The in-form Tottenham Hotspur meets the troubled Leicester City in the Premier League today. SPOX tells you how the game can be followed live on TV, live stream and live ticker.
The Premier League is back after a week without games. There were no games last weekend due to the death of Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II. Yesterday, however, play resumed, this Saturday (September 17th) it continues with three games of the 8th matchday.
One of the three matches is that between Tottenham Hotspur and Leicester City, kicked off at 6.30pm at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London by referee Simon Hooper.
Tottenham Hotspur are unbeaten in the league.
The start of the season for the two teams could hardly have been more different. While Tottenham are still undefeated after six games and are at the top, the Foxes are still waiting for their first win. The champions of 2015/16 have only been able to collect one point and are therefore at the bottom of the table.
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Leicester City, broadcast: Premier League today live on TV and live stream
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The most controversial change of the millennium - and one fled to Bavaria
At the beginning of the 2000s, the era of the "galactic" began at Real Madrid. From 2000 to 2006, Los Blancos bought at least one top star every year. And even after that, Real didn't shy away from spending a lot of money and strengthening the team.
From 2015 to 2019, the Madrilenians took a step back only to present Eden Hazard. Recently, Kylian Mbappé and Erling Haaland have also been traded, but they have not come yet. We show in whom Real invested 2.3 billion.
15th place: Mateo Kovacic (38m euros, Inter Milan, 2015) - Real were looking for another option for midfield alongside Luka Modric, Toni Kroos and Casemiro. The choice fell on Kovacic, who came from Inter for 38 million euros.
Kovacic was able to prove himself for the Madrilenians for three seasons, but mostly showed mixed performances, which is why he was loaned to Chelsea FC in 2018. The Blue bought Kovacic in the summer of 2019 for 45 million euros.
14th: Ronaldo (€45m, Inter Milan, 2002) - Just a month after winning the World Cup with Brazil, Ronaldo left Inter for Real Madrid in the summer of 2002.
The striker cost Real €45m and was a key part of the galactic squad that President Florentino Perez was forming at the time. In 177 games for Real, Ronaldo has 103 goals and 34 assists.
13th place: Vinícius Jr (€45m, Flamengo, 2018) - At just 18 years old, the Brazilian joined the Madrilenians and since then has impressed as one of the best players in the team.
In the 2021/22 season, he shot his colors to victory against Liverpool in the Champions League final, proving not for the first time that he was worth the hefty fee.
12th place: Rodrygo (45 million euros, FC Santos, 2019) - Another Brazilian for Real! Just like Vinícius Jr, Rodrygo was 18 when he joined Real.
He was considered the 'new Neymar' upon his arrival and provided the Madrilenians with important goals and assists.
11th place: Ferland Mendy (48 million euros, Olympique Lyon, 2019) - Some experts criticized Mendy's transfer in 2019. The verdict: 48 million euros is too much for a player who does not yet have the necessary class for Real .
Mendy needed some time, but by the 2021/22 season at the latest he formed a strong defensive line with Dani Carvajal, David Alaba and Eder Militao.
10th place: Eder Militao (€50m, FC Porto, 2019) - €50m for a then 21-year-old defender was a lot of money - and in his first two years at Real Militao could not justify the high transfer fee.
When Sergio Ramos and Raphaël Varâne then left the club in 2021 and David Alaba came to the club, Militao shone and formed a strong central defense with the Austrian.
9th place: Luís Figo (60 million euros, FC Barcelona, 2000) - The transfer of Luís Figo to Real Madrid was one of the most controversial of the then young millennium.
Figo made a spectacular switch and joined the Madrilenians, Barcelona's nemesis. There he ushered in the age of the Galactics and impressed with 57 goals and 92 assists in 245 games. After his time at Real, he went to Inter.
8th place: Luka Jovic (63 million euros, Eintracht Frankfurt, 2019) - When Jovic signed, the Madrilenians expected a lot from the young striker, who had previously delivered great performances for Eintracht Frankfurt. At Real he could not retrieve this.
In two years he only made 51 appearances, scoring three goals and collecting five assists. In January 2021 he went back to SGE on loan, he played the 2021/22 season again for Real before he was handed over to Florence in summer 2022.
7th place: Kaká (€67m, AC Milan, 2009) - Kaká joined Los Blancos in the same summer as Cristiano Ronaldo and should herald the building of a new super team.
The Brazilian cost 67 million euros, but due to numerous injuries he was never able to justify this sum. After 120 games with 29 goals and 39 assists, Kaká went back to AC Milan in 2013 - on a free transfer.
6th place: James Rodríguez (75 million euros, AS Monaco, 2014) - The spectacular performances at the 2014 World Cup made the Colombian one of the most sought-after players in the world. Real snapped, his first season was strong - and then came Zinedine Zidane.
The new Royal coach saw no future for the midfielder in the long term, James went on loan to Bayern Munich for two years. Since then, the Colombian's career has gone downhill, since 2021 with al-Rayyan in Qatar.
5th place: Zinédine Zidane (€77.5m, Juventus Turin, 2001) - World and European champion Zidane hit the ground running at Real and established himself as a club legend before hanging up his boots in 2006.
Zidane later returned to Los Blancos as coach and won 11 titles. Both as a player and as a coach, Zidane has forever left his mark in Real Madrid's history books.
4th place: Aurélien Tchouaméni (80 million euros, AS Monaco, 2022) - With Tchouaméni, Real signed one of the greatest talents in world football in the summer of 2022. It remains to be seen whether the defensive midfielder can justify his transfer fee.
However, the Madrilenians believe in their new signing and gave up Casemiro in the same summer to make room for Tchouaméni in midfield.
3rd place: Cristiano Ronaldo (€94m, Manchester United, 2009) - President Perez was two years behind CR7 before finally bagging the transfer in the summer of 2009. At Real, alongside Lionel Messi, he became the best player in the world.
Ronaldo won everything there was to win in terms of titles - both individual awards and trophies with the team. 450 goals and 131 assists in 438 games for Real means an unbelievable achievement.
2nd place: Gareth Bale (101m euros, Tottenham Hotspur, 2014) - For the second time in five years, Real Madrid broke their own transfer record, for Gareth Bale the Spaniards transferred 101m euros to Tottenham.
Joining forces with Cristiano Ronaldo and Karim Benzema, the Welshman formed a brutal attacking force, scoring 106 goals in 258 games and 67 assists. The chapter ended ingloriously, his focus shifted to golf. In LA since 2022
1st place: Eden Hazard (€115m, Chelsea, 2019) - Eden Hazard cost €115m, but so far the Belgian has not been able to justify this sum.
A lack of fitness and numerous injuries prevented Hazard from being able to build on his performances from Chelsea.
Tottenham Hotspur vs. Leicester City, broadcast: Premier League today live on TV and live stream - most important information
Encounter: Tottenham Hotspur vs Leicester City
Contest: premier league
Date: September 17, 2022
Kicking off: 6.30 p.m
Location: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London
live stream: SkyGo, WOW
Live ticker: SPOX Premier League: The table on matchday 8
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