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Tottenham are bossing possession but the chances are drying up like a puddle in the desert for the hosts as Pochettino sends on Vincent Janssen for Lamela.
Janssen has been rather goal shy and wasteful since his summer arrival, will this be the night he gets his Spurs career properly started?
Maybe Manchester City should start thinking about resting some key stars. Raheem Sterling is on the wrong end of a rather tough sliding challenge but is fit to continue.
Still no subs used by Pep Guardiola. Claudio Ranieri is in a luxury zone now as he gives Jamie Vardy a rest by replacing the striker with Ahmed Musa.
Despite that Bruges scare of hitting the post, the Foxes have looked comfortable. Meanwhile at Manchester City, it's still all second gear stuff for Pep Guardiola's team.
They continue to control this match as Pablo Zabaleta lets fly with a strike across goal from 20 yards out, with the ball sailing over the crossbar.
Leicester City can't switch off just yet though. There is carnage inside the Monaco box defending a corner is Fabinho is booked for pulling down a Spurs player before a corner.
No penalty is given due to the ball having not been in play. Spurs are getting on top though. Club Bruges obviously haven't done their homework.
Leicester attack with a ball played in for Jamie Vardy who after taking the ball past Ludovic Butelle is brought down by the keeper to win a penalty.
From 12 yards, it's Riyad Mahrez doubling his tally for the evening and surely all but bringing home Leicester's first three Champions League points.
Like the first half, Spurs start brightly enough with Dele Alli seeing a dipping yard volley well tipped over by Danijel Subasic in the Monaco goal.
The hosts then win a free-kick 30 yards out but Christian Eriksen's effort can only strike the top of the wall. So close to a Sergio Aguero hat-trick!
Yann Sommer can only weakly parry a low shot away, and while Raheem Sterling cuts the ball back for the Argentine, his lobbed effort towards the top corner is beaten away by the recovering Sommer.
Welcome to the UCL Mahrez22! What a free-kick. Mauricio Pochettino does indeed make a change, sending on Moussa Dembele for his first game of the season in place of Son Heung-min.
Leicester City are back underway, can they maintain their stunning first half performance and get their Champions League campaign off to a perfect start?
Manchester City especially, as they have hardly been troubled at all by Borussia Monchengladbach. Leicester City meanwhile survived an early scare before sussing out how all this Champions League stuff works.
Tottenham meanwhile I wouldn't be surprised to see a change from Mauricio Pochettino at the break - especially in midfield. Remember to follow the action outside the Premier League concerned teams by clicking here as Ben Nagle has all the drama featuring the likes of Real Madrid, Juventus and Borussia Dortmund.
Goals, goals, goals! Spurs have been totally rudderless since falling behind but they are back into this one. Toby Alderweireld heads home centrally from a corner in the final minute of the half.
Leicester City look totally at home in the competition in the same way that Tottenham look utterly lost at Wembley. The Foxes go close to a lead with Danny Drinkwater seeing a terrific left-foot volley effort tipped over by keeper Ludovic Butelle.
Two set pieces, two goals. That was a brilliant strike by Riyad Mahrez, hit clean and crisp, the ball flew in.
He was warming up as Mahrez prepared to take that, and receiving a verbal volley from the home crowd, who remember his days playing for Anderlecht.
What an acquisition he could prove to be. Too late to go back to White Hart lane? Spurs' defending has been atrocious so far and it's little surprise to see them fall down as Thomas Lemar controls a near post cross before lashing a high drive past Hugo Lloris into the roof of the net.
What a start this is for Leicester City's Champions League dream. Now the Foxes are up away from home as Riyad Mahrez has curled a stunning free-kick home from 25 yards.
Christoph Kramer fouls Ilkay Gundogan on the very edge of the box to concede a penalty , and up steps Sergio Aguero to slot the ball home in the bottom right corner.
City are up and absolutely cruising. Aside from a Lamela shot that was well pushed away by Danijel Subasic, Spurs haven't looked like causing Monaco much problems since conceding.
Monaco look more than happy to play on the counter attack. In fact if I had to pick who will score the next goal, I would side with the Wembley visitors.
Lamela looked to atone for his error straight away, forcing Subasic into a low save but things got even worse for Pochettino's side in the 31st minute.
Spurs failed to deal with Djibril Sidibe's cross from the right and the ball fell kindly for Lemar, who lashed the ball into the roof of the net from the edge of the six-yard box.
The frustration was there for all to see as Kane picked up an unnecessary booking for a late lunge on Fabinho, but Spurs were handed a lifeline just before the break.
Alderweireld rose highest to powerfully head Lamela's corner into the back of the net to score his first goal in the Champions League since