Goals from Davinson Sanches, Christian Eriksen and Heung-min Son condemned Leciester City to a Premier League defeat, Jamie Vardy coming off the bench to miss a penalty.
Leicester created most of the chances, the foxes attempting 20 shots of which 9 were on target, compared to 5 from Tottenham Hotspur.
Speaking to Skysports after the game, Leicester City manager Claude Puel revealed he had “lots of regrets”, losing 3-1 to Spurs despite creating lots of chances.
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“I think it’s difficult. Lot of regrets.” Puel said
“It was a game in our hands and we had a lot of chances and created a lot of good moves. We didn’t find the good finish.”
“We had all the opportunities to win the game. It’s encouraging to play this way and put this quality on the pitch. But there are regrets after all these chances.”
Having left out Jamie Vardy amidst rumors of a bust up between both parties, the striker eventually joined the fixture only to make a major blunder which would see the foxes miss out on all three points in the end.
“I said to Jamie Vardy he can take the penalty. All the game we had a lot of chances.” He added.
“I was happy with the performance of Demarai Gray. I also liked to see the other option of Jamie too. Today we needed to have another option, not just Jamie.”