The second half started off in a feisty manner.
Just 3 minutes into the half Leicester’s record signing Islam Slimani chased down Brugge defender Engels, shoving him when it’s clear he’ll be second best.
Quickly on his feet Engels looked fine however he quickly hit the deck again and by the looks of things, he’s dislocated his shoulder however as of now, it is to be confirmed.
A silly decision from Slimani as he finds himself in the ref’s book.
The next 15 minutes were relatively even with Leicester sitting back allowing Brugge to hold the majority of possession.
In the 59th minute Slimani looked to be in as the ball is played in behind the defence.
It looked to be a 50/50 between the goalkeeper and Slimani with both players backing out at the last second.
The ball was eventually cleared however it’s clear that Slimani has struggled to put his stamp on the game.
Just a minute later Jamie Vardy is through 1 on 1 and knocks the ball past the keeper who fouls him.
Under the old rules it would have been a clear cut red card however as the rules have now been updated, he only receives a yellow after conceding the penalty.
Mahrez steps up as many Leicester fans hope he’s been training his penalties.
He smashed it down the middle and it looks like he’s been putting in the hours on the training ground. 3 – 0 to the away side!
City make their first change before the game is restarted as Ulloa comes on for Slimani.
In the 65th minute Izquiedo does fantastically well to take the ball around Morgan following a brilliant 2 – 1 with his team-mate but fails to score as he strikes the post.
In the 71st minute Jamie Vardy is replaced by Ahmed Musa.
In the 82nd minute Demarai Gray replaced Riyad Mahrez shortly before Albrighton whipped a fantastic corner into the box. Huth was there to meet it but narrowly missed the post.
The game is truly over at this point, the only question is whether Kasper Schmeichel can keep his clean sheet.
Ulloa is booked in the 90th minute for a 50/50 challenge on the keeper.
The replay shows that Ulloa got to the ball first and was well within his right to challenge for the ball. Another questionable decision from the officials.
Dodgy refereeing again! In the 4th minute of stoppage time Vormer goes flying into Hernandez with both feet off of the ground.
On other day with another referee and Vormer would have been sent off with a straight red card.
This was the last action of the game which ended 3 – 0 to Leicester City, what an introduction to the Champions League for the foxes!
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