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August 6, 2021
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Leicester City break club record with 4-1 win at Villa

Leicester City has allegedly set a club record of eight successive top-flight wins, especially after two goals made by Jamie Vardy that helped them win Premier League at Aston Villa on Sunday with an impressive 4-1.

The result allegedly left the Foxes second in the standings on 38 points from total of 16 games, eight unanchored of runaway leaders Liverpool and six ahead of third-placed champions Manchester City; however, Villa slipped to 17th on 15 points and Newcastle jumped to 10th in the table on 22 points.

Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers allegedly praised his players, and said, “I thought they were amazing, it is a historical day for the club and the performance warranted that. We scored all types of goals today and kept going to the end and tried to keep scoring goals.”

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