With Tottenham leading 2-0 at half-time at Leicester, the visitors’ penultimate game of the season was threatening to turn into a goal-fest.
Harry Kane opened the scoring midway through the first half before Heung-Min Son doubled Spurs’ advantage before half-time.
Leicester managed to pull one after the break. Hugo Lloris rushed out to clear but the ball fell to Ben Chilwell — the left-back calmly slotted home.
But Kane proved impossible to stop in his hunt for a second successive golden boot. Victor Wanyama rose to meet a Toby Alderweireld cross, and Kane was there to nod in from close range.
— Six Foot Newt (@6footnewt) May 18, 2017
Son then scored a wonderful individual goal to make it 4-1.
GOAL! 4-1. Son scores his second
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