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Leicester Europa League continue with loss

Leicester Europa League continue with loss

Leicester Europa League continue with loss

Leicester Europa League continue with loss

Leicester’s winless start to their Europa League campaign continued with a limp defeat at Legia Warsaw,

who collected a famous victory in Poland.

Brendan Rodgers’ side have started the season inconsistently and now have work to do in Group C

following a defeat to go with their 2-2 draw at Napoli in the opening game.

Azerbaijan national Mahir Emreli scored the only goal in the 31st minute, outmuscling Daniel Amartey
on the edge of the box  before firing in a low finish via the foot of the post.

Leicester lacked rhythm but did have chances with Ayoze Perez screwing wide in the first half after being

put through by Patson Daka.

Centre-half Jannik Vestergaard had a golden opportunity to equalise in the second half,

but his header from four yards out was somehow kept out by Legia goalkeeper

Cezary Miszta’s stunning reflex save.

The group’s other game was a crazy affair, with Spartak Moscow edging Napoli 3-2 in a feisty match featuring

12 yellow cards and two reds.

Quincy Promes made it 3-1 in the 90th minute and although Victor Osimhen pulled one back for Napoli four minutes later,

the Serie A side could not find a leveller with 11 minutes added on.