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“Impossible” performance by Leicester and hilarious action from Vardy

After Leicester City’s win, Wes Morgan said they have achieved the impossible again. Stunning match vs Sevilla has ended with 2-0 in favor of the foxes. Also during the game, Vardy showed some interesting performance which of course was taken up on Twitter.

Foxes won with 2-0 in the match Leicester City vs Sevilla which took place at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday. It’s mean they are going forward with 3-2 on aggregate. Seems that Leicester is followed by triumph last 12 months.

“We proved wrong a lot of people and did the impossible again”, says Morgan. “I’m not sure are we able to do this again, but we’ll try hard”. For now, Leicester is surviving in Premier League and most of that happens thanks to new boss Craig Shakespeare. For Leicester yesterday night was fantastic.

And no less interesting night was for Jamie Vardy. He literally made a trap for Samir Nasri. Vardy on purpose provoked Nasri for a hassle. So former Man City player squared up and easily hit Vardy in the face.

Vardy didn’t take any injury but they both went into the book.  As Nasri already took yellow for a poor challenge on Ndidi, he also saw red and went off from a pitch. It was an important point for the Leicester’s victory.

Also after the match ending Vardy punched himself in the face a few times. Clearly, he felt disappointment for his performance and because he couldn’t score during the match. Still, he played important role and public has appreciated it on the Twitter.

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About Viktor Presnyakov

Viktor Presnyakov
Viktor finished the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv (faculty Philology) in 2011. He likes to write great stories about sport, technologies, politics, etc. But what he likes more than other is football. Today Viktor live and work in Kyiv as a senior copywriter with more than 5 years of experience. He has been responsible for hundreds of articles on the sports niche. Author has significant experience as a content manager at leading UK companies. His free time he likes to spend in translating science articles and (of course) playing football. His publications allow you to pass through the mazes of football’s world. The most interesting events will be described and offered to your attention. Without a doubt, Victor loves football because it is an important part of his life. And he’ll be continuing to do the best and make excellent publications for you. With all requests and questions you can contact by e-mail: [email protected]

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