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The Efforts of These Three Players Contributed To Leicester City's Victory Today.

Leicester City returned to winning ways in the UEFA Europa League today when they travelled to face Spartak Moscow at the Otkrytiye Arena on Wednesday afternoon. The Foxes initiated a marvelous comeback in the match as they narrowly defeated Spartak Moscow 4-3 at full-time. The English team turned things around from losing 2-0 in the match to winning convincingly at the final whistle.

Well, In today's article we will be looking at the three players responsible for Leicester City's narrow victory over Spartak Moscow.

1, Patson Daka

After having a brilliant performance for Leicester City against Man United some days ago, The Zambian International continued with his amazing form for the Foxes as he put up an incredible display against Spartak Moscow. The 23-year-old scored all four goals for Leicester City in the match as he singlehandedly gave his team their first victory in the Europa League this season.

2, Kelechi Iheanacho.

The Super Eagles striker has been brilliant in his outings for Leicester City this season as he performed brilliantly in today's match against Spartak Moscow. The 25-year-old provided two assists to Patson Daka's goals in the match as he had an overall outstanding performance. Kelechi Iheanacho were fully involved in Leicester City's comeback victory against Spartak Moscow.

3, James Maddison.

James Maddison looked to have regained his form for Leicester City this season as he put up a fine performance against Spartak Moscow. The English International ran things in the midfield as he also provided an assist to Patson Daka's last goal of the match. The 24-year-old also contributed effectively to Leicester City's narrow victory today

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