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Social Recap: Leicester takes down Tottenham

A big win brought the Foxes into the top half of the table where they belong.

Leicester City v Tottenham Hotspur - Premier League Photo by Catherine Ivill/Getty Images

Leicester City beat Tottenham 2-1 in an exhilarating midweek Premier League match. The victory featured some glorious moments reminiscent of the famous 2015/16 campaign.

It also allowed the Foxes to climb all the way up to ninth in the table. Predictably, the enticing matchup combined with the entertaining performance and significant results led to some fun for Foxes fans on the internet:

This... this is true. A very accurate portrayal of my reaction.

Ehh not quite, Connor.

Memories like this will never get old. A legendary moment and historic record belong to none other than Leicester’s own Jamie Vardy, and any reminder of that is welcomed. #NeverForget

Yes. Very much agreed, Mr. David Bevan. Jamie Vardy is a hero. Or a demigod. Or something like that.

Will the ruthless chants of Leicester supporters ever stop? Probably not and I’m ok with that.

That’s one way to quiet opposing fans.

May we never forget this masterful troll by Jamie Vardy.

This stat is either very impressive, or means absolutely nothing. Now if only we could close every game like we did against Spurs...

How, you ask? Well, a magician never reveals his secrets.

It’s not their fault, James. Riyad Mahrez is just a sorcerer who lulls opponents into a false sense of security.

Wow. Arsene Wenger truly is a visionary.

We were all happy Foxes after that win.

Congratulations to young Hamza Choudhury! An impressive debut in a crucial moment for the young Fox. If he keeps it up he will be a fan-favorite in no time.

And another congrats to the captain Wes Morgan for making his 250th appearance as a Fox!

Better late than never.

Happy birthday to Leicester’s second-favorite son!

(I’ve decided that our friend Arlo White is Leicester’s first-favorite son. No hard feelings, Gary.)

We love you too, Claudio. Very much.

Apparently the key to winning the Premier League is to wear blue kits. This bodes well for us going forward.