Kelechi Iheanacho replaced banned Sergio Aguero in the Manchester City attack but the Nigeria youngster was overwhelmed in Saturday’s Premier League clash.
It was Leicester City that finally showed champion stuff as they thrashed Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City 4-2 in the Premier League at the King Power Stadium on Saturday.
Jamie Vardy scored a hat-trick, and Andy King scored the other goal as Claudio Ranieri’s men bounced back with an emphatic victory.
Iheanacho, who was leading the City attack fired blanks, but Aleksander Kolarov and Nolito scored late goals, but they only proved a consolation for the Citizens.
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