Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has admitted that Manchester City and Manchester United are now on a different level to his side, as he saluted their third place finish in the Premier League. In the Champions League we filled Wembley and witnessed remarkable games against Real Madrid and Borussia Dortmund.
The Foxes were still not budging and after Lloris produced another fine save to deny Iheanacho, they got themselves back level in the 73rd minute when Vardy got in behind the defence and smashed high into the roof of the net from an acute angle.
Tottenham have enjoyed their time at Wembley this season, by and large, but it was a insane final game today and Spurs fans were not happy with the display of Eric Dier at centre-back.
Kane, who ended the season two goals behind Liverpool's Mohamed Salah as he just failed to claim a third successive Premier League Golden Boot, was also on target in the first half in which Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez put Leicester 2-1 ahead.
Two minutes after Iheanacho's effort, Lamela got his first league goal since August 2016 when he tapped home from Kyle Walker-Peters' low cross at the end of a neat move. @HKane cuts inside his man and curls a attractive effort into the far corner to score his second of the afternoon! Harry Maguire then had a shot which he scuffed just wide as the insane game was end-to-end.
After a poor header from Eric Dier, Iheanacho picked the ball up, shrugged off Wanyama's challenge and launched an unstoppable effort from 25 yards that rifled into the top corner.
There was absolutely nothing Lloris could do about Iheanacho's stunning strike that did extend Leicester's lead two minutes after the restart.
- Tottenham's 5-4 victory over Leicester equals the most goals scored in a competitive club match at Wembley Stadium (Chelsea 5-4 Man City in the 1986 Full Members Cup Final).
Harry Kane delivered the final goal of Tottenham's campaign, curling in his 30th of the league season to complete an exciting afternoon of football.
- Harry Kane has scored more goals in all competitions versus Leicester City than against any other side in his career (13).
"We should have won after scoring four times away, particularly after leading 3-1", he said in quotes reported on Leicester's official Twitter account. An 19th PL goal of the season from Vardy gave Leicester the lead.