Five things we learnt from Leicester’s trip to White Hart Lane
Tottenham took the lead, had the majority of the play and had several clear chances, but they could not find a winner against a Leicester City side who showed the resilience they have been devoid of for much of this Premier League season.
Mauricio Pochettino’s side excelled for much of the match. They performed well for large portions of the game, with a solitary defensive lapse giving their opponents the chance to draw level. The majority of the game was an attack versus defence encounter, as Spurs maintained their unbeaten Premier League record. Still in touch of the league leading sides, Spurs are finding ways to avoid defeat.
Concerns will be afoot that their play in the final third is short of invention of late, however, and Pochettino will be desperate for Harry Kane to return to action.
A draw did little to help either side, although damage was limited to either team as a result, too. Claudio Ranieri would have taken a point at lunchtime on Saturday, you can be sure of that.
So, what did we learn?