Leicester bagged a 1-1 draw away to Tottenham Hotspur in an excellent performance reminiscent of last season in an entertaining contest that showcased everything we've come to love about the Foxes.
The first half was a scrappy affair. Despite possession falling in Tottenham's favor, each side had a couple of excellent chances to take the lead.
The first of those chances fell to Spurs in the 13th minute after Leicester failed to clear a corner. Victor Wanyama played a ball back to Dele Alli, whose deflected strike was parried by Kasper Schmeichel.
Jamie Vardy wasn't doing much to assert himself in the match. When the ball found its way to him, he seemed clumsy, losing a foot race to Eric Dier after slipping up, a chance that could've seen him go clean through on goal.
It got worse for Vardy, who saw an excellent first time ball played into him by Ahmed Musa in the 31st minute. He should've been away, but the ball somehow got stuck in between his feet, wasting yet another chance to go through on goal.
Okazaki nearly grabbed the lead a couple minutes later in the 34th, his flick on after an excellent ball in from Riyad Mahrez just going over the bar.
Christian Fuchs tried to get in on the action with an outrageous volley outside the box, only for the effort to sail high of goal.
Spurs responded through Dele Alli who rattled the cross bar in the 40th minute.
It looked as though the two teams would be going into the break goalless, only for an extremely soft penalty to be given against Robert Huth in the 43rd minute. Huth did have his arms around Vincent Janssen, but there was nowhere near enough contact for the Dutch striker to tumble to the floor in a heap. A bewildered Huth was left to watch the Dutchman convert from the spot and give Tottenham the lead at the break.
Despite having the momentum, Spurs had looked rather ordinary for the majority of the first half.
Leicester grabbed a deserved equalizer in the 48th minute after a lazy header from Wanyama found Vardy in the channel. Vardy did superbly to redeem his earlier mistakes by putting an excellent ball into the far post that found the foot of the trailing Ahmed Musa to level the scoring at 1-1.
From there Leicester looked the more likely of the two sides to grab the winner. Spurs were pinned deep in their own half and didn't look to have an answer. As the game progressed, the fouls began piling up, and the best chances seemed to be coming from set pieces. Things got nervy for Leicester in the dying minutes as Jan Vertonghen began to get foreword in search of a winner, making for chaos in the Leicester box in the 87th minute as he struck the crossbar with a dipping header.
Leicester had their own chance to grab the winner in stoppage time, as Andy King and Leonardo Ulloa both had their chances. But it wasn't meant to be as the game ended 1-1.
It's a solid point for Leicester, their first away point of the season. Perhaps this is the start of some better away form from the Foxes. Either way, it's a deserved point and one we'll happily take into a tough Champions League fixture in Copenhagen.