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90' + 5'
Lucas Moura
P. Sarr
1 - 4
H. Kane
Pedro Porro
1 - 3
J. Harrison
G. Rutter
1 - 2
Pedro Porro
0 - 2
H. Kane
Son Heung-Min
0 - 1

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52% 47%
Shots Off Target
Shots On Target 2 7
Total Passes 441 437
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That's all from us in the 2022-23 Premier League, we'll be back for more when next season rolls around! The summer still has plenty of world class football on offer though, and we'll see you very soon to experience it with us. Until then though, goodbye!
So, Leeds' failure to win, coupled with Everton's victory over Bournemouth, sends the Peacocks to the second tier alongside Leicester, who are also relegated despite beating West Ham. Spurs' 4-1 victory was also in vain though, as Aston Villa beating Brighton means they'll be playing in the Europa Conference League next season at Tottenham's expense. What a ride, and for both of these teams, the upcoming summer will see changes aplenty as the clubs look to get back to where they want to be.
In what could prove to be his final appearance for Tottenham, Kane's brace showed just how important he has been to this club all season. The England captain had three shots, all of which were on target, and created one chance from 14 final-third passes. Kane engaged in 12 duels, seven of which were dribbles, and also helped out defensively with three clearances from Leeds corners. He's a hero in north London, and whatever happens in the coming months, there's no denying that Harry Kane is one of the finest strikers in a generation.
It's all over, and so is Leeds United's time in the Premier League! Wins for both Everton and Leicester mean the Whites would have been relegated regardless of their result, but that second half performance gave them no chance whatsoever. Goals from Porro, Kane and Moura exposed Leeds' massive deficiencies at the back, and despite Harrison pulling one back, the hosts had no answer and head back down to the Championship just three years after a glorious promotion.
P. Sarr
90' + 5' Sarr gets the assist, but that goal belongs entirely for Moura, who skipped through the Leeds defence at will to sign off his Spurs career in style.
Lucas Moura
90' + 5' GOOOOOAAAALLL!!!! Moura gets a goal to mark his last appearance, and rub salt in Leeds wounds! Taking a pass from Sarr on halfway, he glides through poor challenges from Cooper, Ayling and Kristensen before stabbing the ball home from close range! 4-1 to Spurs, and Leeds' relegation is confirmed with another poor goal from their perspective.
90' + 4' Koch is camped in the final third for Leeds and tries crosses from both the left and right, but neither come to fruition and are easily swept up by Forster.
90' + 2' CHANCE!!! A low Rutter cross drops for Firpo in the Spurs box, but the debutant Abbott slides in to take the ball away from the left-back's feet! Aaronson tries to keep the chance alive, but ends up on the deck as the ball ricochets behind!
Lucas Moura
Pedro Porro
90' + 1' Porro got the ball rolling for Spurs in the second half, but comes off now for Lucas Moura to make his final appearance for the Lilywhites.
G. Abbott
O. Skipp
90' + 1' Another debutant is introduced by Ryan Mason, as George Abbott makes his Spurs debut in replacing a fellow academy product in Oliver Skipp.
90' Five added minutes coming up, but the home fans will see them more as delaying the inevitable than a chance to snatch something late in this game.
W. Gnonto
J. Harrison
88' Harrison has pulled up with cramp, and is brought off for Leeds late in the game. Wilfried Gnonto, who we surprisingly haven't seen earlier given his exploits this season, will replace the sole goalscorer for the Peacocks.
86' Rodrigo brings down Firpo's cross from the left, but Lenglet gets back to knock it behind for a corner as the clock ticks ever-closer to sealing Leeds' fate.
84' SAVED!!! Richarlison latches onto a long ball forward from Sanchez, and drills a low shot towards the goal which Robles gets down to save! Kane closes in looking for a hat-trick, but the Leeds goalkeeper dives on the ball to prevent him from doing so!
83' Leeds' impending relegation will be their seventh top-flight relegation since being founded in 1919, and second from the Premier League after 2003-04.
81' SAVED!!! Richarlison is released into the Leeds box by Kane and engages Koch. He bursts clear of the defender and shoots low, but Robles can gather the ball after saving the Brazilian's effort with his knee!
80' OVER!!! A deep cross from the right is nodded down by Rodrigo, and is flicked up by Rutter, who turns and fires a volley over the bar in what would've been a very impressive goal by the striker!
79' Richarlison heads forward on the counter for Tottenham, but underhits a wide pass to Kane and Firpo is able to intercept for Leeds.
M. Craig
Y. Bissouma
77' Matthew Craig will also come on to make his debut for Tottenham, replacing Bissouma in what will be an extremely proud moment for the young midfielder.
Son Heung-Min
76' Son leaves the field in Spurs' latest change, and will be replaced by Richarlison for the last quarter of an hour at Elland Road.
74' As a top-flight side, Leeds have lost their final league match in just one of their last 15 campaigns, going down 1-0 at Chelsea in their 2003-04 relegation campaign, and their second of those losses will consign them to the same fate in 2022-23.
72' Harrison steps inside Kane from the right and goes for goal from some 35 yards, but the Spurs captain slides in to block his ambitious effort before it can cause his side's defence any trouble.
71' Kane has now scored five goals in six Premier League appearances against Leeds, and brings up goal number 30 in the top-flight this season.
Pedro Porro
69' Porro had the freedom of West Yorkshire to run into there, and laid the ball on a plate for Kane to score his second, Spurs' third, and perhaps the final nail in the coffin for Leeds.
H. Kane
69' GOOOOAAALL!!! Spurs restore their advantage just seconds after Harrison's goal!! Leeds are wide open at the back as Sarr heads forward to Porro. He advances into space and releases Kane to his left, who slots the ball beyond the onrushing Robles and into the bottom corner!! 3-1 to Spurs, and it's looking increasingly likely Leeds will be relegated in the next 20 minutes or so.
G. Rutter
67' Rutter's introduction has given Leeds more control of the ball up front, and the 21-year-old January arrival registers his first assist for the Whites.
J. Harrison
67' GOOOOAAALLL!!! Leeds pull one back!!! Rutter holds off Lenglet on the edge of the box, and finds Harrison to his right. He steps beyond Davies and Bissouma before hitting a low, right-footed shot, which beats Forster to nestle in the far corner! They still trail 2-1 with other results going against them, but stranger things have happened in the history of this great game!
P. Sarr
D. Kulusevski
67' Kulusevski heads off in Spurs' first change of the match, and Pape Sarr will replace the forward to close out the game.
66' Tottenham have lost their final league game in just one of the last 12 seasons, going down 5-1 at already relegated Newcastle in 2015-16.
64' An injury to Porro brings the game to a halt, and Spurs' second goalscorer leaves the field for further treatment as substitutes warm up on the sideline.
62' Another cross, this time from Forshaw, is met by Rodrigo in the centre of the box, but his header is off-target and loops over the bar.
61' SAVED!!! Harrison's floated cross towards Rodrigo is brought down by the striker at a tight angle, and his low shot from the left is parried behind by Forster!
G. Rutter
W. McKennie
60' On-loan Juventus midfielder McKennie also comes off, and record signing Georginio Rutter will enter the fray on the hour mark.
Junior Firpo
M. Wöber
59' Wober also comes off having been booked early on, and Junior Firpo replaces the January signing at left-back.
B. Aaronson
P. Struijk
59' Sam Allardyce makes three changes at once for Leeds, the first seeing Struijk replaced by attacking midfielder Brenden Aaronson.
L. Cooper
Yellow Card
56' Son and Skipp look to play a one-two down the left for Spurs, but the former is held back by Cooper and can't get there. The referee plays advantage, but comes back to book the Leeds captain after Kane's cross comes to nothing.
56' Leeds have attempted 12 shots in this match, higher than their season average of 11.9 in the Premier League, but so far only one has been on target. Blunt.
54' BLOCKED!!! Wober's cross from deep sails over everyone's heads, but Ayling can't strike the ball cleanly as it lands for him at the far post. He keeps the ball alive though and gets another chance to shoot from close range, but Lenglet gets in the way to block it behind for a corner!
53' A strong run down the left from Kane is cut out by Kristensen, but Davies recovers the ball from the throw to cross into the area. Porro arrives at the far post, but can't direct it goalwards as he scoops the ball over the bar.
51' Leeds have won just one of the 12 games they've trailed at half-time in this season, and that early strike from Porro makes the chances of doing so again an almost impossible ask for the hosts.
49' Spurs scored after 91 seconds in the first half, and that Porro strike comes just 79 seconds into the second, showing just how well they've been able to identify, expose and punish Leeds' fragility at the back.
Pedro Porro
47' GOOOOAAAALLL!!! Spurs double their lead, and all-but relegate Leeds United in the process! Kane powers through midfield and slips a throughball into the box. Struijk can't deal with it, deflecting the ball into Porro's path, and the January arrival smashes a low shot across the face of goal and into the far corner! 2-0 to Tottenham, and that might just be the final nail in Leeds' three-year Premier League run.
46' No half-time changes made by either side, and Kane resumes proceedings as he kicks off the second period for Spurs!
The teams return for the second half, and we're officially in now-or-never territory for Leeds to stay up, and for Spurs to reach Europe!
A centre-back playing in midfield, Koch has been Leeds' most dangerous attacking threat so far in a disjointed first half, heading wide twice with an xG of 0.31. He's also passed 12 times in the final third, creating a big chance with one of his headed flick-ons. Koch has been impressive in winning seven of his 10 duels, five of which have come in the air, winning possession six times as Leeds fight for their lives on the final day.
We're halfway through the final game of the season, and in a match Leeds have to win at all costs, they're 1-0 behind. Kane's opener in just the second minute makes Leeds' task of staying in the division all-but impossible, and Leicester's lead over West Ham isn't helping their cause either. The Whites have been limited to half-chances from Koch, Struijk, Forshaw, Wober and Rodrigo, but have looked very susceptible to Tottenham's counter-attacks, with Kane typically dangerous in and around the box. As it stands, Leeds are going down, and will need one hell of a second half performance to retain their Premier League status.
45' + 2' OVER!!! Kane is at the near post to head Harrison's corner half-clear, but the rebound falls to Kristensen and is volleyed over the top by the Leeds defender!
45' + 1' WIDE!!! McKennie's long throw is flicked on at the near post by Koch, and Rodrigo meets it with another header which sails wide of the target!
45' We'll play two additional minutes at Elland Road to close out a first half which has far from gone to plan for the home side.
44' A Spurs corner won by Emerson is cleared up-field by the hosts, but Harrison is chasing the ball on his own and Spurs can easily recollect possession.
43' Rodrigo's teasing cross is whipped in from the right with McKennie making a late run into the box, but the USA midfielder can't quite get there and Forster gathers it!
42' A knock-down in the box by Koch bounces towards Rodrigo, but both he and McKennie swing at and miss the ball which allows Spurs to clear their lines!
41' Another Leeds set-piece comes to nothing and Kulusevski looks to spark a counter-attack for Tottenham, but Kristensen gets goal-side of him and wins a free-kick after being barged over by the Swedish forward.
39' OVER!! Forshaw's cross from the right is met centrally by Koch, whose header back across the face of goal is watched all the way by Forster, who allows it to bounce just wide of the post!
38' CHANCE!!! What appears to be a shot from Bissouma looks well off-target, but takes a deflection to send the ball into Kane's path. However, a poor touch from the opening goalscorer allows Ayling to get back in cover, and he shields the ball which is smothered by Robles!
37' OVER!!! Forshaw's corner for Leeds finds the head of Wober, and he sends a looping header towards the top corner which Forster tips over the crossbar!
35' Rodrigo nips in to beat Skipp to the ball on the edge of the area and it falls kindly for McKennie, whose low drive from 25 yards is dragged wide of Forster's right-hand post.
33' Defeat for Tottenham would ensure no European football for them next season for the first time since 2009-10, but as things stand, that'll be the case regardless. With seventh-placed Aston Villa 2-0 up at Brighton in their corresponding final day match, Spurs could win this heavily and still finish eighth.
31' Spurs win a free-kick from 40 yards out, and Son clips a low ball into the Leeds box. Sanchez looks to volley it goalwards, but can't make a clean connection and the ball bounces through to Robles.
29' A chance opens up for Leeds in the final third but McKennie's sloppy pass goes astray. Spurs race clear on the break through Son, whose cross from the left is put behind for a corner by Kristensen.
28' Kane's opener after just 91 seconds means he's now scored in 26 different Premier League games this season, the outright most of any player in a 38-game campaign. He's equalled Andy Cole's overall record of 26 games scored in, achieved in 1993-94.
26' BLOCKED!! Kulusevski shapes to shoot before teeing up Kane in the area, and his left-footed shot takes a nick off Cooper on its way through to Robles' gloves!
25' Robles dawdles with the ball at his feet, and is only just able to get his long punt away with Kulusevski closing in at pace!
23' Leeds' last win, against Nottingham Forest in early April, may have come after going 1-0 behind, but the Whites themselves have dropped 25 points from winning positions in the Premier League this season, their most ever in a single campaign.
21' BLOCKED!!! Koch's lofted pass into the box is headed away by Lenglet, but Forshaw meets the ball with a vicious strike. His powerful half-volley is heading goalwards, but Sanchez gets in the way to block and concede a corner!
21' CHANCE!!! Leeds win the ball back, but Ayling undersells Struijk with a short pass in the box and Porro is almost on hand to intercept and score before Robles claims the loose ball!
20' Leeds pile players forward for another McKennie throw-in, but are exposed at the back as the visitors break. Kulusevski beats Forshaw in midfield and plays a throughball into Son's path, but Kristensen gets back to cut it out and prevent a second Spurs goal!
19' Leeds fire in a cross from Harrison and throw from McKennie respectively down that left-hand side, but Rodrigo can't get onto the end of either in a crowded box and Spurs clear their lines with ease on both occasions.
17' Kane barrels Ayling over on the near touchline, with the home crowd baying for a yellow card to be shown the Tottenham captain's way. The referee disagrees though, giving Leeds just the free-kick.
16' Kane has now scored on the final day of the season in each of the last six Premier League campaigns. Overall, he's scored 10 goals on matchday 38, with no player netting more in the competition's history.
M. Wöber
Yellow Card
14' Davies dispossesses Forshaw and finds Kulusevski in the centre circle, who spins away from Wober on the break. However, he's clipped as he runs through by the Austrian, who becomes the second Leeds defender in five minutes to receive a booking.
13' Spurs concede another corner after Sanchez's clearance ricochets behind off Bissouma, but Leeds can't make anything of it and Kristensen intervenes to prevent another break by the visitors.
11' Leeds have won just one of their last 10 Premier League games against Spurs, a 3-1 home win in May 2021 at the height of their Premier League success under Marcelo Bielsa. Two years on, and times certainly haven't changed for the better at Elland Road.
P. Struijk
Yellow Card
9' Leeds' corner comes to nothing and Spurs race away on the break, but Lenglet is pulled back by Struijk and the young Dutchman is shown the game's first yellow card.
8' BLOCKED!!! A long throw-in from McKennie drops to Struijk in Tottenham's box, but Bissouma gets in the way to block the defender's shot as it deflects over the bar!
7' WIDE!!! So close to a Leeds equaliser! After Harrison's cross into the area is scooped clear by Bissouma, Rodrigo returns serve from the right-hand side. He whips the ball into the box, and Koch meets it with a diving header which flashes inches wide of the far post!
5' Play stops momentarily with Kane down on his haunches, but after a short spell of treatment the Spurs captain is able to continue.
3' Kane's 29th league goal of the season is the quickest Spurs have scored in a game in 2022-23, and they've won two of their last three Premier League away games against Leeds, as many as they had in their previous 15 top-flight visits to Elland Road.
Son Heung-Min
2' Son barely had to think when laying that ball off to Kane, and the Tottenham captain did what he does best - scored instinctively.
H. Kane
2' GOOOOAAALLL!!! Tottenham lead inside two minutes!! Emerson finds Porro with a clipped ball forward, and he cuts inside to find Son. He tees up Kane with space inside the box, who curls the ball into the top corner with a first-time finish to send Spurs 1-0 up!!! If Leeds' task was a big one at kick-off, it's now a gargantuan one just two minutes into the final day.
1' Harrison kicks the game off for Leeds, and we're off and running on the final day of Premier League action!
The teams head out onto the Elland Road pitch for the final time this season, with almost everyone inside this famous old ground dreaming, praying and crossing everything in the hope that it's still a Premier League venue in 2023-24.
The visitors also make one change, with Pedro Porro replacing Arnaut Danjuma to slot in on the right of midfield. He’ll support Dejan Kulusevski and Harry Kane up front, with talismanic captain Kane, who scored the opener in Spurs' most recent loss at home to Brentford, potentially taking to the field in a Tottenham shirt for the final time…
Sam Allardyce names a surprisingly defensive lineup given the Peacocks’ win-or-bust circumstances in this game, but is able to rely on Rodrigo up front. The Whites’ top scorer volleyed in the opener at West Ham last time out, but hobbled around injured in the second half as Leeds lost 3-1. He’s passed fit to start, but Patrick Bamford is ruled out with an injury of his own and is replaced in the side by captain Liam Cooper.
TOTTENHAM SUBS: Brandon Austin, Richarlison, Arnaut Danjuma, Japhet Tanganga, Lucas Moura, Pape Sarr, Matthew Craig, Yago Alonso, George Abbott.
TOTTENHAM (4-4-2): Fraser Forster; Emerson Royal, Davinson Sanchez, Clement Lenglet, Ben Davies; Pedro Porro, Yves Bissouma, Oliver Skipp, Son Heung-Min; Dejan Kulusevski, Harry Kane.
LEEDS UNITED SUBS: Illan Meslier, Junior Firpo, Brenden Aaronson, Marc Roca, Crysencio Summerville, Georginio Rutter, Wilfried Gnonto, Sam Greenwood, Jeremiah Chilokoa-Mullen.
LEEDS UNITED (5-4-1): Joel Robles; Luke Ayling, Rasmus Kristensen, Maximilian Wober, Liam Cooper, Pascal Struijk; Weston McKennie, Adam Forshaw, Robin Koch, Jack Harrison; Rodrigo Moreno.
Luckily for Leeds though, their opponents Tottenham appear to be a side who have already checked out in 2022-23. Spurs have won just one of their last seven games, losing five and conceding 20 goals in the process - neither sacked acting head coach Christian Stellini, or incumbent acting head coach Ryan Mason, have been able to reverse a slide which has seen the Lilywhites drop down to eighth in the table.
Leeds need nothing short of a miracle to save their wilting season, with the desperate, last-gasp appointment of Sam Allardyce yielding just one point from the veteran’s three games in charge so far. Failure to gain three points in this match will see the Whites return to the second tier after three seasons at the top table, while victory for either Leicester or Everton in their corresponding fixtures will see one of them stay up at Leeds’ expense.
Hello, and welcome to live coverage of this match on the final day of the 2022-23 Premier League season. Leeds United face Tottenham Hotspur at Elland Road, with the home side needing both a victory and favourable results elsewhere to stand any chance of avoiding relegation to the Championship.