The party defenseist Tottenham Juan Foyth had an uncomfortable competition in the Premier League last weekend.
His second game in the highest flight of England went much better.
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A week ago, Foyth made his first appearance in the Premier League and put two penalties off winning 3-0 Tottenham at Wolverhampton Wanderers.
"What difference does the week do," read a Tottenham tweet after the game.
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Not even hit his strike this season, Tottenham is firm in accusation in the title race.
Five of the last six in the league have been on a one-goal edge, with the only league being defeated since mid-September coming home to the Manchester City leader.
"This kind of game is crucial in the battle for the top four," said Tottenham's manager Mauricio Pochettino. "This is one of the hardest stadium to play in. The three points are huge."
Steps on the field seem to be considered at the King Power Stadium as Leicester
Drawing 0-0 with Burnley was the first game in the stadium since the tragic accident that saw Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha Helicopter crash soon after the previous home game.
Some injured players led from Leicester, including England, defender Harry Maguire, an assault of city supporters
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Newcastle celebrated the fall after the Bournemouth 2-1 home beat, with Salomon Rondon, a Venezuelan attacker, lending Rafa Benitez's team on the road with two early goals. After taking 10 games without victory at the beginning of the season, Newcastle has won two consecutive.
Cardiff also won Brighton 2-1, and won his 90 minute winner through Sol Bamba following a special scrap of a lighthouse where the ball hit the frame twice twice before
Brighton played 34 minutes with 10 men after Dale Stephens's red card.
The two other games were 1-1 pulling. The goal of Felipe Anderson wins the West Huddersfield point, and Jose Holebas equals a strike eliminated nine minutes of time to win Watford in Southampton.
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