Premier League: Tottenham Hotspur estinguishes Leicester City 6-2 with a superb match

LONDON. Tottenham Hotspur demolishes Leicester City 6-2 with goals of

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LONDON. Tottenham Hotspur demolishes Leicester City 6-2 with goals of H. Kane (9′), E. Dier (22′), R. Bentancur (48′), Son Heung-Min (73′), Son Heung-Min (84′) and Son Heung-Min (88′). On the other side, Leicester City scored with ​ Y. Tielemans (6′ pen), J. Maddison (41′). Leicester City lost this match even if it was superior in terms of ball possession (57%).

The match was held at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium Stadium in London on Saturday and this began at 4:30 pm UTC. The referee was Simon Hooper who was helped by Adrian Holmes and Mark Scholes. The 4th official was Jarred Gillett. The weather was cloudy. The temperature was pleasant around 15.2 degrees Celsius or 59.43 Fahrenheit. Humidity was up to 47%.​

Match Statistics

Leicester City was in firm control of the ball 57% while Tottenham Hotspur was struggling with a 43% ball possession.

Leicester City was more aggressive with 49 dangerous attacks and 21 shots of which 8 were on target. Even so, Tottenham Hotspur found a way to find the solution to win this match.​

Tottenham Hotspur shot 15 times, 8 on target, 7 off target. On the opposite side, Leicester City shot 21 times, 8 on target, 13 off target.

Cards

Tottenham Hotspur received 1 yellow card (I. Perisic). On the other side, Leicester City received 2 yellow cards (W. Ndidi and P. Daka).

After playing this match, Tottenham Hotspur will have 14 points like Manchester City to stay in the 3rd place. On the opposite side, Leicester City will stay with 1 points to stay in the 20th place.

Match Events

  • 6'
    6'

    Y. Tielemans (Penalty)

  • 9'
    9'

    H. Kane

  • 22'
    22'

    E. Dier

    I. Perisic

  • 41'
    41'

    J. Maddison

    T. Castagne

  • 48'
    48'

    R. Bentancur

  • 49'
    49'

    W. Ndidi

  • 55'
    55'

    Emerson Royal

    I. Perisic

  • 59'
    59'

    Son Heung-Min

    Richarlison

  • 59'
    59'

    C. Romero

    D. Sanchez

  • 61'
    61'

    P. Daka

  • 70'
    70'

    Y. Bissouma

    D. Kulusevski

  • 73'
    73'

    Son Heung-Min

  • 73'
    73'

    I. Perisic

  • 74'
    74'

    J. Vardy

    P. Daka

  • 74'
    74'

    K. Iheanacho

    K. Dewsbury-Hall

  • 84'
    84'

    Son Heung-Min

  • 85'
    85'

    B. Soumare

    W. Ndidi

  • 87'
    87'

    Son Heung-Min

    P. Hojbjerg

Next match

In the upcoming Premier League match, Tottenham Hotspur will play away with Arsenal on the 1st of October with a 13-10 head to head in favor of Arsenal (12 draws).

Leicester City will host Nottingham Forest on the 3rd of October with a 4-4 head to head record.

Tottenham Hotspur: Formation and Lineups

Tottenham Hotspur started with a 3-4-2-1 line-up (3-4-2-1).

The manager Antonio Conte chose to play with the following team: Hugo Lloris (6.8), Davinson Sánchez (6.7), Eric Dier (7.3), Clément Lenglet (6.7), Ivan Perišić (6.5), Pierre-Emile Højbjerg (7.6), Rodrigo Bentancur (8.7), Ryan Sessegnon (6.2), Dejan Kulusevski (7.4), Richarlison (6.2) and Harry Kane (8.0).

Substitutes

Tottenham Hotspur made 4 changes: I. Perisic for Emerson Royal (55′), Richarlison for Son Heung-Min (59′), D. Sanchez for C. Romero (59′) and D. Kulusevski for Y. Bissouma (70′).

Top player: Heung-min Son

The player who no doubt impressed Tottenham Hotspur the most was Heung-min Son.

His rating is (9.4) with 3 goals, 6 passes (66% accurate) and 0 key passes. He was won 2 duels out of 3.

His performance was notable also because he began the game from the bench before entering the field in the 59′.

Leicester City: Formation and Lineups

Leicester City started with a mid-fielder-oriented line-up (4-1-4-1).

On the opposite side, Brendan Rodgers played with: Danny Ward (5.8), Timothy Castagne (6.1), Jonny Evans (6.3), Wout Faes (5.9), James Justin (6.3), Wilfred Ndidi (5.8), James Maddison (7.6), Youri Tielemans (7.3), Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (6.5), Harvey Barnes (6.1) and Patson Daka (7.2).

Substitutes

Leicester City made 2 changes: P. Daka for J. Vardy (74′) and K. Dewsbury-Hall for K. Iheanacho (74′).

Top player: James Maddison

The player who no doubt impressed Leicester City the most was James Maddison.

His rating is (7.6) with 1 goal, 44 passes (81% accurate) and 3 key passes. He was won 7 duels out of 10. He performed 4 crosses.

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