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Late drama ensued at White Hart Lane as goals from Leonardo Ulloa and Jeffrey Schlupp enabled Leicester City to come from behind and beat Tottenham 2-1 in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Andros Townsend's first-half penalty appeared set to send Spurs through to round five after leading for the majority of the game.
However, Ulloa levelled in the 83rd minute with an emphatic finish, before Schlupp's volley squirmed under stand-in goalkeeper Michel Vorm in second-half injury time.
England international Townsend was afforded his opportunity from the spot when Liam Moore brought Roberto Soldado tumbling in the penalty area, while the visitors felt they should have had a first-half penalty of their own when Andrej Kramaric went to ground under a challenge from Vorm.
Spurs subsequently spurned chances through Erik Lamela and Paulinho, before being punished as Leicester turned things around in the closing stages.