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  1. It's unbelievable how good he is really. seems he is worth 10 league points to whoever he plays for
  2. Really Michael?
  3. It's a butchered quote from William Shakespeare http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/105600.html
  4. Stat time West Ham have lost as many games against Leicester in their last five (4), as they did in the previous 25 combined (all comps). Leicester are unbeaten in five matches in all competitions against West Ham, winning four and drawing one. The Foxes have kept just one clean sheet in their last 21 away matches against West Ham (1-0 in August 2000), with Tim Flowers in goal for Leicester City that day. Leicester City midfielder Andy King has scored in two of his last three matches against West Ham in all competitions. Leicester City are two goals away from netting their 500th Premier League goal (498 currently). Andy Carroll (49 goals) is one goal away from 50 Premier League goals, with 29 of his goals so far coming in a West Ham United shirt. Since his debut in September 2012, Andy Carroll has appeared in just 94 of West Ham’s 178 Premier League matches (53%) and played just 40% of possible minutes (6472). Leicester City have won all seven Premier League matches that they have been leading this season and are the only side yet to drop a point from a winning position. However, Leicester haven’t scored the first goal in any of their 13 Premier League away games this season – the only side not to do this. Craig Shakespeare has won both of his Premier League games in charge of Leicester City so far – no previous Leicester boss has won their opening three Premier League games in charge of the club.
  5. Glad I'm not the only one on here to think that, nobody around me in the ground last night got the concept either
  6. Stat time Sevilla claimed a 2-1 victory in the reverse fixture; the first time they had ever faced Leicester City in European competition. Leicester have never beaten Spanish opposition in European competition (D1 L4; also Atlético Madrid in 1961/62 Cup Winners Cup and 1997/98 UEFA Cup). Seven of the last nine times a side has lost 1-2 away from home in a Champions League 1st leg knockout tie, have failed to go on and progress to the next round. Leicester City are the first team since Malaga in 2012/13 to finish top of their group on their Champions League debut. Sevilla have reached the Champions League knockout stages in three of their four appearances. However, they’ve never gone past the round of 16. No team has kept more clean sheets this season in the Champions League than Sevilla (5, same as Juventus). The Foxes were one of only four teams to win all three of their 2016/17 Champions League home group games (Atlético Madrid, Bayern Munich & Barcelona). However, Sevilla are yet to lose on the road in the Champions League this term (W1 D2); keeping clean sheets all three of those games. Of the sides still in the competition, Leicester City have the lowest average share of possession this season in the Champions League (39.6%). Sevilla’s Steven N'Zonzi has attempted more passes than any other player this campaign in the Champions League (610). Samir Nasri has only recorded one goal and one assist in 17 Champions League knockout games. Riyad Mahrez have been directly involved in three of the four goals Leicester City have scored at home this season in the Champions League.
  7. When we got promoted I use to pay premier league pass in New Zealand so I could watch all our away games even tho I could probably have got it elsewhere for free i paid so I could have a high quality stream with no fears of it "going down" and having to scramble to find something else quickly
  8. So 5 games for something that appears to be accidental but 3 games for a deliberate action by Zlatan
  9. Wow somebody's a bit touchy ain't they doubt it is but really it doesn't matter if its only in England they are the commonly used names for the clubs Fc Koln when translated into English is Cologne Anyway really looking forward to watching the lads in our next league game against London
  10. No because Barcelona and Bayern Munich are their common names Seville is not the common name for Sevilla
  11. Am I missing something? why do people keep calling the team we are playing by the city they are based in?
  12. Wow what a shock reading this was, I used to pal around with Jay and Donna in our teenage years up monsell R.I.P Jason
  13. Why? It's the shortest route to Skegness
  14. I thought Mings' was accidental too but like others said it's the lack of reaction afterwards which is hiss downfall Zlatans is completely intentional, he clenches his fist and swings his arm back whether he's meant to hit him in the head could be up for discussion but he definitely tried to take revenge