Leicester Out-Foxes Brugge in Their Champions League Debut
After surprising the Premiership last season, could this crew do enough to repeat their performance at the next level?
Small sample size, but Leicester City got the effort underway in Belgium by posting a 0-3 shutout of Club Brugge.
The Foxes aren't sneaking up on anyone domestically this time around, but the Champions League seems like a completely new story for them.
Marc Albrighton scored City's first ever Champions League goal with a simple tap in:
Then came the sensation from last season, Riyad Mahrez, with his signature free kick to register a telling buffer goal:
Dude's left foot is what every big club will be after soon enough.
Mahrez wasn't done for the day, either. There was a penalty to convert:
Set pieces or penalties, this Algerian international is good at everything.