Tottenham Hotspur lose further ground with defeat at Leicester City

Tottenham Hotspur lose further ground with defeat at Leicester City

Tottenham Hotspur lose further ground with defeat at Leicester City

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Spurs were unable to rescue a point, though, and any chances they had of mounting another title challenge appear over as they could be 16 points behind leaders Manchester City come this time on Wednesday.

Vardy gets his boot to the ball.

The recalled Rose was then in the right place to clear a Wes Morgan header from close to the goal-line following a corner, but the visitors were behind on 13 minutes.

Hugo Lloris has been criticised in the past for rushing out of his goal a little to early and he was exposed once more by Mark Albrighton's through ball, from which Vardy ran onto and lofted a calm finish beautifully over the Frenchman.

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Spurs were struggling to get going as Leicester set the tempo, but they nearly levelled when Kasper Schmeichel got a touch to Mousa Sissoko's shot and Vicente Iborra cleared off the line. The Dane made a similar save just after the half-hour mark to deny Dele Alli.

The Algerian global cut in from the right before curling the ball out of Lloris's reach from 20 yards out.

Arsenal of course managed to leapfrog Spurs this weekend after they got a last gasp victor against Burnley, and now Groves thinks that the top three is a real possibility for Asene Wenger's men - who of course missed out on the top four last season and are currently playing in the Europa League.

A criticism of Leicester under Puel - this was only his fifth game in charge - has been that his team's second-half performances have not matched that of their first-half displays - and it was the case again on Tuesday night. Well it is now despite their second-half efforts and a host of missed chances when they should have actually salvaged this.

ERIK LAMALA is back on the bench for Spurs after 13 months out with hip injuries. The ball fell to the Dane after a cross to substitute Fernando Llorente, but the play maker lacked the composure usually associated with him and lashed his shot wide from just six yards out.

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