Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur: Leicester City squared off against Tottenham Hotspur at the King Power Stadium on Matchday 19 of the ongoing edition of the Premier League.
Spurs dominated possession for the most part of the game. However, Leicester was able to take the lead in the 1st half with a goal from Patson Daka. Spurs were able to level things up in the 1st half with a special goal from Harry Kane. In the 2nd half, Leicester was again able to take the lead with a superb goal from James Maddison.
It looked like Leicester was going to win but two absolutely incredible very late goals in the stoppage time, from the super sub-Steven Bergwijn, sealed the 3 points for Spurs.
Let’s take a look at the player ratings for Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur match:-
Leicester City vs Tottenham Hotspur Player Ratings
Kasper Schmeichel (5/10): The Danish goalkeeper was pretty solid in front of the nets as he made important saves. However, he was scored passed once by the Spurs.
Jannik Vestergaard (5.7/10): The Danish center-back had a solid game defensively. He made some good blocks and stops. However, he could have done more to stop the late goals.
Caglar Söyüncü (5.6/10): The Turkish defender was pretty much solid in defence but he could have done a bit more to stop the goal.
Luke Thomas (6.2/10): The left-back had a good game tonight carrying the ball well and making some goal-line clearances.
Marc Albrighton (6.3/10): The wing-back had a pretty good game both defensively and offensively. He made an excellent goal-line clearance.
Ademola Lookman (6.2/10): The winger was hard-working today and kept running at the opponent defenders. He helped a lot in the 1st goal for Leicester.
Hamza Choudhury (6/10): The defensive midfielder had a decent game playing as aright back making some good challenges.
James Maddison (7.5/10): The attacking midfielder was ever so elegant on the ball. His off-the-ball movement was also upright. He scored 2nd for Leicester city with a superbly set up goal.
Kieran Dewsbury-Hall (6.4/10): The midfielder carried the ball well and he also played some decent passes.
Youri Tielemans (5.5/10): The midfielder’s performance was far from his best today and was sloppy at times with and also without the ball.
Patson Daka (7/10): The Zambian forward was on target as he scored the 1st goal for Leicester City. He also tried to put pressure on the opponent’s defenders.
James Justin (4.5/10): He did not have a very effective game. However, he made some passes and combined somewhat well with his teammates.
Harvey Barnes (6.5/10): He had an instant impact on the game as he assisted the 2nd goal for the home side, 40 seconds after coming on as a sub.
Boubakary Soumaré: N/A
Hugo Lloris (5.5/10): The French goalkeeper was pretty solid in front of the goal making some good stops. However, he was scored passed twice by the home team.
Davinson Sánchez (6.3/10): The Colombian center-back had a really solid game defensively. He also played some good passes.
Ben Davies (6.2/10): The left-back playing as a left-center back was effective defensively. His long grounded passes can also be well appreciated.
Japhet Tanganga (6.3/10): The defender was also very solid making some good stops and blocks. He was good in the air as well.
Sergio Reguilón (6/10): The Spanish left-back carried the ball well and his off-the-ball movement was also quite decent. However, it was his mistake that led to the 1st goal by the home side.
Emerson (5/10): The right-back did not have an effective game at all and he was replaced at the beginning of the 2nd half.
Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg (6.3/10): The Danish midfielder was pretty decent tonight with his crisp passing and ball holding.
Harry Winks (6/10): The English defensive midfielder was good on the ball and also made a few upright passes.
Oliver Skipp (6.3/10): The central midfielder was energetic and always eager to make something happen. He played some really good passes.
Lucas Moura (6.4/10): The Brazilian forward was really good on the ball and tried to make something happen every time he had the ball
Harry Kane (8/10): The English striker was absolutely brilliant today as he scored the 1st equalizer for Spurs and also assisted the winner for Spurs as well.
Matt Doherty (5.7/10): The right-back had a decent game after coming on as a half-time substitute. He was influential in the 2nd goal for the Spurs.
Giovani Lo Celso (4.5/10): The Argentine was not very effective after coming on as a sub. He did however play some passes.
Steven Bergwijn (8/10): The Dutch were absolutely outstanding tonight as he scored the equalizer as well as the winner in the stoppage time to seal the victory for the Spurs.