Leicester City continued their gre
at away from with a dominating performance at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to move the Foxes into second.
Brendan Rodgers’ welcomed back Timothy Castagne into his Leicester City starting line-up, which gave his side flexibility to use different formations in and out of possession.
It meant that Spurs never had a look in and the Foxes dominated from start to finish with excellent performances all over the pitch.
It’s a result that further enhances Leicester’s top four aspirations, but who were the stand out performers? Foxes of Leicester rates all featuring players, along with naming a Man of the Match.
Kasper Schmeichel– 7
It’s always fascinating to hear his communication with his teammates. He’s so loud, clear and demanding, probably part of reason why the Foxes didn’t offer anything to the hosts, which meant that the Dane didn’t have a lot to do, apart from an incredible acrobatic save from close range.
Marc Albrighton– 7
I’ve been a big critic of Albrighton over the years but recently he has been so instrumental to this current success. Again he was deployed as a wing-back and offered some quality on and off the ball, and his cross for the goal was brilliant. A crucial player for this season