Tottenham defeated Leicester City on Wednesday to get an unbelievable victory with two injury-time goals coming from Steven Bergwijn at the King Power Stadium.
The most interesting part of the match was obviously the 2-1 comeback of the White lillies to victory.
Bergwijn’s 95th-minute equaliser from Matt Doherty’s pass made the difference in a game that Leicester took charge with the aim to defeat Spurs.
The drama started when the 79th-minute Dutchman substitute, took the ball around goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel in the seventh minute of stoppage time and scored the winner with the ball going in off the post.
The Foxes had taken the lead against the run of play in the 24th minute with Patson Daka’s clinical finish over visiting goalkeeper Hugo Lloris with the hosts’ first shot on target.
Harry Kane played crucial role in the aspect of assist after having a shot cleared off the line and also hit the crossbar and equalised just before half-time.
James Maddison then put Leicester ahead in the 76th minute after he had linked up well with substitute Harvey Barnes and the hosts thought they were collecting the three points before Bergwijn’s dramatic double.