Leicester City hosted Premier league strugglers, Westbrom Albion on Thursday night at the King Power stadium for the 32nd round of matches to be played this season.
The Foxes cruised to a comfortable victory over the baggies, thanks to goals from Johnny Evans, Jaime Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho. Jaime Vardy opened the scoring at the King Power stadium, before Jonny Evans doubled the host's advantage, Nigerian international Kelechi Iheanacho found the back of the net too. All the goals came in the first half of the game.
The fight for the Premier league top four and the survival from relegation, is starting to get exciting as the season draws nearer to the end. Leicester City victory further solidify their position on the log, going four points above Chelsea in fourth.
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