Leicester City creates unprecedented stunt and declases Manchester City

Leicester City created an unprecedented stunt on Sunday by declassifying Manchester City at Etihad Stadium. In Manchester City it was no less than 2-5 for the team of Brendan Rodgers. Jamie Vardy was the big man with a hat trick.

City, which started with Nathan Aké in the base, started an excellent start and reached 1-0 after four minutes by a great goal of Riyad Mahrez. However, after Rodri‘s rejected 2-0, the match tilted. After a violation by Kyle Walker on Jamie Vardy, the latter equalized from the dot: 1-1.

From that moment on, the game was dominated by Leicester. After rest, The Foxes got a deserved lead. Vardy was confident again, this time he scored with a chopping ball from behind the standleg. When the English striker (again from the dot) also made 1-3, the match was played. City came unrecognizable and couldn’t do anything about the backlog. The most beautiful goal of the afternoon came from James Maddison, who passed goalkeeper Ederson with a brilliant bowball in the intersection.
Aké then scored his first goal for City, but that was not enough to give the match some excitement. Leicester took even further distance and did so again from the dot. But not Vardy, but Youri Tielemans set the final score on 2-5.

City has the chance to repair the damage in the eighth final of the League Cup against Burnley on Wednesday. Next Saturday, Leeds United waits in the league. Leicester meets West Bromwich Albion.