Substitute Harry Kane earned Tottenham Hotspur a 2-2 draw at home to Leicester City on Sunday with an 89th-minute penalty that kept his side in the FA Cup. Spurs took an early lead through Christian Eriksen in the third-round tie, before goals from Marcin Wasilewski and half-time substitute Shinji Okazaki put Leicester in control. But after Nathan Dyer was adjudged to have handled the ball in the closing stages, England striker Kane, 22, slammed home a late spot-kick to take his Tottenham tally to 50 goals. The teams now face a replay at the King Power Stadium, but not before crossing swords again in the Premier League at White Hart Lane on Wednesday. Both teams made wholesale changes — eight for Tottenham, seven for Leicester — and while the hosts left Kane on the bench, Jamie Vardy was absent for the visitors after undergoing minor groin surgery. The game’s first opportunity, in the eighth minute, yielded its first goal. Tom […]