The 2-2 FA Cup draw saw some good Tottenham performances and some bad.
Kevin Wimmer - Hit
Wimmer has been unlucky to miss out so often this season - Mauricio Pochettino's defence has simply been too good to change up. But, unlike so many Premier League players across clubs this weekend to have disappointed, the 23-year-old proved squad rotation can work if a player is willing to put the effort in.
Kieran Trippier - Miss
David Pleat suggested Trippier has a bright Spurs future in front of him while commentating on the radio on Sunday afternoon but, if so, Tottenham fans may be forced to wait some time.
Without trying to kick a man when he's down, the full-back is yet to perform for the north London side and supporters were once again left disappointed against the Foxes. Kyle Walker was missed.
Toby Alderweireld - Miss
For once, the Tottenham centre-back wasn't at his best. Shinji Okazaki's skill led to a rare moment of weakness from the Belgian and he looked surprisingly off the pace.
So good has Alderweireld been this season, though, that the odd bad display will certainly be forgiven. The 26-year-old will need a rest at some point - perhaps playing so many minutes caught up with him against Leicester. And a positive from the negative: Alderweireld's performance suggests Jan Vertonghen was missed, as the duo have formed an almost telepathic partnership.