Leicester City have gone second in the Premier League table in record-breaking style, wrecking 10-man Southampton 9-0 on Friday Night Football.
Yan Bednarek brought Jamie Vardy down in the territory to help Leicester City make History. Vardy at that point changed over from the spot for his cap stunt as the Foxes broke the record for the most elevated ever away win in the Premier League and coordinated the general record.
Prior, Ben Chilwell (10) opened the conduits at an opportune time with Southampton seeing Ryan Bertrand expelled for a studs-up challenge on Ayoze Perez. Youri Tielemans (17) scored the second, Perez (19, 39) scored twice to expand Leicester’s as of now great lead before Vardy (45) included a late first-half fifth.
The assaulting pair grabbed where they left off in the subsequent half, with Perez finishing his cap stunt for Leicester City. Vardy scoring his second objective a moment later, before a James Maddison (84) free kick made it an eye-watering eight.
The outcome sends Leicester City above Manchester City into second in the table. While Southampton drop into the last three on objective distinction and are presently level on – 16 with base side Watford.
“It’s another completely pulverizing outcome for the two groups,” reflected Sky Sports’ Jamie Carragher.
“There’s no uncertainty Leicester City are the genuine article. For the supposed huge six, Leicester will be a huge stress.”
Leicester’s next two objectives came extremely close to each other. Barnes escaped down the left-hand side – skirting difficulties from Yan Valery. Also, Oriel Romeu – before his cross was diverted into Tielemans’ way by Valery inside the zone. The Belgian at that point moved through the container into the base corner.
Leicester City were 3-0 ahead as Southampton crumbled. Perez played a flawless give-and-go with Tielemans, who slipped him in at the highest point of the territory. In addition, with the forward lashing an exertion past Gunn for his first Premier League objective for Leicester.
Southampton had a couple of shots of their own as the half went on, yet their safeguards were broken by and by in the 39th moment. It was a brilliant, twisting cross from Chilwell as he recognized the keep running of Perez towards the back post. Valery lost him totally and the Leicester forward crushed home from a tight plot for his second of the night.
Southampton hoped to have stemmed the tide, however there was more to come. Leicester had a free-kick around 20 yards out. Just one man was going to step up as Maddison whipped the ball over the divider and into the top corner.
Leicester could detect the record in their span. Also, broke it when they were granted a punishment in the last moment of two included. On the smooth surface, Bednarek slid in to stop the on-running Vardy with official Andre Marriner indicating the spot. In addition, with the cap stunt in his grip, Vardy himself ventured up and dispatched coolly to give the Foxes a record-breaking win.
Actually, there were a few Leicester players who could have brought home the man of the match grant. Yet Ayoze Perez’s cap stunt simply concealed it. They were three objectives of genuine quality and he piled on some noteworthy numbers.
After nine Premier League games without an objective for Leicester, he sprung up with three of every one uncommon night. He had seven shots, five of which were on target and three – as we probably am aware – were objectives.