Tottenham Canters Stunning Comeback Against Leicester City, Sets New Record

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    The Premier League has never failed to amaze the football buffs with super exciting games all along. From dazzling nail-biting finishes to astounding last-minute comebacks, audiences have viewed it all with massive craze and maddening pleasure! The story between Tottenham and Leicester City went something extraordinary last night, as the former grabbed a stunning victory just during the final few minutes of the game.

    Fans couldn’t hold onto their nerves to see the exciting finish, and were tied to the edge of their seats as the splendid game went on!

    Read further to know what exactly went on and the sensational consequences, where the Spurs entered their names in history. Tottenham have created Premier League history after their magical late win against Leicester City last night. Steven Bergwijn stood the spectacular hero for Spurs, scoring twice during stoppage tenure to turn the tables to his side, i.e., from 2-1 to a 3-2 victory, at the King Power Stadium.

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    Tottenham Sets Record after Incredible Comeback

    The win came incredibly for Tottenham, giving them a place too in the history of the competition with Antonio Conte’s team winning a match regardless of being in a losing situation later than any other side in Premier League’s history.

    Such a comeback was motivating for the Spurs with Conte being in charge of a struggling squad, enthusiastic and desperate to find a place in the top four.

    Current Scenario after Tottenham’s Win

    After Tottenham’s spectacular win, the result witnesses the Spurs overtake Arsenal and shift to the fifth position, though they have got matches in hand too, that could help them get in a good place to gradually move upwards West Ham in fourth.

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    Leicester’s fall in the game was harsh too, and Spurs deserve every pinch of credit to have put on the drastic fight till the end!

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