In desperate need of a win during Thursday night’s Europa League tie against Legia Warsaw, Brendan Rodgers’ Leicester City side has so far not disappointed.
Getting off to a flying start, the Foxes, with thanks to new striker and former RB Salzburg star Patson Daka, took the lead after just 11-minutes.
Now, just 10-minutes later, attacking midfielder James Maddison doubled his side lead after working his way into his opponent’s box and curling a close-range effort past goalkeeper Cezary Miszta.
Legia Warsaw has since pulled one back following a re-bounded spot kick.
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