Almost exactly a year after his previous international goal against Lithuania (March 26, 2017), Jamie Vardy again netted in England colours as he scored for the Three Lions at Wembley against Italy. A quick piece of thinking from Jesse Lingard caught the Italian defence napping and Vardy scored from the quickly taken free kick. It was the Leicester City striker’s seventh international goal after previous efforts. against Germany, Netherlands, Turkey, Wales, Spain and Lithuania.
Italy equalised through a late penalty, but the usage of VAR while awarding Lorenzo Insigne’s spot kick had pundits and players puzzled, and Vardy himself admitted that “he didn’t know what it stood for”
Jamie Vardy’s first half penalty and Riyad Mahrez’s superb individual strike in second half stoppage time saw Leicester beat Watford 2-0 at the King Power yesterday afternoon. The win also saw the Foxes move ahead of Burnley, with Sean Dyche’s side going down to Manchester United at home.
The result has prompted the Watford board to part ways with Marco Silva. The Hornets have won only one of their last eleven and are 10th in the table at the time of Silva’s dismissal. However the board have said in an official statement that Everton’s approach for Silva had affected his focus, leading to the decision to part ways Continue reading →
They had beaten a second string Liverpool side 2-0 in midweek Cup action, but Leicester City were unable to produce an encore in their league fixture between the two sides over the weekend, slumping to a 3-2 loss at the King Power Stadium. Continue reading →
It was always going to be a tough start to the season for Leicester, with Arsenal, Manchester United and Chelsea to face in their first four games, and the Foxes slumped to their third defeat as the Blues emerged 2-1 winners at the King Power.
For Chelsea, the goals came through new summer signing Alvaro Morata and former Leicester medio N’Golo Kante. Leicester’s solitary goal came from the penalty spot through Jamie Vardy Continue reading →