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Iheanacho Broke Down In Tears As Leicester Trash Sheffield United

Iheanacho Broke Down In Tears As Leicester Trash Sheffield United
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It was an august Sunday for the “Fox” as they mercilessly beat Sheffield United at King Power stadium to maintain their second spot in the English premier league table.

The game which started in fine serene from a cloudless sky saw both teams enjoying the round shape object till the end of the first 45 minutes.

Sheffield and Leicester but have a fair share of good play during the first, although the first half ended in one goal to nil in favor of the “fox”.

A timely pass from Jamie Vardy saw Iheanacho scoring the opener, the Nigerian-born footballer has seemed to have his best day at Leicester city so far as he helps his team claim another important win.

Vardy’s striker is turned into the net by Ampadu. Photograph: Alex Pantling/EPA

The game returns to play after halftime with ‘Ayoze Perez’ who comes straight back into the Leicester City starting line-up after recovering from injury putting a goal (63) to double the lead for Leicester.

The Spanish forward appears so happy in the number 10 role behind Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho against Sheffield United, having powered in an unimaginable shot against Sheffield United.

Leicester defeated the crawling Sheffield United in 5 goals to nil with goals coming from Jamie Vardy, Ayoze Perez, and Kelechi Iheanacho.

The 24year old Iheanacho broke down in tears after scoring his first hat trick for the “Fox”

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Abdulmajeed Muhammed Is a breaking news reporter at Forsige, covering Sport, Politics, and Public policy articles focused on Africa, Europe and Asia from Abuja.

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