Liverpool superstar Salah is on course to win the Golden Boot this season, with the Egypt global netting 31 league goals for the Reds.
Vardy's expertly taken second appeared to have earned Leicester a remarkable point, but England team-mate Kane had the last word to seal a scarcely believable three points with his 11th Premier League goal against Leicester - more than any other opponent he has faced. Until Vardy scored his second to level the tie.
And Pochettino's side made no mistake as they ran out 5-4 winners in a insane game against Leicester City at Wembley.
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Leicester did not let their heads slip after the equaliser and found themselves regaining the lead just ten minutes later, when Riyad Mahrez found the bottom corner with a lovely finish from the edge of the box. Maguire got his feet caught underneath him and allowed Lamela to nip in and see his shot deflected off Christian Fuchs, and into the net for an own goal.
There was absolutely nothing Lloris could do about Kelechi Iheanacho's strike that did extend Leicester's lead two minutes after the restart. Liverpool in CL Liverpool cruised back into the Champions League next season by easing past Brighton 4-0 on Sunday as Mohamed Salah set a new Premier League record of 32 goals in a 38- game season.
Kane, though, had the final say and bowed out on 30 league goals and it was a beauty, as he left Hamza Choudhury for dead and curled the ball into the far corner to end the match and Tottenham's Wembley stay in fine fashion. With fifteen minutes to play, Kane fired a right footed shot neatly into the corner to give his side a stunning lead in their final league game at Wembley and wrap up three all three points for Spurs, leaving them on 77 points in third place.
"It is insane to lose this game when we scored four goals away".