Full-time: Leicester 1-6 Tottenham
- Harry Kane scores four goals and Heung Min-Son adds a brace as Tottenham seal their biggest away win of the Premier League era
- Son tees up Kane for the opener after a route one ball from Toby Alderweireld
- Son then finishes on the swivel after an impudent lofted pass from Dele Alli
- Ben Chilwell demonstrates fantastic composure to reduce the deficit with his first senior goal for Leicester after Hugo Lloris comes rushing out of his area
- Kane restores Tottenham's two-goal lead just four minutes later by nodding home from close range
- Son adds his second of the evening with a fine strike into the far corner
- Kane notches two more late goals to take his tally for the season to 26
- England striker now leads Everton counterpart Romelu Lukaku by two goals in the race for the Golden Boot with only one match left to play
- Tottenham's 25th league victory of the season sees them surpass Leicester's title-winning points tally from last term
- Embarrassed Foxes miss the chance to chalk up a sixth successive home league win for the first time since 1966
That is all for this particular blog, thanks for joining me. IBTimes UK will be back on Sunday to bring you comprehensive live coverage of the final day of the Premier League season.
Until then, farewell.
You've got to think that Kane will now be considered as the overwhelming favourite to win his second consecutive Golden Boot award.
Tottenham finish the season away at relegated Hull, who have conceded the most goals in the Premier League in 2016-17. Everton have a much trickier game away at Arsenal, who have their own contender in Alexis Sanchez.
Sorry Leicester are finally put of their misery after being on the receiving end of Tottenham's most emphatic away league victory since April 1989.
Kane is certainly the man of the moment. Having trailed Lukaku by two in the Golden Boot race before kick-off, he now leads by the same margin with only one game of the season left to play.
What a night for the England talisman. If only he had managed to stay fit for the entire campaign.
Leicester 1-6 Tottenham
Not merely content with a hat-trick, Kane adds his fourth of the evening after being played in by Davies.
"We want seven" cry the travelling Spurs fans.
Goal: Leicester 1-6 Tottenham (Harry Kane)
Kane collects possession from Lesniak and shoots beyond Schmeichel to claim his hat-trick.
A 25th goal of the season means that he now leads Everton's Romelu Lukaku in the Golden Boot race with just one match left to play.
Leicester have been thumped here this evening.
Goal: Leicester 1-5 Tottenham (Harry Kane)
Alli and Fuchs each miss the target with a shot at either end as the clock ticks down towards the end of 90 minutes.
Not quite five for Tottenham as the offside flag denies Janssen after he finishes off Alli's low cross.
With three points safely in the bag, Pochettino hands a senior debut to 21-year-old Slovakian midfielder Filip Lesniak. Dembele, still carrying that foot injury, is the man to make way.
Kane's latest attempt drifts wide and Janssen drives forward before curling a shot over the crossbar.
Danny Simpson brings down Alli and becomes the fourth Leicester player to have his name taken by Michael Oliver.
Dier - and not Kane - then steps up to fire a 25-yard free-kick over. Closer, but still no cigar.
Kane blazes a free-kick high and wide before Pochettino sends on Janssen in place of Son, who will not claim a treble this evening.
Leicester's final sub is Musa for Vardy.
End-to-end stuff now as Sissoko tests Schmeichel and Lloris denies Slimani.
Gray is booked for a foul on Vertonghen.
Any hopes of Leicester getting something from this game now look to be well and truly over.
Son fools Amartey with a lovely drag-back and, instead of playing in Kane for his hat-trick, proceeds to pick out the bottom corner with a pinpoint strike from 20 yards.
He's up to 21 for the season.
Goal: Leicester 1-4 Tottenham (Heung-Min Son)
Leicester's second change of the evening sees tricky winger Demarai Gray replace Benalouane.
Sissoko collects a yellow card for a foul on Chilwell. He is quickly joined in the referee's notebook by Albrighton, who can have no complaints after cynically preventing Alli from leading a Tottenham counter-attack.
So much for any potential Leicester fightback. Just four minutes after Chilwell gave them renewed hope, Tottenham's two-goal cushion is safely restored.
Alderweireld stands up an enticing cross to Wanyama at the back post and his deflected header across goal is nodded in by Kane from close range.
As you were.
Goal: Leicester 1-3 Tottenham (Harry Kane)
With an hour on the clock, Leicester halve the deficit.
Impressive young left-back Chilwell demonstrates composure beyond his years to calmly slot home after Lloris comes tearing out to try and thwart the danger posed by Vardy.
That is his first senior goal for the Foxes.
Goal: Leicester 1-2 Tottenham (Ben Chilwell)