Leicester City slip as Spurs make a comeback to win 3-2

Tottenham Hotspur won the match in some fashion after a brace from Steven Bergwijn in stoppage time.


Antonio Conte’s men remain unbeaten after an extraordinary win at the King Power stadium against Leicester City on Wednesday night after a brace from Steven Bergwijn to seal the 3 points.

Patson Daka took Foxes ahead in the match at 24 minutes after scoring the goal against the run of play after a finish beyond France international Hugo Lloris.

Spurs who were playing extremely well were unlucky as their two efforts were cleared off the line until Harry Kane equalised for the visitors on 38th minute of the match when he dribbled past through the Foxes defence and scored the goal and was the best player on the pitch for spurs in the first half.

Harvey barnes who came on as a substitute did not take time to  make an impact with a brilliant touch to make James Maddison score the goal and bring Leicester’s back in the game.The Foxes were on edge of their victory against spurs when Steven Bergwijn scored an equalizer on 90+5 minutes after an good play by the substitute Doherty.

Just after the kick off after conceding the second goal Youri Tielemans lost the possession of the ball and gave it away to Kane who put the ball behind Leicester’s helpless back line and  Bergwijn scored the winner on the last kick off the game.


Leicester’s City’s manager Brendan Rodgers was not happy and said it was “naive” of his team which threw away the three points in and embarrasing manner.