- Kelechi Iheanacho continues his impressive form for Leicester City after grabbing two assists in Leicester City's Europa League win over Spartak Moscow
- Brendan Rodgers' men came from two goals down to grab their first win in the competition this campaign
- Meanwhile, Patson Daka took the match ball home after scoring all four goals for the English topflight side
Nigerian star Kelechi Iheanacho contributed two goals as Leicester City came from two goals down to beat Spartak Moscow 4-3 in their Europa League matchday three encounter in Russia.
The Super Eagles forward grabbed his first assist in the 45th minute while his second came just three minutes into the second half.
He has now recorded three assists in three continental games so far this campaign, while his total so far stands at five in 12 games.
The former Man City attacker also has three goals after the same number of games across competitions this term.
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Recall that Iheanacho was also on the assist sheet when Leicester thrash Manchester United 4-2 in last weekend's Premier League encounter at the Kind Power Stadium.
Patson Daka scores four in Leicester win
The Foxes are now second on Group C table with four points after three games - two points shy of Legia Warsaw who have six points from two games and will battle Napoli in their next outing.
Brendan Rodgers men are however not doing so well in the EPL as they currently occupy the 11th position on the table with the season already winding down gradually.
Fans call for Solakjaer sack after Leicester defeat
Legit.ng earlier reported that moment after the final whistle in Leicester City’s game against Manchester United at the King Power, Red Devils fans have renewed calls to have Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sacked, Daily Star and top Kenya website Tuko.co.ke report.
Manchester United were made to pay for several incidents of defensive lapses during the game on Saturday, October 16 as Leicester claimed a famous 4-2 victory.
In a crazy final 10 minutes of football, United seemed to have snatched an equalizer after Marcus Rashford latched onto a Victor Lindelof long ball to smash home to make it 2-2.