Watch Jamie Vardy goal vs Liverpool

The Foxes don't need to prove themselves anymore, that much should be clear. 

Jurgen Klopp: I nearly applauded Jamie Vardy goal
February 2, 2016 • 19:45 • King Power Stadium, Leicester, Leicestershire
Referee: A. Marriner • Attendance: 32121
This Jamie Vardy goal vs Liverpool (GIF VIDEO BELOW) was the first of two goals scored by the Leicester striker in the Foxes’ fixture against the Reds on 2 February, 2016. Absolute stunning volley from Vardy, currently topping the league goal charts, and well worth a watch. Great work from Mahrez in the buildup and Leicester manager Ranieri described as “Amazing. fantastic, fantastic”.Claudio Ranieri's men maintained their three-point lead at the top of the Premier League table.Leicester made no alterations to their team, while there were eight Liverpool changes from the side that played West Ham in the FA Cup, with captain Jordan Henderson fit to start.
Video- Vardy’s first goal v Liverpool- Vardy volley goal (LCFC 1-0 LFC 61′)
Vardy volley v Liverpool (Vidme/FB)

Slow mo- incredible angles of Vardy goal
This glorious one touch passing move from Leicester vs Liverpool was a beautiful piece of football from the league leaders. Didn’t result in a goal, but awesome one touch passing. Several Leicester players involved in the move, with the commentators likening it to a “training ground move”
Video GIF- Leicester one touch passing against Liverpool
Jurgen Klopp & Ranieri post match interview, Youtube
Leicester vs Liverpool 1-0 (Vardy goal vs Liverpool 60′)
Leicester v Liverpool 2-0 (Vardy goal vs Liverpool 71′)
Leicester v Liverpool 2016 attendance:- 32,121 (Referee- Marriner)
LCFC starting lineup vs LFC 2016:- Schmeichel; Simpson, Huth, Morgan, Fuchs; Albrighton, Drinkwater, Mahrez; Okazaki, Vardy

LFC starting XI v LCFC 2016
:- Mignolet, Clyne, Lovren, Sakho, Moreno, Can, Henderson, Lucas, Lallana, Milner, Firmino
(Credits of this Leicester 1 touch passes vs Liverpool Video with respective third party uploaders. Fiestafootball is not responsible for third party content)

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