The sensational goal scored by Jamie Vardy to open up the scoring for Leicester City against Liverpool FC has been the talk of the town, and even the opposition manager has admitted to being on the verge of applauding.
Jamie Vardy scored a brace against Liverpool to help Leicester City to a 2-0 victory. However his belter of a first goal in the 60th minute to put the Foxes ahead was the highlight of the match, with many considering it a goal of the season contender. Even Jurgen Klopp was impressed by the goal and expressed his admiration after the match.
“Things like this happen when you are in such a good moment like Jamie Vardy and Leicester are,” the German manager said, according to Sky Sports. “Obviously you need a little bit of luck but it was really good. First of all you need to be brave enough to do it.”
50 points for the high flying Foxes
Leicester City are on top of the league table after 24 rounds of matches with 50 points, three points clear of their closest rivals Manchester City. With 14 matches left before the end of the season, the Foxes have a realistic chance of pulling off a fairy tale Premier League win this season.
With Jamie Vardy back to scoring ways after the game against the Reds, the onus is on Leicester to finish the season strongly and shock the footballing world, as they win their first ever Premier League title.