Kelechi Iheanacho scored from the penalty spot as Leicester City beat Man City 1-0 in the Community Shield, MySportDab reports.
First Half Report
An amazing first half between the two sides who had a good 45 minutes despite no goals scored amongst themselves.
Leicester City were good enough in the early stages as they held their opponent and made sure nothing went past them as the game progressed.
Man City had some new faces in their squad as Nigerian Samuel Edozie gave a good account of himself as he caused some troubles for the defender of the Foxes.
More coming from both sides but still no goal to record as more opportunities continued to be wasted by the two teams who couldn’t hit the target.
The first half carried on and ended with Leicester City 0-0 Man City as they both headed for the break with both sides settling for a goalless scoreline.
Second Half Report
More from both teams as the second half lightened up with some changes coming from both sides which saw the game taking a new turn with more action coming.
Man City continued to dominated in terms of ball possession which saw them controlling the game until new signing Jack Grealish alongside others came in the 65th minute.
The game continued with Leicester City holding on as the pressure was more on them than their opponent who had so much quality to offer in the game as they did brought in some players too.
Kelechi Iheanacho finally broke the deadlock in the 89th minute as he converted from the penalty spot to give the Foxes a 1-0 lead after a foul was committed inside the box of the Citizens.
The game finally ended with Leicester City 1-0 Man City as the Foxes claimed the Community Shield trophy to add after winning the FA Cup last season against Chelsea.
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