Harry Kane scored twice helping Tottenham to triumph over Leicester City with a 3-0 Premier League win on Sunday.
Hotspur delivered a huge blow to Leicester City’s expectations of a top-four finish.
Only six minutes, Leicester’s James Justin deflected Son Heung-min’s attempt into his own net and Kane gave his team a dominant advantage with two precision shots ahead of halftime.
At Newcastle United, Harry Kane scored twice in his side’s 3-1 win and now the England skipper took his tally to four in two matches.
Leicester is ranked fourth, one position ahead of fifth-placed Manchester United who has two games remaining to play for Leicester’s one, they are on 62 points. They will meet on the season’s final day.
Taking four of their last five games, rising into the sixth position over Wolverhampton Wanderers, and ending in qualification for the Europa League, Spurs are strongly finishing the season.
Tottenham – Leicester City 3:0
Goals: Justin 6-og, Kane 37, 40.
Yellow Cards: Lucas Moura 57, Sanchez 86 – Evans 73.
Tottenham: Lloris, Aurier, Sanchez, Alderweireld, Davies, Sissoko, Winks (Skipp 90+2), Lo Celso (Lamela 77), Lucas Moura (Bergwijn 77), Kane, Son Heung-Min (Carvalho Fernandes 89).
Leicester: Schmeichel, Bennett (Gray 45), Morgan, Evans, Justin, Ndidi (Mendy 70), Tielemans (Praet 70), Thomas, Perez (Iheanacho 59), Vardy, Barnes (Hirst 83).