SEVILLA 2-1 LEICESTER: JAMIE VARDY SCORES VITAL AWAY GOAL FOR CLAUDIO RAINIERI'S SIDE
Leicester had done nothing to worry Sevilla as the host appeared to be confident with 2-0 lead, and then the most unusual thing happened. Jamie Vardy scored.
Demarai Gray, who made a huge impact as a second-half substitute, worked the ball through to Danny Drinkwater on the left, he whipped it in, and there was Vardy – who put it beyond goalkeeper Sergio Rico.
Leicester were alive again, back in the game, back in the tie. Back from the dead. Until that moment, only Kasper Schmeichel was keeping them in it. He made a series of stunning saves, including one from the penalty spot, and Sevilla’s loose finishing did the rest.
Vitolo crosses the ball beyond Schmeichel but there is no Sevilla player on hand to net it home
Leicester's players celebrate after Vardy's vital goal had brought them back into the knockout tie
JAMIE VARDY kept Leicester City’s Champions League hopes alive as he scores a vital away goal in their 2-1 defeat in Sevilla.
The England striker sucks his thumb as he celebrates his vital goal
Wes Morgan takes out Sevilla striker Joaquin Correa and give away an early penalty at the Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium
Goalkeeper Schmeichel yell at his Leicester team-mates after they conceded the opening goal
Pablo Sarabia put his side ahead with a well-timed header at the back post after 25 minutes on Wednesday night
Pablo's stepped up to take the spot-kick but saw his weak effort easily saved by Kasper Schmeichel
Pablo Sarabia is joined by team-mates including Samir Nasri and Stevan Jovetic after opening the scoring
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