Tottenham set new stadium record with Leicester thrashing in the Premier League

Antonio Conte has turned Tottenham into an unbeatable side at home in the Premier League.

Spurs have now won seven consecutive Premier League games at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium for the first time since moving there in April 2019.

Fans pose for a photo outside the stadium as an LED board displays a tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images)

The Lillywhites are turning their stadium into a fortress and have won every game there in the Premier League this season.

Home form has been golden since Antonio Conte took over the side almost a year ago, and they will look to go as far as possible after jumping to the summit of the league table on Saturday evening with Arsenal playing on Sunday.

Harry Kane scored his 18th league goal against Leicester after Youri Tielemans had opened the scoring for the Foxes from the penalty spot.

Eric Dier then scored his second goal of the season after out jumping everyone one to nod home the lead for his side, sealing his return to the England squad with a good performance.

James Maddison though levelled for Leicester just before the break. Rodrigo Bentancur scored his first league goal to put Spurs back ahead shortly, before Son-Heung-min, benched for the first time after a slow start to the campaign then reminded everyone of his class with a hat-trick to ensure that his side continued their strong start to the season.

The win means Spurs have now won seven home league games on the bounce, the first time at their new stadium, second only to their 14 games winning streaking 2014.

Antonio Conte’s side will now go into the international break as one of the in-form teams in the Premier League and are without a defeat in their last 13 league games-counting from last season.

The manner of the victory will delight Tottenham boss Antonio Conte after he was upset following their defeat to Sporting Lisbon in the Champions League earlier in midweek.