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Season Info: The 2001-02 season was a successful one for Leicester City, who finished in fifth place in the English Premier League and reached the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup.

In the Premier League, Leicester City won 15, drew 8 and lost 15 of their 38 games, finishing with a total of 53 points. They scored 55 goals and conceded 55, with striker James Scowcroft finishing as the team's top scorer with 12 goals in all competitions.

One of the highlights of the season for Leicester City was their 5-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur in February 2002, with midfielder Muzzy Izzet scoring a hat-trick. They also recorded impressive victories over Liverpool and Arsenal, who finished second and first in the league, respectively.

In the UEFA Cup, Leicester City progressed through the group stage and knockout rounds, defeating teams like Red Star Belgrade and Crvena Zvezda. They were eventually knocked out in the quarter-finals by Spanish side Atlético Madrid.

Overall, the 2001-02 season was a solid one for Leicester City, who were led by manager Micky Adams and had a talented squad that included players like Izzet, Scowcroft, and goalkeeper Ian Walker. While they did not win any trophies, their performances in both the Premier League and the UEFA Cup demonstrated that they were a strong and competitive team.