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Spurs 2-2 Leicester - the key stats

Posted on 10 January 2016  - 18:00

The stats that mattered from Sunday's 2-2 against Leicester City in the third round of the FA Cup.


As it stands - The 2-2 draw means we face a replay at the KP Stadium provisionally set for Tuesday week, January 19, 7.45pm.

On the draw - The fourth round draw is live on The One Show, BBC1, 7.15pm tomorrow night (Monday, January 11). We are number six.

Harry's latest milestones - Harry Kane's late penalty marked his 50th Spurs goal in 104 appearances. It was also his first for us in the FA Cup.

Goals - Eriksen (1-0, 8mins), Wasilewski (1-1, 19), Okazaki (1-2, 48), Kane (penalty, 2-2, 89).

Keeping the ball - We registered 73% possession over the 90 minutes.

Passing game - We made 646 passes to Leicester's 230 with a 88.4% team accuracy.

Shooting boots - We had 24 efforts on goal (including blocked) to Leicester's 10. Ten of our efforts were from outside the box. We also had nine corners and made 31 crosses.

Getting stuck in - We won 93% of our 14 tackles and 62.5% of aerial duels.

Yellows - There were only three cards shown - Bentaleb, Wasilewski and Schmeichel.

Line-ups - Spurs (4-2-3-1) - Vorm, Trippier, Wimmer, Alderweireld, Rose (c), Dier (Bentaleb 68), Carroll (Kane 68), Chadli (Alli 73), Onomah, Eriksen, Son. Substitutes (not used): Lloris, Davies, Lamela, Winks.

Leicester (4-3-3) - Schmeichel (c), De Laet, Wasilewski, Benalouane, Chilwell, Inler, Kante (Okazaki 46), King, Dyer, Ulloa, Gray (Albrighton 65). Substitutes (not used): Schwarzer, Drinkwater, Morgan, Simpson, Mahrez.

Referee - Robert Madley.

Attendance - 35,805.