Harry Kane A long shot from the penalty spot helped Tottenham win the Premier League title in a 2-0 win over Everton as Leicester struggled to relegate after a 0-0 draw with Crystal Palace. England captain Kane broke the deadlock in London and Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg Doubled the lead at the end of the game as Spurs trailed leaders Arsenal by one point.
The turning point came just before one hour when referee Paul Tierney ruled that Kane had been knocked down by the Everton keeper. Jordan Pickford and point to. Kane worked his way into the bottom left corner for his ninth Premier League goal in another prolific season.
Hojbjerg completed a 2-0 victory in the 86th minute, worthy of condemnation Frank Lampardtheir team to their second consecutive defeat in the tournament.
Tottenham are flying, 23 points above second-placed Manchester City and just one point behind north London rivals Arsenal, with Man City and the Gunners both in action on Sunday.
Antonio Conte’s side have now won all seven home games this season.
“Despite the difficulty of the game, we are talking about a good opponent, and despite the injury we can solve the situation,” Conte said after Richarlison hobbled with a calf injury with the score. 0-0.
“It means the players are developing in many ways. I’m very proud of the players.”
– Leicester deadlock –
In the early game, Leicester rose to the bottom of the Premier League table despite losing to Palace.
Leicester’s only win this season was a 4-0 win over Nottingham Forest earlier this month but that proved to be a false dawn for the 2016 champions.
The Foxes, the team with the most solid defence, played solidly behind Palace at King Power but failed to capitalize on their chances.
“The players are fighting and running and giving everything,” said Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers.
“I always feel after the summer market we will have to fight our way through the season but the players are doing it and hopefully we will get better results as the season goes on. “
Nottingham Forest – returning to the Premier League for the first time in 23 years – had a chance to take the lead against Leicester but lost 1-0 to Wolves.
Steve Cooper’s men have picked up just one point in their past seven games after losing in a story of two penalties at Molineux.
Ruben Neves scored from the spot to send the manager-deficient Wolves out of the bottom three before Jose Sa saved Brennan Johnson’s penalty at the other end.
Fulham and Bournemouth remain in the top half of the table after splitting points in a 2-2 draw at Craven Cottage.
Bournemouth have extended their unbeaten run to six games under the caretaker boss Gary O’Neilland could have made the top six if they hadn’t come out on top on two occasions.
Dominic Solanke opened the scoring from Philip Billing’s cross in the second minute.
Issa Diop leveled at half-time with a high header from Andreas Pereira’s corner, but Bournemouth took the lead just seven minutes after Solanke went ahead. Jefferson Lerma.
Alexander Mitrovic Suspected leg injury, but Fulham’s talisman made his mark from the penalty spot to salvage a point after he was dragged down by Lerma in the box.
The weekend’s heavyweight clash comes on Sunday as champions Manchester City face Liverpool at Anfield.
Leaders Arsenal will travel to Leeds, while Chelsea play at Aston Villa and Manchester United host Newcastle.
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