Leicester’s poor finishing and missed chances will be haunting them as they lost 3-1 to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday afternoon.

The Foxes created plenty of chances in the first half but the scoring was opened by Spurs defender Davinson Sanchez in the 33rd minute after the Leicester defence left Christian Eriksen unmarked on the edge of the box to whip a ball in towards the Colombian.

Leicester continued to press forward after going behind and were looking the better side as they created plenty of chances to level the scoring with their finishing letting them down. Harvey Barnes and Demarai Gray both squandering great opportunities.

Then just before the hour mark Leicester’s top scorer Jamie Vardy comes off the bench and with his first touch of the game strikes a poor penalty saved by Hugo Lloris. Soon after Christian Eriksen fired in a terrific effort past Schmeichel to put the home side 2-0 up.

The goal seemed to be against the run of play and Leicester continued to bombard the Tottenham back-line and finally found their way into the net with Vardy poking in a brilliant ball sent across the six-yard box by full-back Ricardo Pereira at the end of what was a lovely team goal from the Foxes.

The game was put to bed though as Leicester tried to earn a point, a Spurs clearance and a Wilfred Ndidi slip gave Son the chance to tear up an open path to goal and dispatched his shot past the keeper to end the game at 3-1.

Ultimately a very frustrating game for Leicester who could have come away with more if they had their shooting boots on.

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