Eighth victory in a row - Leicester holds the leash in Liverpool

Leicester seems unstoppable for the time being. Sunday took the team to the eighth ligasejr on the strip. Leicester City striker Jamie Vardys destination acco

Eighth victory in a row - Leicester holds the leash in Liverpool

Leicester seems unstoppable for the time being. Sunday took the team to the eighth ligasejr on the strip.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardys destination account grows with highs in the Premier League. The same makes his team's pointkonto.

Sunday beat Kasper Schmeichel and co. away Aston Villa 4-1. With the two goals came Vardy on the board for the eighth league matches in a row. And Leicester won for the eighth match in a row.

This is sensationsmestrene from the 2015/2016 season, the nearest persecutor to the sovereign top team from Liverpool.

Leicester has in second place 38 points, while Liverpool have 46 points. Manchester City in third place has 32 points.

Jamie Vardy leads the Premier League's high score table clear after 16 goals in 16 games now.

Ligatopscoreren has terrorized many a modstanderforsvar in this season, and after 20 minutes of play, it was also the fast attack, which brought the guests in front. With a bit of luck.

Vardy was great the game only through, and in spite of the hard pressure rounded he Tom Heaton in the Aston Villa goal.

Leicester-scorer hit the dog not the ball properly afterwards, but he could still reach forward to the subsequent, where he coolly rounded a defender on the line and rolled the ball into.

Five minutes before the break did angrebsmakker Kelechi Iheanacho it to 2-0, but a little lucky reduction from the Villa-captain Jack Grealish in injury time sent the home team to the break with a bit of hope left in the luggage.

But hopes of a victory did not last long.

Shortly after the break pandede Jonny Evans a beautiful corner kick right up in the målhjørnet from a long distance, and so had Leicester again a more comfortable lead.

Aston Villa never came close to a comeback, and instead it was all settled a quarter of an hour before time. Of course, by Jamie Vardy.

The fast attack was sent in the depth, and only through the rolled he's probably the ball into the final result.

Pierre-Emile Højbjerg was for Southampton, as in the first lost 1-2 to Newcastle. The same digits, it was, as Sheffield United took a win away against Norwich.

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Updated Date: 08 December 2019, 20:00

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