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Live Reporting

Emma Sanders

All times stated are UK

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    And that's a wrap.

    Head over to the FA Cup semi-final live text with Tom Rostance and throw on BBC One.

    Match of the Day 2 is on tonight as well, starting at 22:30 BST.

    See you later!

  2. 'We are really distraught at the first half'

    FT: Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Leicester City

    Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers tells BBC Sport: "It was a funny game because I thought we actually played well in parts, we did not start aggressive enough and gave goals at bad times. We got done by three counter-attacks. The players were playing for their pride in the second half and gave everything, but we just did not quite have the legs today.

    "They are a brilliant bunch of guys and honest. We played the shape well and were causing them problems. The first goal was a huge disappointment and that gave them energy. When they get to 3-0 at half-time they can then stay in and close it out., Another great experience for Luke Thomas, Wes Morgan playing his secondg ame in four days, it is a tough ask for them. We are really distraught at the first half.

    "We put everything into the game to try and score and committed numbers forward but it was important we played with control. We did not manage to score but did not concede as well in the second half.

    "It was always going to go down to the last game and we have a shot to get into the Champions League. The players will have a couple of days rest then focus on the next game. It will be a fantastic game and we can look forward to it."

  3. 'Tottenham is lucky to have Kane'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    More from Mourinho to Sky Sports: "It was two very important goals for us and the third one was Harry Kane's goal. It was amazing quality."

    Is he up there as one of the best strikers you've managed?

    "Of course he is. It is difficult for me to compare strikers but I had almost in every club some of the best. Of course, Harry is second to none. It's just different qualities. As a striker, as a goalscorer, a team player and a leader, he is fantastic.

    "It is difficult to make him better but the better the team is, the better he can be. It depends more on us. He is an amazing professional and works very well. He cannot play any better. He is a fantastic striker and Tottenham is so lucky to have him."

    Good record since the restart:

    "It was very important the way we ended. The long break is not so open like a pre-season hopefully is. But it was good enough for us and the players to feel that with work and time we could improve.

    "Clearly we are one of the teams with more points during this period than after the break. Now we have to fight to finish sixth. We have to win and that is difficult and wait for something in our other opponents.

    "Seventh is what we can achieve without dependance on the others. What we are doing and what we are improving is very important for next season."

  4. 'We knew what worked for us'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho speaking to Sky Sports: "I think we were strategically good. We knew what worked for us. Brendan Rodgers did an amazing job since he arrived but in this moment he is in a little bit of trouble with injuries. I know what it is because I had similar problems at the other end.

    "He is trying to compensate with the people he lost so we knew that in transition we could win the game. We tried to be very fast after recovering the ball. We did that very well in the first half and in the second half it was about being compact and getting the result.

    "You always need your goalkeeper to make a couple of important saves which he did but we were phenomenal. They had a lot of corners and we defended well. I felt very comfortable in the game."

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    Will Leicester get fourth? Hit the thumbs.

  6. 'We just steadied the ship'

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    Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham striker Harry Kane speaking to Sky Sports: "It was hard for him [Jose Mourinho] to come in and put his stamp on things but we have been able to do that in the last three wins.

    "It's must one of those teams I seem to score a few against. We caught them on the break today and once we got ahead we just steadied the ship. The clean sheet was great."

    On his second goal: "The ball got away from me to begin with so I looked to try and cut in and get the shot away. Sometimes it comes off and sometimes it doesn't. Luckily today it did.

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    Clearly some lengthy team talks are taking place afterwards. Apart from Harry Kane walking across the pitch in the background, the media area is like a ghost town...

    Still waiting for some interviews. The camera man jumps in and fiddles with the mic. Not sure he's actually done anything but just wanted to get involved.

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    Stick around for reaction to that victory for Spurs.

    In the meantime, Shamoon Hafez has written a developing match report which you can read here.

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    Here's what the table looks like now.

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    A pleasing result for Manchester United fans. You can all head over to the FA Cup semi-final page now. Just click here.

    That game is live on BBC One too.


    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Spurs with a comfortable victory. Leicester vs Manchester United on the final day should be a cracker...


    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Oliver Skipp is on for Harry Winks.

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    Ben Davies flashes a ball in from the left. Harry Kane had dropped back, wanting it lifted in the air. It's miles away from him in the end.


    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Gedson Fernandez replaces Son Heung-min for Spurs.

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    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Leicester are just pumping shots from long range now. Why not? Goal difference is still vital for them.

    Kelechi Iheanacho forces a save from Hugo Lloris with his latest effort. George Hirst then heads it over the bar from the corner.

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    Demarai Gray takes the resulting free-kick but doesn't catch it. Straight into the wall.


    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Luke Thomas is in space on the left and Jamie Vardy tries to pick him out. He'd have been in! It's blocked on the edge of the box.

    Davinson Sanchez then comes clattering into young George Hirst. Welcome to the Premier League.


    Tottenham 3-0 Leicester

    Nice moment for George Hirst. He comes on for his Premier League debut, replacing Leicester's Harvey Barnes.

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    Barcelona are 5-0 up by the way. Smashing Alaves. You can follow that game here.