Premier League Score Results Leicester City vs Tottenham – Following are the results of the Premier League match between Leicester City vs Tottenham on Thursday (20/01/22) early morning WIB, the injury time drama brought the visitors to victory.

When Tottenham came to play at Leicester City's King Power Stadium in Week 17 of the postponed Premier League match, the visitors had quite a hard time.

Leicester City come into this game with a narrow 1-0 win over Liverpool and will be looking to build on that momentum to break into the top five.

Patson Daka and Ademola Lookman carried Leicester City's attack in the absence of Jamie Vardy, who was injured.

Meanwhile in the Tottenham camp, the names Harry Kane and Lucas Moura are believed to be starters to bombard the host's defense.

First Chapter Leicester City vs Tottenham

Despite appearing in front of his own supporters, Leicester City came under a lot of pressure early in the first half.

Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel had to work hard in the 22nd minute to keep Moura's shot off target.

However, two minutes later, Leicester's attack design from the wing was able to make the whole stadium roar when Patson Daka scored against Hugo Lloris. The final score is revised by single digits.

Tottenham, who eventually dominated the game, immediately increased the tension after going behind and creating many chances.

Because of that, Harry Kane was able to equalize in the 38th minute thanks to Harry Winks' precise assist. The final tally was 1-1 once again.

At the end of the first half, Tottenham still attacked the Leicester defense. Poor finishing and solid defense from the home side kept the score at zero until the break.

Both sides were held to a 1-1 draw at the end of the first half.

2nd round Leicester City vs Tottenham

After the break, Leicester continued to rely on their counter-attacking strategy to great effect in the first half.

This allowed Tottenham to dominate the game again and repeatedly pose a threat to the Leicester defense at the start of the second half.

In the 65th minute, Leicester's attack from the side ended with a very good foul in front of the Tottenham penalty box. But unfortunately, Leicester's free kick execution failed to bring results.

Ten minutes later, Leicester City's counter-attack again managed to score the second goal for the home team.

This time through the work of James Maddison who managed to maximize the substitution bait, Harvey Barnes. In Leicester City's advantage, the final score showed 2-1.

In the final minutes of the score, Leicester City led 2-1. However, during the seven minutes of stoppage time, a pleasant surprise arose.

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