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Leicester 2-0 Sevilla (agg 3-2): Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton goals put Foxes in Champions League


Leicester 2-0 win against Sevilla put them through to the Champions League quarter-finals as the revival under Craig Shakespeare saw the them take a place among Europe’s elite.

Leicester City players celebrate their win against Sevilla as the final whistle blows during the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, second leg match between Leicester City and Sevilla FC at The

Captain Wes Morgan fired in at the back post to level the tie on aggregate and Marc Albrighton netted a second to put the hosts ahead 3-2 on aggregate and ensure Sevilla needed two goals.

Captain Wes Morgan put his side on track for the Champions League quarter-finals

Marc Albrighton scored Leicester second goal early in the second half at the King Power

Samir Nasri was shown the red card and sent off for a headbutt on Jamie Vardy before Kasper Schmeichel saved Steven N’Zonzi’s poor penalty and head coach Jorge Sampaoli was banished from the touchline as the English champions advanced.

Christian Fuchs pictured on his sinks knees at the end of Leicester's historic win over Sevilla on Tuesday

Leicester have rediscovered the 'spirit of last season' after looking like a 'lost soul' for much of this campaign, former England captain Rio Ferdinand has said after in Foxes' victory over Sevilla on Tuesday.

His replacement, Craig Shakespeare, has won his first three games in charge and Ferdinand said the commitment they showed in Tuesday's victory over Sevilla marked a turning point in their season.

'Their season is back on track, there were worrying times a couple of weeks ago where you didn't know where they were going, they looked a lost soul at this club,' he said on BT Sport.

Photo credit- Daily Mail UK

My opinion- Jamie Carragher was right, where were these sort of performances under Ranieri? they're the same players, they need to take a long hard look in the mirror.