Tottenham chairman's face said it all after they drew with West Brom and handed Leicester further initiative.
Well, Daniel Levy looked happy with that... pic.twitter.com/9cIujI0tdG— Dan Coombs (@hitcdancoombs) April 25, 2016
Daniel Levy's face at the full time whistle told a story as Tottenham Hotspur slipped up at home to West Brom.
Leicester had beaten Swansea 4-0 a day earlier, and the gap at the top is seven points.
The Foxes can now win the Premier League with a win away at Manchester United on Sunday, irrespective of how Tottenham's visit to Chelsea pans out next Monday.
Leicester have two further games to go in which they can record a title clinching win, at home to Everton and away to Chelsea on the final day of the season.
Tottenham had looked superb a week earlier away at Stoke, winning 4-0, but struggled to get going at White Hart Lane, and could not get a crucial second goal to kill the game off.
Craig Gardner scored at both ends, with his second half header a goal which Tottenham could not reply from.
The team were floored, and Levy's expression was a reflection of the player's faces at the final whistle, knowing they may just have blown it.