Super Eagles of Nigeria striker Kelechi Iheanacho was on target for English Premier League giants Leicester City football club on Wednesday night, as they defeated Millwall FC 2-0 in the English League Cup.
The former Manchester City football club star was given a starting role by coach Brendan Rodgers, and he was able to play a vital role in his team's deserved victory.
Kelechi Iheanacho started in the away team's attack alongside Marc Albrighton and Ademola Lookman and the trio were superb in the game.
Both teams efforts to open scoring in the first half of the game were not successful, as the first half ended goalless.
Ademola Lookman opened scoring for the away team in the 50th minutes, before Kelechi Iheanacho doubled the lead in the 88th minutes to end the match 2-0.
Kelechi Iheanacho was exceptional for the away team throughout the whole duration of the game, and he was able mark his impressive performance with a goal.
The victory over Millwall FC has now taken Leicester City FC to the next round of the English League Cup.
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