By London correspondent Tony Hughes

Micky Hazard issued a rallying call to Tottenham fans after Leicester dropped two points at Manchester United on Sunday.

In an absorbing contest at Old Trafford, Claudio Ranieri’s side drew 1-1 after captain Wes Morgan equalised Antony Martial’s early opener.

But Leicester were unable to secure the win they needed that would have wrapped up the Premier League title and completed their fairytale.

The result gives Leicester an eight-point lead over second-placed Tottenham, who travel to bitter rivals Chelsea on Monday night.

If Spurs can overturn their wretched Stamford Bridge record and clinch victory, they will narrow the gap to five points with two matches of the season remaining. If Mauricio Pochettino’s side fail to beat Chelsea, Leicester will be crowned champions on Monday night.

Former Spurs midfielder Hazard expressed new hope in the wake of Leicester’s Old Trafford and told fellow supporters that it is now in the hands of his former team.

Leicester’s final two fixtures are home to Everton and away at Chelsea, while Tottenham host Southampton at White Hart Lane before travelling to Newcastle on the final day of the season.

In other Tottenham news, Thierry Henry has identified two things Spurs must do to win the Premier League title next season.