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Super Eagles star to miss Leicester City's UEFA Europa League match next week

Super Eagles of Nigeria star Kelechi Iheanacho who starred for Brendan Rodgers led Leicester City football club of England on Thursday, in their goalless draw against Jindrich Trpisovsky led Slavia Prague FC of Czech Republic in the round of 32 of the UEFA Europa League, will definitely miss the return leg of his club's game next week after he was given a yellow card during the game.

The former Manchester City football club of England striker who has been issued a yellow card in the UEFA Europa League group stage, was issued another one on Thursday in the 65th minutes after the referee claimed he elbowed opponent's player.

Although Leicester City head coach Brendan Rodgers was not impressed with the yellow card that was issued to Kelechi Iheanacho by the referee, because the former Liverpool and Celtic coach believed the Nigerian international and his opponent only tried to contest for the ball.

Kelechi Iheanacho has been one of the best Leicester City's football Club's best players in the UEFA Europa League this season, and he has scored three goals plus two assists in the competition this season, but he won't be able to add to his goal in their reversed fixture when they play at the King Power stadium next week Thursday.

Leicester City claimed a vital away point in their clash against Czech Republic League Champions Slavia Prague at Sinobo Stadium, and the English Premier League Champions will be looking forward to defeat their opponent when they play host to Jindrich Trpisovsky's men at King Power stadium in the return leg next week in England.

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