Leicester City Reassures England Of Quality Representation In Europe

Leicester City were historical in their first ever champions league campaign, traveling to Belgium to defeat Club Brugge 3-0, winning with a high margin, and also getting their first ever away-win in the champions league.

Albrighton put Ranieri’s men in the lead in the first five minutes of play, before Mahrez scored in 29th minutes to give the visitors a two goal lead before half time.

Mahrez scored a penalty in 67th minutes, after Jamie Vardy was brought down in the 18-yard-box.

Claudio Ranieri’s men made their debut in the champions league, but they exhibited high level of maturity and composure in their style of play, exhibiting character of a team that would make landmark achievement in the European championship.

Though the game might just be one of their easiest game, but they have at least given critics the impression that they are fully ready for the European show, which many thinks they might not be able to cope with.

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