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Ndidi, Musa helpless as Tottenham hammer Leicester 6-1

Ndidi, Musa helpless as Tottenham hammer Leicester 6-1
May 18
23:33 2017

Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi could do nothing to save Leicester City from getting hammered 6-1 by Tottenham Hotspurs on Thursday night.


The visitors dominated the first forty-five minutes, knocking the ball around the King Power Stadium with ease due to a lack of pressure from the Leicester side.

Tottenham took the lead as pacy Heung-Min Son fed the ball for an onrushing Harry Kane who scored from close range in the 25th minute.

Son found the bottom corner from a Dele Alli flick over Leicester’s defence to double Tottenham’s tally in the 36th minute.


A mistake from Hugo Lloris allowed Leicester back into the contest as he was punished by Ben Chilwel for the host’s sole goal in the 59th minute.

Victor Wanyama headed the ball back across goal to find Kane, who nodded in his second of the night and 24th of the season in the 63rd minute.

Son scored his second goal through a low shot into the bottom left corner in the 79th minute.


After Son’s goal, Ahmed Musa was brought on to replace Jamie Vardy but was unable to inspire his side to an unlikely comeback.

Kane compounded the agony for the Foxes as he smashed a strike into the bottom corner for his fourth of the night in injury time

The English striker is the highest goalscorer in the English Premier League this season with 26 strikes.



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