Missing from the Leicester City vs. Sunderland match update………….

In order to secure their seventh straight victory and tighten their hold on first place in the Championship, Leicester City rallied from a deficit against Swansea.

Jannik Vestergaard and Abdul Fatawu scored their first goals for the club, and Kelechi Iheanacho completed the victory in yet another commanding effort. It indicates that Enzo Maresca’s team now leads Ipswich by five points and has an 11-point cushion inside the spots that guarantee promotion.

Even though City fell down in the game and the hosts scored on a goal from Matt Grimes, the outcome was totally deserving given the effort and caliber of their play. Six consecutive away league victories are now a club record thanks to the triumph.

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City trailed in a game for the first time since the defeat to Hull. The first 20 minutes were evenly matched, but the hosts eventually scored when Grimes skillfully volleyed in following a corner that was obviously taken at the edge of the area. Although the Swans captain had outstanding technique, Mads Hermansen had to be fooled in order for it to succeed.

From that point on, City upped the ante and the opportunities came thick and fast. after Wilfred Ndidi was in the middle of the box and had space to pass, he was forced to pass wide of the far post. Later, after Stephy Mavididi had rounded his full-back, Jamie Vardy was inches away from a tap-in.

John DewsburyHall then had two chances, the first of which he missed by dragging an effort wide of the far post after headed an Abdul Fatawu cross straight at Carl Rushworth. The goal eventually materialized with one minute left in the opening frame.

Ndidi’s head connected with Mavididi’s cross after it was played as a short corner. The Nigerian flicked the ball to the far post, where it struck Vestergaard, who bundled in, after taking a nick off Jamal Lowe’s leg.

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