Tottenham frustrate Leicester City with dramatic win

Tottenham ignited the struggle for the European Champions League qualification spots in the English Premier League after their dramatic 3-2 victory over Leicester City yesterday. They are in fifth place with 36 points from 19 games, one point behind West Ham fourth (22 games) and one point ahead of His London neighbor Arsenal (20 games).

At King Power Stadium, the hosts gave up their lead twice through Zambian Batson Dhaka (24) and James Madison (76), where Tottenham responded through top scorer Harry Kane (38) and Berkhvin, the undisputed champion of the match (90 + 5 and 90 + 7).

The most optimistic about Tottenham's performance did not expect this dramatic and positive end at the same time for the Italian coach Antonio Conte's team, as he turned the table on Leicester, who thought he was on his way to victory after Madison's goal 14 minutes before the end of normal time.

Leicester's lead until the last minutes came against the course of the match, where Spurs were the best party in the match, but the credit is definitely due to Berchwen, who has never scored a goal in the league this season.

Berkhvin managed to score two goals in two consecutive attacks, after he equalized in the fifth minute of stoppage time, as soon as Leicester moved the ball in the middle until Tottenham snatched the ball before Kane passed to the Dutch player who dodged the Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel and shot in the goal (90 +7).

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