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Wednesday 6th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 7, 2017 by bishshat


Spurs 3 Apoel 0

Fernando Llorente and Georges-Kevin Nkoudou opened their Spurs goalscoring accounts at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday evening as we eased past Apoel in our final Champions League group game.
Heung-Min Son was also on target in our 3-0 win to leave us with the best record of this season’s group stage, five wins and a draw from the six matches, only dropping points away to Real Madrid.

The game also saw Champions League debuts for Michel Vorm, Juan Foyth and Kyle Walker-Peters, while Academy graduate Kazaiah Sterling made his Spurs bow with a late substitute appearance.
After a dominant opening 20 minutes in which Serge Aurier and Son went close from distance and Nkoudou had an effort cleared off the line, Llorente capped off a fine move to put us ahead. Harry Winks set Aurier free down the right with a superb pass and Llorente took one touch to control his cross before swivelling and firing home.

Having scored the first, the Spaniard then set up the second 17 minutes later, receiving the ball from Son on the edge of the area and laying it off for the striker to curl past Nauzet Perez.
The Cypriot champions – the first club side from Cyprus to play at Wembley – went close early in the second half when Praxitelis Vourous’ shot was deflected just wide by Danny Rose but we wrapped up a comfortable night’s work 10 minutes from time when Nkoudou’s strike deflected off APOEL skipper Nuno Morais and flew in.



A film written, directed, and co-produced by Christopher Nolan that depicts the Dunkirk evacuation of World War II. Its ensemble cast includes Fionn Whitehead, Tom Glynn-Carney, Jack Lowden, Harry Styles, Aneurin Barnard, James D’Arcy, Barry Keoghan, Kenneth Branagh, Cillian Murphy, Mark Rylance, and Tom Hardy. The film is a British, American, French, and Dutch co-production, and was distributed by Warner Bros. Dunkirk portrays the evacuation from three perspectives: land, sea, and air. It has little dialogue: Nolan sought to create suspense instead from cinematography and music. Filming began in May 2016 in Dunkirk and ended that September in Los Angeles, when post-production began. Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema shot the film on IMAX 65 mm and 65 mm large-format film stock. Dunkirk has extensive practical effects, and employed thousands of extras as well as boats that participated in the evacuation, and period aeroplanes.


The film premiered on 13 July 2017 at Odeon Leicester Square in London, and was released in the United Kingdom and the United States on 21 July in IMAX, 70 mm, and 35 mm film formats. It is the highest-grossing World War II film of all time, taking $525 million worldwide. Dunkirk received praise for its screenplay, direction, musical score, and cinematography; some critics called it Nolan’s best work, and one of the greatest-ever war films.

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In 1940, during the fall of France, hundreds of thousands of Allied soldiers have retreated to Dunkirk. Tommy, a young British private, is the sole survivor of a German ambush. At the beach, he finds thousands of troops awaiting evacuation and meets Gibson, who is burying a body. After a German dive-bomber attack, they find a wounded man. They rush his stretcher onto a hospital ship, but are denied passage themselves. The ship is sunk by dive-bombers; Tommy saves Alex, another soldier. They leave at night on a destroyer, which is sunk by a torpedo from a U-boat. Gibson saves Tommy and Alex, and they are brought ashore by a rowing boat.

The British navy requisitions civilian vessels that can get close to the beach. In Weymouth, Mr. Dawson and his son Peter set out on his boat Moonstone rather than let the navy take it. Impulsively, their teenage friend George joins them. At sea, they rescue a shell-shocked officer from a wrecked ship. When he realises that Dawson is sailing for Dunkirk, the officer demands that they turn back, and tries to wrest control of the boat; in the struggle, George suffers a head injury that renders him blind.

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Three Spitfires head towards France. After their leader is shot down, pilot Farrier assumes command with a shattered fuel gauge. They save a minesweeper from a German bomber, but the other Spitfire is hit and ditches. Its pilot, Collins, is rescued by the Moonstone. Tommy, Alex and Gibson join a group of Scottish soldiers and hide inside a trawler until the tide rises. Its owner, a Dutch mariner, returns. German troops shoot at the boat for target practice; when the tide rises, water enters through the bullet holes. Alex, hoping to lighten the boat’s load, accuses Gibson, who has been silent, of being a spy and demands that he leave. Gibson reveals he is French; he had stolen the identity of the soldier he buried, hoping to evacuate with the British. Alex, Tommy and the Scottish soldiers abandon the fishing boat when it begins to sink. Gibson is entangled in a chain and drowns. Alex and Tommy swim towards a nearby destroyer, but it is sunk by a bomber. The Moonstone manoeuvres to take on troops, including Alex and Tommy. Peter realises that George is dead; when asked by the shell-shocked officer, he lies that George will be fine. Farrier shoots down the bomber, which crashes and ignites the oil slick from the sinking destroyer. Peter reveals to Collins that his elder brother was a Hurricane pilot, killed early in the war.  Farrier reaches Dunkirk, his fuel exhausted. Gliding over the beach, he shoots down a dive-bomber to cheers from the troops below. He cranks his landing gear down and lands beyond the Allied perimeter. He sets fire to his plane and is taken prisoner by German soldiers.

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At the beach, Commander Bolton watches the last British soldiers leave. He confirms that 300,000 have been evacuated, ten times more than estimated. He remains to oversee the evacuation of the French rearguard. Alex and Tommy cross the English Channel and board a train in Weymouth. Dawson is congratulated for having saved so many men. The shell-shocked officer sees George’s body being carried away. Peter visits the local newspaper with a photograph of George; a front-page article later commends George as a hero. Alex expects public scorn as the train approaches Woking, but they receive a hero’s welcome. Tommy reads out Winston Churchill’s address to the nation from a newspaper.


Daddies Home

Mild-mannered radio executive Brad Whitaker struggles to be a good stepfather to his wife Sara’s two children, Megan and Dylan, and is seemingly sterile after an accident to his testicles some years ago. The children begin to grow closer to Brad, with Dylan confiding in him that he is being picked on at school and Megan asking him to take her to a father/daughter dance at her school. One night, the kids’ biological father, Sara’s former husband Dusty Mayron, calls and discovers Sara’s marriage with Brad. He suddenly announces he will be visiting the next day. Sara hesitates to let her former husband into their home, but Brad convinces her that it is important for the kids that their father and stepfather establish a respectful relationship.

When Dusty arrives, Brad is immediately intimidated by his tough and muscular appearance and his charm with Megan and Dylan. Dusty repeatedly talks Brad into letting him stay, despite Sara warning about Dusty’s true nature. Brad soon wises up when it becomes clear that Dusty intends to drive Brad out of his kids’ lives and reconcile with Sara. After Dusty shows Brad up again and again – getting the kids a dog, finishing a treehouse that Brad wanted to build with Dylan, making Brad appear to be racist – Dusty tries to drive a wedge between Brad and Sara by taking them to a fertility doctor, hoping that Brad’s inability to give Sara a baby will send her into Dusty’s arms. Still, the two men appear to reach an understanding after working together to teach Dylan how to defend himself. Additionally, Brad and Sara are overjoyed to learn that Brad’s sperm count has increased significantly (implied to be a result of Dusty “invading his territory”), giving them hope of having a child together.


However, Brad is stunned when Dusty reveals that he still intends to drive Brad out of the family. Desperate, Brad spends tens of thousands of dollars on early Christmas gifts, including a pony and $18,000 basketball tickets. At the game, Dusty once again shows Brad up by revealing himself to be friends with the coach of Dylan’s favorite team, and an enraged Brad begins drinking heavily. During half-time, Brad is chosen to try to shoot a basketball to win a prize. Drunk, Brad goes on a rant about Dusty before accidentally pelting a cheerleader and a disabled child in a wheelchair in the face with basketballs. Humiliated, Brad moves out of the house; however, when Dusty tries to comfort Sara, she rejects him, and forces him to step up as a dad to help his kids with their busy schedules.

Four days later, Brad is living in his office at work, depressed. Dusty, meanwhile, is overwhelmed by the responsibilities of being a full-time father. When Dusty decides to call it quits and leave on the day of Megan’s father-daughter dance, his friend Griff goes to Brad and convinces him to fight for his family. Brad catches Dusty at a bar and tries to get him to come back. Dusty admits that he cannot handle the hard parts about being a father, and admires Brad for putting up with all the things that he has to go through. Brad says that all of the terrible parts about being a dad are worth it, because in the end he is doing it for his kids. This convinces Dusty to go to the dance, and he and Brad arrive together. There, they discover that the classmate who was picking on Dylan at school is a girl, and almost get into a fight with her father when Dylan physically retaliates. However, Dusty finally decides to follow Brad’s lead on being a father, and instead quells the fight by starting a dance-off. Brad and Sara reconcile, and Dusty decides to stay and be a good “co-dad” to his kids.


Later, the whole family is happy; Brad and Sara have a new baby boy named after Griff, and Megan and Dylan have finally accepted Brad as their stepfather. Dusty, who now has a job as a Panda DJ and becomes wealthy through his work, has moved in across the street after building a castle there, and he and Brad are now friends. Dusty eventually remarries, to a woman named Karen who has a daughter, thus Dusty becomes a stepfather himself. Sara is immediately intimidated by Karen after meeting her; she feels that Karen’s looks surpass hers and she is jealous of the latter’s professions as a doctor and a novelist. In an ironic twist of fate, Dusty is now in exactly the same position that he put Brad in a year ago – visibly intimidated by his stepdaughter’s more attractive father, Roger (John Cena).



Tuesday 5th December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 5, 2017 by bishshat


Instant Karma


Instant Karma’s gonna get you
Gonna knock you right on the head
You better get yourself together
Pretty soon you’re gonna be dead
What in the world you thinking of
Laughing in the face of love
What on earth you trying to do
It’s up to you, yeah you
Instant Karma’s gonna get you
Gonna look you right in the face
Better get yourself together darling
Join the human race
How in the world you gonna see
Laughing at fools like me
Who on Earth d’you think you are
A superstar?
Well, right you are
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Well we all shine on
Ev’ryone come on
Instant Karma’s gonna get you
Gonna knock you off your feet
Better recognize your brothers
Ev’ryone you meet
Why in the world are we here
Surely not to live in pain and fear
Why on earth are you there
When you’re ev’rywhere
Come and get your share
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Yeah we all shine on
Come on and on and on on on
Yeah yeah, alright, uh huh, ah
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Yeah we all shine on
On and on and on on and on
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Well we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun
Yeah we all shine on
Like the moon and the stars and the sun


Sunday 3rd December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 4, 2017 by bishshat

Seahawks 24 Eagles 10

Seahawks Show They “Still Have A Lot Of Dogs” On Defense In Victory Over Eagles Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson led the offense to a Week 13 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles and played “one of the best games” that Head Coach Pete Carroll has seen the quarterback play. Watch
When Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz lunged for the end zone for what he hoped would be a game-tying touchdown, Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson had other ideas. And just before Wentz hit the ground, Richardson stripped the ball, which eventually bounced out of the end zone, giving the Seahawks the ball via touchback.

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That play was, as Seahawks coach Pete Carroll put it, “the turning point” in Seattle’s 24-10 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. And on multiple occasions when the Eagles needed a big third-down conversion, strong safety Bradley McDougald, a player who opened this season as a backup but who is now starting for an injured Kam Chancellor, kept making key stops to help get Seattle’s defense off the field.
The Seahawks held the league’s No. 1 scoring offense to just 10 points Sunday night, more than three touchdowns below Philadelphia’s average, and it was fitting that they got big plays both from standout, Pro-Bowl players like Richardson and Bobby Wagner, who had a game-high 13 tackles, two for a loss; but also from players filling in for injured starters like McDougald and Byron Maxwell, who had an interception late in the game against his former team to help put the game away.

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Sunday’s victory over the previously 10-1 Eagles showed that while the Seahawks wish they still had key players like Chancellor, Richard Sherman and Cliff Avril, who are all out for the season, two things are still true about their defense. One, the Seahawks have a ton of star-power, even without three injured Pro Bowlers—how many other NFL defenses, even at full strength, have top-end talent like Richardson, Michael Bennett and Frank Clark on the line, Wagner and K.J. Wright at linebacker and Earl Thomas anchoring the secondary? And two, in the spots where injuries have taken away top players, the Seahawks are in pretty good shape thanks to the likes of McDougald and Maxwell, players with significant starting experience in their past.
“We understand we have injuries that make people on the outside think we don’t have enough to win this game, but we still have a lot of dogs in this room and we can still be a really great defense as long as we stay on our keys and play together,” Wagner said.
Asked if this was a statement win, Wagner said, “Was it a statement? That’s on you guys to decide. I felt like everyone was sleeping on us and nobody expected us to win this game, but we expected to win this game. This is not a surprise to us.”
Whether you want to call it a statement or not, what the Seahawks did against the Eagles was incredibly impressive. They limited a team that was averaging a league-best 31.9 points per game to a single field goal in the first half and to a season-low 10 points in the game—and the Eagles needed a pair of spectacular plays by quarterback Carson Wentz to get that one touchdown. Seattle also held the league’s No. 2 rushing offense to 98 yards on 26 carries, marking the first time since the season opener that the Eagles were held under 100 rushing yards. It all added up to the Eagles being held under 20 points for the first time all season and under 30 points for the first time in their last six games.
“The thing about it is, when you come out here and put a great performance together, a dominant performance like that, it shows it doesn’t matter who we got out there,” Thomas said. “We’re very prepared, we’ve got great coaching, and we hold each other to a high standard and we’re getting it done.”

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Holding any team to 10 points is a pretty good day of defense in the NFL, but the Seahawks were especially excited about their performance because of the opponent it came against. Just as when the Seahawks held the Rams to 10 points in Week 5 when Los Angeles had the league’s No. 1 scoring offense, the Seahawks defense showed it can still make life difficult for even the NFL’s elite offenses.
“I thought the defense did a fantastic job,” Carroll said. “This is an offense that just rips. This is a running game that rips, and none of those things were the big factors. We gave up the one touchdown drive with two miraculous plays by their quarterback, which is nothing new; he has been doing it all year. He’s an amazing player. But the defense did a terrific job.”
A few days prior to what ended up being, considering the opponent, the most complete victory of the Seahawks’ season, Wright talked about how some players had noticed that the Seahawks were a rare home underdog, and how some people had written them off given the injuries on defense and the inconsistent play that led to a 7-4 start. Wright’s message that day was, “Don’t sleep on us man. This team is really good. We’re still talented.” And on Sunday night, the Seahawks backed those words up with an emphatic victory.
“I told y’all this week,” Wright said with a grin. “When guys get hurt, other guys are going to step up. We lost Kam Chancellor, but Bradley McDougald is still a heck of a player. Guys stepped up and handled their business. It’s just the culture we have on this team, on this defense. We put it all together, communicated well. We can do special things when that happens.”

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While some players like quarterback Russell Wilson try to “ignore the noise,” others have occasionally let themselves hear that outside noise and use it as motivation. It hasn’t gone unnoticed by players like McDougald that some people are writing ‘Legion of Boom’ obituaries because of Chancellor’s and Sherman’s injuries, and Carroll doesn’t mind that fueling his players.
“I think they’re taking it personally, and there’s nothing wrong with that,” Carroll said. “They’ve got a lot of pride too.”
Asked if he took it personally that some have written the Seahawks and their injured defense off, McDougald said, “For sure. Guys take that personally. Kam went down, and everyone in this locker room, in America, knows Kam Chancellor is one of the one of greatest strong safeties that every played the game, a Hall of Famer potentially. But we’ve still got a season to go, and we’ve got guys willing to step up and make plays right now. We can’t worry about that, we’ve got to keep pushing forward.”

Saturday 2nd December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 2, 2017 by bishshat

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Watford 1 Spurs 1

It felt like a case of what might have been as it ended all-square in the Premier League at Vicarage Road on Saturday. It didn’t end level in terms of players though as Davinson Sanchez received a straight red card for a foul on Richarlison after 52 minutes. Our 10 men dug in, defended well and continued to look for a winner without carving out too many clear-cut chances.

We had ended the first half and started the second half in the ascendancy, so who knows how it might have panned out 11 against 11, but it wasn’t to be.
Earlier, Watford took the lead on 13 minutes when Christian Kabasele guided home a header from Tom Cleverley’s corner.

We responded in positive fashion and levelled 12 minutes later when Christian Eriksen laid one on a plate for Heung-Min Son to turn home his third goal of the league campaign at a ground on which he always seems to perform well, having netted a last-gasp winner two seasons ago. There was to be no repeat of that this time, however, as we worked tremendously hard to avoid conceding a second goal with the numbers against us.


The Party

Janet, a politician for the opposition party has just been announced shadow minister for health and is having a small celebratory party at her house. Invited are her friends April, with her estranged German partner Gottfried, a life coach and self-proclaimed spiritual healer, Women’s studies professor Martha, with her partner Jinny, a cook, and Janet’s colleague and subordinate Marianne with husband Tom, a banker.


Before the party begins and even after the guests arrive, Janet’s husband Bill sits in his chair, listening to music, staring vacantly, and drinking wine. All invited guests come, with the exception of Marianne, who Tom says will arrive later. Tom is extremely nervous and immediately locks himself in the bathroom, where he sniffs some cocaine, examines a gun he has brought with him and encourages himself in the mirror.


While the party is running, Janet is exchanging secret phone calls and messages with a lover.

After April, who continually belittles and insults Gottfried, speaks a toast for Janet, Martha and Jinny announce that Jinny is pregnant with three boys. This is immediately followed by Bill announcing that he has just been informed by his doctor that he is terminally ill. Gottfried tells him that modern medicine is not to be believed and that by becoming spiritual, Bill may have a chance of surviving. Bill, who is a well-known atheist intellectual, seems to waver in his commitment to his beliefs and begins to listen to Gottfried.


Janet says that she will resign from her shadow minister position and will take care of Bill, but he announces that he is leaving her for Marianne, a fact that Tom had also learned earlier this day. After berating Bill, Tom goes into the backyard, where he throws his gun into the dustbin.

While Jinny and Martha are talking about the future and motherhood, Martha patronizes Jinny, who, deeply hurt, tells Martha that she will leave her. This leads Martha to confess to Jinny that she fears what will happen and to plead Jinny to stay with her.

When Janet throws something in the dustbin, she notices the gun Tom had thrown away and takes it with her, locking herself in the bathroom and hiding the gun there. She lets April in and they talk about what happened. April, who has been cynical the whole time, is asked to speak honestly by Janet and tells her that she is proud of her accomplishments.


Gottfried tries to help and coach Tom and Bill, but their discussions escalate when Bill gushes about the love that Marianne and he share. This leads Tom to punch him in the face, knocking him out cold. Gottfried and Tom fear that Tom has killed Bill and they try to get help from the others. They fetch Janet from the bathroom, just when she was starting to tell April a secret. Janet manages to resuscitate Bill, who looks her in the eyes and asks “how did it come to this?” Just at this moment the doorbell rings, with everybody expecting it to be Marianne. Janet rushes to the bathroom, grabs the gun, runs to open the door, aims the gun at the visitor, who is invisible to the audience, and exclaims “you traitor, I thought you loved me,” ending the film.

Friday 1st December 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on December 1, 2017 by bishshat

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Behind a Painted Smile

The Isley Brothers

Whenever you’re near I hide my tears
Behind a painted smile
You can’t imagine the tears and sorrow
Behind a painted smile

My life’s a masquerade
A world of let’s pretend, dear
Since you took your love
Pretending never ends, dear

But I can’t let you know
That I still need you so, no

Whenever you’re near I hide my tears
Behind a painted smile
You can’t imagine the tears and sorrow
Behind a painted smile

I can’t let you see
All the tears I’m crying
You would pity me
That would be like dying

If I can’t have your love
I don’t need your sympathy

Whenever you’re near I hide my tears
Behind a painted smile
You can’t imagine the tears and sorrow
Behind a painted smile

My life is a masquerade
Since you took your love away

Whenever you’re near I hide my tears
I just can’t let you see
How much you hurting me

Whenever you’re near I hide my tears
Behind a painted smile

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Tracks Of My Tears

Smokey Robinson & The Miracles

People say I’m the life of the party
‘Cause I tell a joke or two
Although I might be laughing loud and hearty
Deep inside I’m blue

So take a good look at my face
You know my smile looks out of place
If you look closer it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears

Oh I need you, need you

Since you left me if you see me with another guy
Looking like I’m having fun
Although he might be cute he’s just a substitute
Because you’re the permanent one

So take a good look at my face
You know my smile looks out of place
If you look closer it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears

Outside I’m masquerading
Inside my hope is fading
I’m just a clown since you put me down
My smile is my make-up I wear since my break-up with you

Baby take a good look at my face
You know my smile looks out of place
If you look closer it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears

Woah baby take a good look at my face
You know my smile looks out of place
If you look closer it’s easy to trace
The tracks of my tears

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I Heard It Through The Grapevine

Marvin Gaye

I bet you’re wonderin’ how I knew
‘Bout your plans to make me blue
With some other guy you knew before
Between the two of us guys
You know I loved you more
It took me by surprise I must say
When I found out yesterday
Don’t you know that I heard it through the grapevine
Not much longer would you be mine
Oh I heard it through the grapevine
Oh I’m just about to lose my mind

Honey, honey yeah.
I heard it through the grapevine
Not much longer would you be mine baby

I know a man ain’t supposed to cry
But these tears I can’t hold inside
Losin’ you would end my life you see
‘Cause you mean that much to me
You could have told me yourself
That you loved someone else
Instead I heard it through the grapevine
Not much longer would you be mine
Oh, I heard it through the grapevine
And I’m just about to lose my mind

Honey, honey yeah
I heard it through the grapevine
Not much longer would you be mine, baby

People say believe half of what you see
Son and none of what you hear
But I can’t help but be confused
If it’s true please tell me dear
Do you plan to let me go
For the other guy you loved before?

Don’t you know I heard it through the grapevine
Not much longer would you be mine, baby yeah
I heard it through the grapevine
I’m just about to lose my mind
Honey, honey, yeah
I heard it through the grapevine,
Not much longer would you be mine, baby yeah

Honey, honey, yeah
I heard it through the grapevine,
Not much longer would you be mine, baby yeah yeah
I heard it through the grapevine,
Not much longer would you be mine, baby yeah yeah

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Thursday 30th November 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on November 30, 2017 by bishshat


Tuesday 29th November 2017

Posted in Life the Universe and Other Things on November 29, 2017 by bishshat

Leicester 2 Spurs 1

Erik Lamela created a goal just over a minute into his comeback but it wasn’t to be as we dominated without reward at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday night.
after 13 months on the sidelines with a hip injury, Lamela came off the bench on 77 minutes and 80 seconds later, played in Harry Kane to rifle home for 2-1.

That proved the highlight of the night though as we laid siege to the home goal in the second half without finding an equaliser.
Our best chances fell to Christian Eriksen and Fernando Llorente but somehow that second goal proved elusive.
In the end, we paid for conceding two goals in the first half, taken well by Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez.