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Resurgent Leicester City Sink Sevilla | Ndidi Marshaled Foxes To The Next Round



English Champions Leicester City proceed with their amazing run at their first appearance in the UEFA Champions League has they extensively stunned and whipped Sevilla 2-0 at the King Power Stadium.

Despite seemingly insurmountable odds, Leicester came back from a 2-1 deficit and whip Sevilla before showing them the way out of the Champions League and then serenely cruise to the quarterfinal stage of the competition on a 3-2 aggregate.

In spite of the fact that they required only just one goal to go through, but they know completely well that such won’t be great as it would be unsafe to capitalise on a single goal. Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton provides the goals in the 27th and 54th minutes was what the Foxes conveyed to sent Jorgi Sampaoli side of the competition.

Leicester City v Sevilla FC - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg

Leicester City was fabulous all through. they were everywhere throughout the pitch challenging for balls, battling the Spanish visitors by shielding unfalteringly and was constantly perilous on their defence.

Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi was completely splendid as he marshalled and charged the midfield radiantly, and killing a large portion of the Los Blanquirrojos assaulting moves. Wes Morgan was bullish in the heart of the Foxes defence and was there to clear off any dangerous moves.

Leicester City v Sevilla FC - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: Second Leg

Nasri was sent off after being given a yellow card, the France international and Vardy seemed to headbutt each other, and the Ref awarded both players a yellow card, but Nasri who earlier on yellow had to take the stroll of disgrace straight into the tunnel.

With the clock winding down, Vardy had the ideal chance to execute the match after being teed up by Riyad Mahrez, yet the England striker’s exertion was smashed off.

Nevertheless, Foxes wouldn’t think twice about it at last as they hung on and cruise easily to the quarterfinals of the Champions League.

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