As demonstrations of intent go, this was encouraging for Leicester. Brendan Rodgers’s first home match in charge was not perfect – his team were flummoxed for a while in the second half after Floyd Ayité cancelled out Youri Tielemans’s goal – but the hosts deserved their win, confirmed by two goals by Jamie Vardy, who already seems more happy under the new manager than he was under Claude Puel.
Vardy often seemed marooned up front under the Frenchman but here he was at the point of a very proactive unit. The first discernible difference between this Leicester and the one most commonly seen under Puel boiled down to personality. Here they played with aggression and flair. They pressed high and hard to win the ball and showed speed and wit once they got it. They were helped at times by Fulham’s staggering inadequacy.
Source: Football News
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