Claudio Ranieri has stated he has no complaints about the controversial penalty that saw Leicester fall to 2-2 draw against Tottenham.
Wasilewski and Okazaki put Leicester in front after Eriksen opened the scoring, only for Harry Kane to convert from the spot, minutes to the end of regular time.
Leicester players were incensed at the decision that saw them record a draw.
“I didn’t see the penalty, there were two players in front of me,” Ranieri said. “But the more important thing is that the referee gave the penalty, so it is a penalty.”
He added: “I thought we deserved to win.
“I’m very pleased with our performance. We had eight players who had not been playing for some time, but now they played and they deserved a positive result – and 2-2 is a positive result.
“Priority remains the Premier League, but we want to progress in the FA Cup. I’m pleased we have another chance.”