Sports news - Get €5 FreeBet - Leicester has been a significant player in the race is ending up in a Premier League's top four by defeating Arsenal 2-0 to be nine points ahead of the Gunners, standing at 6th position. Jamie Vardy put the deadlock to an end in the 68th minute when he made his ninth goal in as many matches against the Gunners, making a slick Leicester move involving Harvey Barnes and Youri Tielemans.
Then, James Maddison ensured Leicester to win seven minutes after through a fine strike into the lowest corner to send the Foxes second in the table, and five points behind league leaders Liverpool, playing the Manchester City, on Sunday, live on Sky Sports.
The defeat fuels the under-fire Unai Emery, Arsenal’s head coach, whose situation at the Emirates Stadium has been seen under extreme pressure in weeks. The Gunners, who are standing on the sixth potion on the table - eight points behind fourth-place - are not having a win in their last four Premier League matches and the assumption surrounding Emery's place is sure to endure heading towards the international break. Jamie Vardy had proved the menace of Arsenal once again as he and James Maddison played well to give Leicester City a 2-0 home win over the Gunners to be second in this Premier League.
Although visiting the Alexandre Lacazette now, they have curled a great chance wide from six yards in the first half, Leicester conquered the match. Wilfred Ndidi hit a crossbar before Vardy cleaned home Youri Tielemans' pass on 68 minutes for his ninth goal in as many matches against the north Londoners. Vardy then turned breadwinner for Maddison to double the Foxes' lead with a low finish from the edge of the penalty area. Leicester now acquired 26 points, one more than Manchester City, going to play in Liverpool tomorrow. Arsenal is on sixth with 17 points total, gained from 12 matches.