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Check Out The Breakdown Of Jamie Vardy 46 Goals Against The EPL Top 6 Clubs

Leicester City forward, Jamie Vardy an unstoppable player netted the third (3rd) goal for the Foxes on Saturday afternoon against Manchester United. He scored the goal fifteen (15) seconds after Marcus Rashford scored for Manchester United to level the scoreline to 2-2 goals. Unfortunately for the Red Devils, Leicester City won the match by 4-2 goals courtesy of the fourth (4th) goal from Daka Patson.

Jamie Vardy may be playing in one of the clubs outside the top six (6) in the English Premier League, he has displayed a personal and brilliant performance against each of the top six (6) clubs. He has been a threat to each of the clubs like Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea FC, Liverpool FC, Arsenal FC and Tottenham Hotspur. In the ninety-two (92) games he has played against the top six (6) clubs, he scored forty-six (46) goals. What a player!

Jamie Vardy has now scored ninety-one (91) goals in the Premier League despite that he is over thirty (30) years, the second oldest player to achieve such feat. Arsenal FC has been a regular customer for Jamie Vardy. He has scored eleven (11) goals in twelve (12) games against the Gunners, which include three (3) braces.

Pep Guardiola will never forget the humiliation Jamie Vardy has brought upon the club, Manchester City he is managing. The Leicester City attacker is the only striker to have scored a hat trick twice against a side managed by the Spaniard. Jamie Vardy has scored nine (9) goals against Manchester City.

The English player has scored eight (8) goals each against Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool FC, while the 83rd-minute goal scored in Leicester City 4-2 goals victory over the Red Devils on Saturday afternoon made it his 6th against the club. Chelsea FC is the only club he has scored lesser goals against, six (6).

Though underrated, yet he remains one of the best strikers in the soccer world in the 21st Century.

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