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Vardy and Barnes put Villa to sword as Leicester end winless run in style - MW

If Leicester ends the Champions League playoffs next season, Brendan Rodgers may be tempted to send greetings to Pepe Reina. The Aston Villa goalkeeper fell spectacularly against Rodgers when he took over Liverpool before being brought to the door, but on Monday evening it was the blood of the veteran that ran through his head at the end of the premiere. half that was given to the manager. His former agent is a priceless gift to win the tournament since the end of January.

The second half of Jamie Vardy's second half - his first goal since December - after he got off the bench and the second for Harvey Barnes superbly wrapped up the points for leaving Dean's Villa Villa Smith cut all the time. Disappointment is a way of underestimating, he said. We made a big mistake on their first goal and we are currently being massively punished for it. It was a difficulty in the last 15 minutes.

The defeat left Villa stuck in third place and faced a terrifying prospect of future matches against Chelsea, the Wolves, Liverpool and Manchester United. Smith will know they have to copy the start form for a promotion that is unlikely to happen last season if they have a chance to avoid an immediate return.

These concerns were once a major problem among Leicester supporters, but the yo-yo years have long passed in the East Midlands. There was a sense of urgency among them before they started to see their team take the lead in the pursuit plan for losing five points after Manchester United West's victory on Sunday.

You want to listen to special music next season, support yourself, you asked the stadium host what competition he had competed in 2016-17, reaching the quarterfinals. However, they may have been forgiven for fear of the worst facing their rivals who denied them a place in the Carabao Cup final.

Villa's last home victory in the semifinals back in late January was four straight losses which culminated in their courageous loss to Manchester City at Wembley, in which their relegation opponent stole a step. The Smiths restored Reina to the goal despite Ørjan Nyland's performance against City and it was a decision he would regret.

The visitors did take the lead in the first 10 minutes, but neither Conor Hourihane nor Mbwana Samatta could stand a chance thanks to Jack Grealish's shiny feet. James Maddison - a potential candidate for a place on the Euro Euro team in England - responded to calls from visiting fans as he prepared to take Leicester to the first corner with a sacred stick Perfect prices are met by chef Jonny Evans.

This time, Reina came to save Villa with an instinctive backup. Caglar Soyuncu then lost another Maddison corner before the referee signaled a penalty for Frédéric Guilbert to challenge Ricardo Pereira. But half the pass was spent on Kelechi Iheanacho, head of the magnificent deep center of Pereira, after a short turn where it seemed easier to score.

At the end of the road to touch, Rodgers was not interested. But soon Smith Smith turned his head to the ground in frustration as Reina rushed out of his goal to try to prevent Marc Albrighton from a long ball past Barnes, only to see the Leicester winger win easily. Win the race before you have a chance. After reaching the first goal, we have regained our intensity, he said a delighted Rodgers, who also underlined the influence of Wilfred Ndidi on his return in his performance. him.

The heart of the former Spaniard had to go back two minutes after a restart when his release entered the impressive path of Iheanacho by the impressive James Justin, although this time the bridge The 37-year-old is always on his line and is comfortable saving money.

Villa made no effort on goal in the first half and seemed unable to threaten Kasper Schmeichelel's goal after that time, when Grealish's influence had waned. The introduction of Vardy, to replace Iheanacho, was greeted with a great roar almost for the purpose of opening and did not take long to feel his presence.


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