Leicester City 5 – 3 Manchester United

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Calm before the storm…

What a performance and what a result! There is no way I’ll be able to do this game the justice it deserves but here’s my effort.

In a weekend full of football shocks and surprises, Leicester were keen to join in the fun and certainly didn’t disappoint. Following a priceless away win at Stoke, there was plenty of optimism in the air that we could possibly gain a point out of this tough fixture. This Manchester United side who had a net spend of £113.2m compared with Leicester’s £11m this summer, were however the heavy favourites this early afternoon having dominated QPR 4-0 last Sunday and were seemingly determined to build on their “new start”. It was also a significant day for Ritchie De Laet, Danny Drinkwater and Matty James who were all recruited from United’s youth team by Leicester, and will be eager to impress their former club.

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Leicester City 1 – 1 Arsenal

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Arriving before kickoff has its benefits!

Two points from three games against the top clubs in the league is really quite astonishing, and I’m delighted with the start that the Foxes have made. While we’re still looking for a first win, I don’t think many would have expected a single point to be next to our name at this stage.

It was another highly open end-to-end game which left me and everyone watching breathless as we had little chance to pause. Pearson selected the same eleven that lost 2-0 away at Stamford Bridge last Saturday, meaning new signing Cambiasso would have to wait for his debut. On the journey to the ground I did feel really optimistic about our chances against the Gunners, but wished that Jamie Vardy would have been chosen to start as I felt his speed would do wonders against this slow Arsenal back line.

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