The south Korean midtbaneeleganten, Davinson Sánchez and Christian Eriksen secured three strong points with each of its scoring and sent Leicester empty-handed from Wembley. Jamie Vardy scored for the guests after earlier having missed a penalty.
Sánchez notched his first Tottenham-scoring when he headet into the post to Christian Eriksen goal after just over half hour. Leicester calling for offside, but Ricardo Pereira was the scapegoat for the guests.Liverpool tabelltopp after victory against Bournemouth missed penalties
Vardy started on the bench and got the chance from straffemerket straight from the bench after James Maddison was felled by Jan Vertonghen. The british artist was not able to outwit Hugo Lloris who brilliantly saved the attempt down in the corner. It was the frenchman's first strafferedning in the league since 2014.
Hurt was worse for blåtrøyene when Eriksen doubled the lead for the hosts. Three minutes after straffebommen be outwitted dane has his landslagskollega Kasper Schmeichel with a delightful shot from 17 metres.
Quarter before the end did Vardy up for straffebommen when he dotted into the post to Ricardo Pereira for the great Leicester-the preparatory work.Son-settle the score
Leicester were well in the match and had far more terminations on goal than the hosts. In overtime thrown blåtrøyene the majority in the attack, Tottenham exploited to the full. Moussa Sissoko sent the Son off with a simple pass. Alone against Schmeichel was sørkoreaneren cold as a fish and set the final score to 3-1.
Son got with it revansjert the yellow card he got in the first place. After a quarter he went to the ground and cried the punish. Even if there was contact with Harry Maguire, fell sørkoreaneren something easy, and referee Michael Oliver gave Tottenham star a yellow card for filming.
the Victory makes that Tottenham are standing with 60 points after 26 matches. Liverpool and Manchester City have, respectively, 65 and 62 points after as many matches. City meet Chelsea for the storoppgjør later Sunday.- Three players Solskjær can't rely on