There is life in Leicester yet. Claudio Ranieri described this as the biggest night in their history, yet there will be another and there may even be more beyond that after Kasper Schmeichel saved a penalty and Jamie Vardy scored his first Champions League goal to allow them to leave Spain with vital signs intact. “We had a very big heart,” the manager said. Down but not out. Well-placed, in fact. Defeated but with a vital away goal.
Vardy scored it with 17 minutes to go. On the touchline Ranieri leapt, his glasses almost falling off. For much of the night he had peered through them, bewildered and powerless, watching his team being taken apart. But they resisted, or were allowed to, and then they rebelled. One moment changed everything. For so long it did not seem remotely likely, but then unlikely is what Leicester do.
Source: Football News
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