Leicester blow Champions League chance as Kane signs off with Golden Boot
Leicester blew the opportunity to fit the bill for the Champions League for simply the second time in the club's set of experiences as the Foxes lost 4-2 to Tottenham on Sunday.
Jamie Vardy twice put Brendan Rodgers' men ahead from the punishment spot.
Be that as it may, Harry Kane, on what could be his last debut for Spurs, a Kasper Schmeichel's objective, and a late twofold from Gareth Bale, got the seventh spot in the Premier League for Tottenham and a spot in next season's Europa Conference League.
Leicester spent more days in the Premier League top four than some other club this season, yet for the second sequential year, they fell away in the last long time of the mission to pass up the wealth and distinction of Champions League football.
Chelsea's 2-1 loss at Aston Villa opened the entryway for the FA Cup champs to exploit and move into fourth.
For a very remarkable sensational evening, it appeared as though Leicester would do precisely that as Vardy opened home his first punishment on 18 minutes.
Kane is quick to proceed onward from his childhood club after Tottenham likewise passed up the Champions League for a second consecutive year.
Be that as it may, the England skipper got the incidental award of winning the Golden Boot as he hammered home his 23rd Premier League objective of the mission four minutes before half-time.
Vardy was right on the money again seven minutes into the second half to return Leicester to shaft position to adjust a good season in the wake of lifting the FA Cup without precedent for their set of experiences a weekend ago.
Schmeichel was one of the legends at Wembley eight days prior. However, Dane's misstep cost his side dear with a spot in the Champions League worth £60 million.
The Leicester commander fluttered at a corner to punch the ball into his net a short way from time.
With the home side at that point pursuing a victor, Bale struck twice in the last 10 minutes to likewise close down his credit spell from Real Madrid on a high.
Leicester was incensed Kane was not punished for handball before he teed up the Welshman to the opening into an unguarded objective.
The parcel at that point tapped home his sixteenth objective of the period after his underlying exertion fell off the post profound into stoppage time.
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