Nigerian and Leicester City striker Kelechi Iheanacho dubbed "Senior Man" is enjoying the best form of his life as he helped Leicester City defeated struggling West Brom 3-0 at the King Power Stadium.
Iheanacho scored the third goal to take his tally to 13th in all competition for the foxes. He has now scored eleven goals in his last eight games for Leicester City.
Striker Jamie Vardy opened the scoring for the home side before defender Johny Evans added the second. Kelechi Iheanacho added the third to put the host 3-0 up in the first half.
Leicester City held on to record a comprehensive victory over the struggling side.
Another Nigerian International, Wildfred Ndidi made more tackles (5) and more ball recoveries (10) than any other player.
Another stats by Opta Joe shows that
"Leicester have 59 points from their 32 Premier League games this season; in their top-flight history, only in 1962-63 (63, adjusting to three points/win) and in 2015-16 (69) have they had a better tally from their opening 32 matches to a campaign".
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