Leicester City Trying to Get Traction

Published on 27-Oct-2016 by srijan213
Soccer / Soccer Daily Review

on the rise

It's been a challenging start to the Premiership season for its defending champions.

Leicester City's never been in this positon before, and it shows.

Points are tough to come by when everyone's circled the Foxes' fixture on their schedule.

However, when they're in King Power Stadium, City itself is tough. Crystal Palace found that out, to the tune of a 3-1 thumping.

Leicester's fans finally got to see the side that dazzled everyone last season.

Ahmed Musa, their new addition, got the show on the road three minutes before the interval:

Quite a way to score his first goal.

Shinji Okazaki, City's trump card, made life slightly more comfortable just past the hour:.

That's as clean a contact as it could've been.

Christian Fuchs doesn't always get the goals, as he's paid to block them. So this was a bonus:

Not a bad debut goal for his club. An absolute stunner.

Yohan Cabaye, the Palace maestro, gladly accepted this lovely parting gift:

The Eagles came, they saw, they didn't have to pay to get in. And Leicester needed a game like this.

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