Three things we learnt following Leicester's 1-0 victory over FC Copenhagen
Leicester City made it three wins from three in the Champions League, with a 1-0 win at the King Power stadium against group stage rivals, Copenhagen.
A flicked finish from Riyad Mahrez, after a Jamie Vardy cross was knocked into his path by Islam Slimani was all the Foxes needed for the three points.
Bar a couple of scares from set-pieces and a last minute effort which needed a wonder save from Kasper Schmeichel , Claudio Ranieri’s side were comfortable, and it should have been two, when Slimani was wrongly ruled to be off-side after heading the ball into the net, following a first effort which hit the bar.
Here’s three things we learnt from the 1-0 win…
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