Leicester City get the second half underway.
Just a minute later a looping cross tested Casillas in the Porto goal, with Vardy’s presence being felt he rose well to the ball, denying the foxes a second goal.
Another booking in the 49th minute saw Porto’s Pereira enter the book.
There had been so many bookings at this point that I couldn’t keep up.
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A fast counter attack in the 54th minute saw Huth foul Silva off the ball, conceding a freekick just outside the Leicester City box.
Huth was the 6th man to enter the book.
Luckily for foxes fans, the freekick sails over the bar.
In the 59th minute, Porto failed to clear the ball multiple times and as the ball fell to Mahrez, he blasted it towards the bottom right corner.
Casillas did well to push it out for a corner kick.
In the 63rd minute Porto decided a change had to be made, with a double change seeing Herrera and Jota replace Andre and Lopez respectively.
In the 72nd minute, new man to the game Jota tested Schmeichel at his near post however Kasper was equal to it.
Schmeichel was called into action again just 3 minutes later as Herrera struck from distance.
Makeshift right-back Luis Hernandez made a fantastic last ditch tackle in the box in the 77nd minute to deny Porto.
As the ball rebounded off the Porto man, the ball went out for a freekick.
Porto used this opportunity to make their last change as Torres was replaced by Corona.
Leicester City made their first change in the 82nd minute as the goalscorer Islam Slimani was replaced by club legend Andy King.
New man Corona came closest for Porto as he struck the woodwork with a fantastic effort, narrowly deflected by Marc Albrighton.
Had Leicester City’s left midfielder not made contact with the ball it would have flew into the top corner.
Claudio Ranieri made his second change in the 88th minute as PFA ‘Player of The Year’ Riyad Mahrez was replaced by last weekend’s goalscorer Demarai Gray.
Things were getting tense as in the 93rd minute, the ball bounced around the Leicester City box.
Marc Albrighton finally managed to get the ball away, much to Leicester fans’ relief.
Leicester’s final change came in the 93rd minute as Musa replaced Jamie Vardy.
With the referee’s whistle difficult to hear over the Leicester crowd’s whistling he finally blows.
The nervy end to the game see’s Leicester City see out their first ever home win in the Champions League! What a time to be alive!
Full Time: Leicester City 1 – 0 FC Porto