4' A 10th Premier League assist of the season from Mahrez.
J. Vardy
4' AND THERE'S THE OPENER!! It's a typically excellent finish from Vardy who glances a delightful header in at the far post following an inch-perfect cross from Mahrez from that set piece! It was Walker-Peters who conceded the free-kick, and then the full-back who failed to mark the Leicester talisman as the cross was whipped in. Not a good start from him!
3' Leicester have started well with Spurs lacking a bit of enthusiasm from the off, and the visitors carve out the game's first real chance as some lovely running from Gray down the left flank sees him win a free-kick in a threatening position following a foul from Walker-Peters.
1' AND THEY'RE OFF! A celebratory atmosphere at Wembley as Spurs get the match underway.
Puel makes two changes from Wednesday's victory over Arsenal, with Iborra and Gray replacing Choudhury and Diabate. Maguire keeps his place in the centre of defence, meaning he has started every Premier League match for the Foxes this season. If he plays the full 90 today, he will have played every minute of league action for Leicester this campaign.
Mauricio Pochettino makes five changes to the Spurs side from their victory over Newcastle in midweek that secured a top-four finish. Walker-Peters starts his first Premier League match since opening day, while Alderweireld is restored in defence for what could be his last match for the club amidst a rumoured summer transfer. Dier is restored in midfield, Lucas is awarded his second league start and Lamela also joins attack.
SUBS: Layton Ndukwu, Hamza Choudhury, Harvey Barnes, Fousseni Diabate, Sam Hughes, Ben Hamer, Yohan Benalouane.
LEICESTER (4-2-3-1): Eldin Jakupovic; Danny Simpson, Wes Morgan, Harry Maguire, Christian Fuchs; Adrien Silva, Vicente Iborra; Riyad Mahrez, Kelechi Iheanacho, Demarai Gray; Jamie Vardy.
SUBS: Son Heung-min, Dele Alli, Ben Davies, Fernando Llorente, Juan Foyth, Michel Vorm, Vincent Wanyama.
TOTTENHAM (4-2-3-1): Hugo Lloris; Kyle Walker-Peters, Toby Alderweireld, Jan Vertonghen, Danny Rose; Moussa Sissoko, Eric Dier; Lucas, Christian Eriksen, Erik Lamela; Harry Kane.
Puel took charge near the end of October with the club in 14th place and did well to immediately halt their slide, but his message seems to have worn thin with the club dipping back into their old ways of late, leaving the Frenchman’s future in a bit of uncertainty.
While Spurs are set to say farewell to Wembley, Leicester could be bidding adieu to manager Claude Puel – the Frenchman coming under pressure following a rocky few months, having started his tenure so well.
Life at Wembley has been rocky for Tottenham, starting with an abysmal Champions League campaign in 2016/17, and then a number of dropped points earlier this season, but they will aim to end on a high today as a third successive top-three finish is in their grasp.
For the last time ever, Spurs are hosting a Premier League match at Wembley, set to open their new stadium in advance on next season, and they will be hoping to give a proper farewell to their temporary home.
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