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LEICESTER 4 -2 MANCHESTER CITY: JAMIE VARDY'S FIRST HAT-TRICK FOR HIS SIDE AS PREMIER LEAGUE CHA


Jamie Vardy scored after three minutes to give Leicester a shock lead at the King Power Stadium

Andy King doubled the margin two minutes later.

Vardy got Leicester's third goal of the game after only 20 minutes in the firs half as the fans rejoiced

Jamie Vardy's hat-trick fired Leicester City back into life as they embarrassed Manchester City on Saturday night.

Vardy got his second goal of the game shortly afterwards when he finished off a stunning move started by Riyad Mahrez.

He nailed his hat-trick when he took the ball round goalkeeper Claudio Bravo and squeezed home from a tight angle.

Aleksandar Kolarov and Nolito scored consolation goals late on as City pushed for a way back into the game.

Aleksandar Kolarov and Nolito scored consolation goals late on as City pushed for a way back

Manchester City players looked dejected and deflated as they couldn't believe what was happening to their side

Bravo also let out his frustration following Leicester's third goal as the rain continued to fall in Leicester

It was a goal memories of last season when Mahrez and Vardy linked up several times on the way to winning the league

Daniel Amartey also caught up with the midfielder to celebrate the goal that gave Leicester a 2-0 lead over Guardiola's side

Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne shoots from inside the Leicester area as he tries to get a goal back for City

Daniel Amartey also caught up with the midfielder to celebrate the goal that gave Leicester a 2-0 lead over Guardiola's side

Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne shoots from inside the Leicester area as he tries to get a goal back for City

David Silva tries his best to get past defender Robert Huth as City attempted to find a way back into the game

Leicester's players celebrate just two minutes after Vardy put them ahead as Andy King gets his first of the season

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola cut a frustrated figure on the touchline as he watched his side fall apart

Pep Guardiola has defended his formation and leaky defence despite going down 4-2 to struggling champions Leicester.