Tottenham 5-4 Leicester City: Wild win for Spurs

Tottenham 5-4 Leicester City: Wild win for Spurs

Vardy's expertly taken second appeared to have earned Leicester a remarkable point, but England team-mate Kane had the last word to seal a scarcely believable three points with his 11th Premier League goal against Leicester - more than any other opponent he has faced.

The game got off to a rapid start as Vardy flicked home a header at the near post from Mahrez's flawless free kick. Meanwhile, Manchester City became the first Premier League side to reach 100 points as the champions capped their memorable season in style thanks to a 1-0 win at Southampton.

"It's a shame, it was a insane game but our first half, like against Arsenal, we played with desire and quality on the floor, scored two fantastic goals and it's a shame to concede and let them back into the game". Lucas Moura won the ball high up the pitch and released Kane, who raced in on goal and shot past Eldin Jakupovic at the near post.

And Pochettino's side made no mistake as they ran out 5-4 winners in a insane game against Leicester City at Wembley.

After a poor header from Eric Dier, Iheanacho picked the ball up, shrugged off Wanyama's challenge and launched an unstoppable effort from 25 yards that rifled into the top corner. Demarai Gray looked close to extending the lead when he forced a fine save from Hugo Lloris after some superb football from Leicester.

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Leicester City manager Claude Puel has insisted that his side should have beaten Tottenham Hotspur at Wembley Stadium after scoring four goals there.

- In contrast, the Foxes have lost after leading by two goals in the top-flight for the first time since October 2003 (3-4 v Wolves).

Kane, though, had the final say and ended the campaign on 30 league goals, curling the ball into the far corner.

Jamie Vardy scored twice, as did Harry Kane and Erik Lamela as Leicester threw away a 3-1 lead.

Leicester regained the lead in the 16th minute when Mahrez lashed home from the edge of the area after Victor Wanyama was dispossessed.

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