Competing at the King Power Stadium, Sunday (23/5/2021) evening WIB, Tottenham first made threats through Son Heung-min’s shot. The ball shot from the front of the penalty box still hit the opposing player.
Leicester turns to threaten in the ninth minute. Caglar Soyuncu welcomes a corner, but Hugo Lloris saves his header.
The Foxes were awarded a penalty after Jamie Vardy was fouled by Toby Alderweireld. This decision was made after being reviewed by VAR and Vardy as the successful executor to bring Leicester 1-0 ahead in the 18th minute.
Leicester makes a substitution in the 21st minute. Nampalys Mendy comes on for the injured Wesley Fofana.
Tottenham have not been able to make a threat to Leicester’s goal until the game has been running for half an hour. Ryan Mason’s team attacks often run aground when entering the opponent’s penalty box.
Leicester made a threat in the 35th minute. The ball from Marc Albrighto’s long-range shot can still be secured by Lloris.
Tottenham wasted a chance in the 37th minute. Dele Alli’s lob bait fell at Son’s feet and because of his back-to-back position, he sent a pass to Harry Kane. Soyuncu quickly swept the ball before being struck by Kane.
A chaos occurred in the Leicester penalty box as a result of a corner kick. Kane, who was in free position, fired a volley to make it 1-1.
There were no additional goals until halftime. The 1-1 result temporarily still leaves Leicester in fifth place in the standings even though Chelsea are 0-1 behind from Aston Villa.
The composition of Players:
Leicester: Schmeichel; Castagne, Fofana (Mendy 21 ‘), S0yuncu; Albrighton, Tielemans, Ndidi, Maddison, Thomas; Vardy, Iheanacho.
Tottenham: Lloris; Doherty, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Reguilon; Winks, Hojbjerg; Bergwijn, Dele, Son; Kane.