Tottenham and Leicester City played out a 1-1 draw at White Hart Lane, which was the 4th draw for Pochettino’s men in 5 games.

Last season’s main title contenders went head to head for the first time this season and shared the points after what was a mildly entertaining match, with goals coming in each half from Victor Janssen and Ahmed Musa.

Something has to give… #TotLei

No goals yet in the Premier League’s 3pm kick-offs.

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It took until the 44th minute for Spurs to take the lead after a number of missed chances. Victor Janssen scored his second penalty in as many games to send the Londoners up on the brink of half time.

The second half started much better than that of the first, and the Champions came back flying with summer signing Ahmed Musa bringing the Foxes level.

The Spurs faithful weren’t quite pleased with the draw. Even though they were coming up against the reigning champions, most of them saw it as 2 points dropped rather than one earned after their 4th draw in 5 games.

Victor Janssen hasn’t gotten off to the brightest start in the Premier League, and the absence of Harry Kane and Eriksen virtually being a spectator are proving costly for the Spurs.

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