Plucky Leicester again gave it their all at White Hart Lane but had to settle for another valiant defeat. The Foxes' 4-3 loss to Tottenham had echoes of the enthralling 4-4 draw when the sides met in north London in 2004, but this time, Nigel Pearson's men came up short.
Former Leicester loanee Harry Kane scored his first Premier League hat-trick and will rightly take the plaudits just days after getting his first England call-up.
Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson has branded referee Mike Dean "one of the most arrogant men I have met" after Tottenham were awarded a contentious penalty during their 4-3 victory at White Hart Lane on Saturday.
Wes Morgan equalised five minutes after the interval, but match official Dean then controversially adjudged David Nugent to have fouled Danny Rose for a penalty which Kane converted to put Spurs 3-2 up.
Jeffrey Schlupp scored an own goal five minutes from time before Nugent's...
Harry Kane's dream week got even better on Saturday as the Tottenham striker followed his first England callup with a maiden Premier League hat trick as embattled Leicester were defeated in a thrilling 4-3 encounter.
The eyes of the footballing world were trained on the 21-year-old at White Hart Lane in his final club match before linking up with Roy Hodgson's men for the matches against Lithuania and Italy.
Kane could not be heading away in much better form, having netted his first top-flight treble...