End-to-end stuff. Danny Rose hits the side-netting and that is the final play of the match.
- Tottenham four games without a victory in all competitions
- Jamie Vardy returns to Leicester starting line-up
- Foxes have yet to win away from home
Leonardo Ulloa's header from a Christian Fuchs free-kick is a fraction wide! Oof.
Tottenham's fans urging their team forward. Danny Rose with a fine cross into the box... it evades his team-mates but the ball flies back to Jan Vertonghen whose rifled effort is just a fraction wide.
A free-kick to Leicester... Danny Drinkwater floats the ball towards the far post... Wes Morgan heads down and across but it's straight at Hugo Lloris.
There will be five minutes added on, which is plenty of time for a winner.
Five minutes remaining. Jan Vertonghen's header hits the crossbar!
Less than 10 minutes remaining and Leicester are in the ascendancy. A worry for the hosts. The men in blue maintaining possession, putting as many crosses into the box as they can. It's nervy at White Hart Lane.
Another change for Leicester. Leonardo Ulloa replaces Shinji Okazaki.
Another opportunity for Vincent Janssen. Christian Eriksen with a delightful chipped cross into the six-yard box but the Dutchman's header is straight at Kasper Schmeichel.
Vincent Janssen holding off Robert Huth... an adroit turn and the striker is a fraction wide of finding the bottom of the net.
We're into the final 15 minutes and there is no way of knowing how this match will end. Tottenham have failed to make the most of their possession, while Leicester are looking dangerous on the counter-attack.
Andy King brings down Dele Alli as the midfielder attempts to pirouette away from the Welshman. Foxes players protest - it's a decision which could be questioned - but nevertheless Vincent Janssen is lining up the set piece on the edge of the box. The striker attempts to curl his effort into the top corner, but it's a few inches wide.
Jeffrey Schlupp comes on for Leicester, replacing goalscorer Ahmed Musa who took a knock in the process of scoring.
Tottenham dominating possession but Leicester's defence is organised and not easy to penetrate. Danny Rose sprinting down the left, cuts back to Christian Eriksen but the Dane cannot make contact.
Victor Wanyama rolls the ball to Danny Rose and the full-back, arriving late, shoots from distance but it was way way way way way way off target.
Ahmed Musa with a late challenge on Dele Alli and the goalscorer receives a deserved yellow card.
Kasper Schmeichel punches the ball away from Son Heung-Min with the forward four yards or so away from goal. The Foxes goalkeeper needed to be alert.
Christian Eriksen, on the edge of the box, takes aim but the ball bobbles gently to Kasper Schmeichel. The goalkeeper however drives his goal-kick towards Vincent Janssen - nervy stuff... but the Foxes manage to boot the ball out of play to ease the nerves.
Craig Pankhurst: Diabolical defending. Seriously Spurs! Any danger of winning a match?
Champions: That goal from Ahmed Musa early on gives us such a good chance to win this now.
Alex: Let's just hope we don't do a Sunderland after scoring the equaliser.
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Leicester have clearly decided that if they are going to get a win from their game at Tottenham then it is going to come from down the right wing.
That stat below shows where they have attacked so far, during the second half only.
The tempo of this match has quickened. Leicester rushing out in defence with more urgency, forcing Tottenham to speed up their play. Andy King with a foul on Dele Alli - nice distance for Christian Eriksen, but the Dane fails to clear the wall.
Spurs were the only side yet to concede from open play in the Premier League this season - but Ahmed Musa has ruined that stat. An interesting second half ahead. The goalscorer, by the way, is back on the pitch.
Jamie Vardy, whose pace has Tottenham's defence on their heels, finds the supporting Ahmed Musa with a pass across goal and the £16m summer singing side-foots home. He seems to have injured himself in the process, hobbling off for medical attention.
Robert Huth has had five touches in that half. He conceded a penalty which sees his side trail.
The central defender played five passes, two of them found feet.
He doesn't deserve his half-time orange.
Added time at White Hart Lane... Danny Drinkwater with a ball over the top for Riyad Mahrez, but despite Leicester fans raising their voices Tottenham's defence is ordered and composed - and that is the last play of the match.
Robert Huth is the man who concedes the spot-kick, bringing down Vincent Janssen. Leicester's players protest but the defender did wrap his arms around the Dutchman.
Janssen steps up and strikes it down the middle for his first Premier League goal.
Kyle Walker with the pull back towards Dele Alli and the midfielder's first-time strike hits the woodwork. That was the best chance of the half. Kasper Schmeichel would've been beaten had he hit the target.
Riyad Mahrez with a chipped corner towards Christian Fuchs on the edge of the box... The full-back isn't going to score with another scorcher, surely? Nope. The Austrian hits the ball cleanly on the volley but it continues to rise as it flies beyond the crossbar.
A disappointing free-kick from Christian Eriksen as the ball drifts straight at Kasper Schmeichel. The hosts definitely lacking bite in the final third.
Leicester's Jamie Vardy is quiet at the moment. Thirty minutes in and no touches in the opposing penalty area for the England centre-forward.
Oof! Vincent Janssen on the near post, two yards from goal... Christian Eriksen's cross finds him - but somehow the Dutchman, off balance slightly, sweeps his shot across the face of the goal.
Riyad Mahrez steps inside and finds Shinji Okazaki, but the forward cannot keep his header on target. Leicester beginning to stir.
Promising for Leicester who are quick on the counter-attack. Ahmed Musa releases Jamie Vardy but the striker fails to take the ball in his stride. Had he gathered Vardy would have been clear on goal. Instead, Spurs are off the hook.
Danny Drinkwater does well, shaking off Dele Alli who was breathing down his neck. Had the midfielder lost possession in his own half Leicester would have been in trouble. The defending champions have yet to trouble Hugo Lloris in the Tottenham goal, though. In fact, they have yet to register a shot on target
Victor Wanyama with a shot from distance, but Kasper Schmeichel is untroubled.
Danny Rose with a cross into the box from the left towards Dele Alli. The Tottenham man collapses to the floor as he and Christian Fuchs come together. He appeals for a penalty, but it would have been harsh to award that.
Christian Eriksen, wide inside the box, has two opportunities to find a white-shirted player but both his efforts are blocked. A free-kick for Spurs 30 yards or so out to the left of goal as Andy King fouls Dele Alli. Eriksen steps up, plenty of swerve but the ball flies wide of the near post.
Much of the play now taking play in the Leicester half as Tottenham's midfield have gained a stranglehold of proceedings. Mousa Dembele and Victor Wanyama are dominant.
Pressure building and it all stems from a Tottenham corner. Eric Dier's dangerous ball evades those in blue and white but the ball pops up for Dele Alli on the edge of the box and the England play-maker forces a routine save from Kasper Schmeichel.
Tottenham have woken up and are now keeping hold of the ball. The hosts gallop forward, switching play from Danny Rose through to Kyle Walker on the other end of the pitch... There is no opening but Leicester should worry about the ease in which the Londoners are able to get the ball.