Tottenham 3 Leicester City 1: Eriksen seals victory after Vardy misses penalty

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Moussa Sissoko insists there is long enough to go this season for Spurs to overtake Man City and Liverpool Credit Rii Schroer

The England man then pulled a goal back for the Foxes, but Tottenham were not to be denied, and wrapped up a potentially valuable three points when Son Heung-min raced clear of the opposing back line to slot home a third in injury time.

Tottenham will now turn their attention to the Champions League, with the first leg of their last-16 tie against Borussia Dortmund taking place on Wednesday.

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The South Korean went on to get on the scoresheet at Wembley, putting the finishing touches on a win that had been set up by Davinson Sanchez and Christian Eriksen goals.

"If we are being targeted (by referees), I don't understand why".

"I am so happy with my players". I am a person who accepts the mistakes, but today it was so clear.

'I always accept the mistake but I think it was so unusual the situation today.

The striker had been dropped from the starting lineup and only came on to take the spot kick after Tottenham defender Jan Vertonghen knocked over James Maddison.

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"I don't know if we can arrive at this level but of course we want to continue to develop our players like other big teams". Twenty-four hours in this type of competition is massive.

And it was Leicester with the first sight of goal after the break too, Ricardo Pereira's cross falling perfectly to Demarai Gray but his header from 10 yards was straight at Lloris, while our skipper was also tested by shots from Gray and Chilwell in the next few minutes, but saved both comfortably.

"It is so hard to understand why, when we had one week clear to play this game and to schedule it on a different day, and only I am explaining my feelings and how hard it is to prepare a game when you only have today and then you're going to need to play". Frustratingly for Leicester fans, those two impressive results aside, they have lost five of their last six games in all competitions, including defeats to Newport, Cardiff and Southampton.

"He was ready to come on the pitch and I gave him the opportunity to take the penalty", the Frenchman said.

"It was the same feeling against (Manchester) United, we wasted a lot of chances".

We were struggling to find our rhythm as the visitors started to dominant and push us back, Vardy and substitute Kelechi Iheanacho spurning good efforts and they were peppering our box with crosses high and low.

"He's one of the best keepers in the world", he said. "All the game we had a lot of chances".

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