Kane Hat-trick, Spurs Bend Leicester 4-3
London – Harry Kane was again the winner Tottenham Hotspur. Kane performed brilliantly in the match against Leicester City through the three goals he scored and helped the Spurs win 4-3.
In the match at White Hart Lane on Saturday (21/03/2015), the Spurs a 1-0 lead in the sixth minute. Starting from a corner kick taken by Andros Townsend, Eric Dier who are in pole near the ball. Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel could frustrate Dier, but the ball leading to Kane, who immediately mencocornya again into the goal.
Kane re-listed his name on the scoreboard in the 13th minute. Kane shot from inside the penalty box to change direction after about Robert Huth and make Schmeichel could not do much to save his goal. Spurs lead 2-0.
In the 38th minute, Leicester minimize dropping to 1-2 with a goal by Jamie Vardy. Vardy not waste David Nugent’s cross from the right side for Spurs goalkeeper.
Score became 2-2 in the 50th minute. Leicester equalized after a header from a corner kick Wes Morgan forward Matthew James fruitful goal.
Entering the 63rd minute, the referee pointed to the spot and gave a penalty for Spurs following a foul on Danny Rose Nugent. Kane who became executor successfully deceiving Schmeichel to bring Spurs back ahead 3-2.
Spurs advantage increases when the game was 85 minutes. Jeff Schlupp own goal put the home side a 4-2 lead.
Leicester who have not surrendered reduce the gap to 3-4 with a shot Nugent in the 90th minute. But, they were not able to score the equalizing goal in the remaining time.
This victory did not change the position of the Spurs in the seventh Premier League standings. The Lilywhites collected 53 points from 30 matches, three points adrift of Manchester United who is ranked fourth. Leicester still slumped in the bottom of the standings with 19 points.
Tottenham Hotspur: Lloris (Vorm 4 ‘); Walker, Dier, Vertonghen, Rose; Mason (Dembele 86 ‘), Bentaleb; Townsend (Paulinho 58 ‘), Eriksen, Chadli; Kane.
Leicester City: Schmeichel; De Laet, Morgan, Huth (Mahrez 76 ‘), Upson (Wasilewski 46’), Schlupp; Nugent, James, Cambiasso (King 86 ‘), Vardy; Ulloa