Leicester win and lead the Premier

A total of six goals were in the Leicester-Burnley of this Sunday in which the set of Brendan rodgers rose, albeit incidentally, to the leadership of the Premier League. The 'foxes' won 4-2 against the Burnley to become the team with the best goal difference among the five that have won their matches in the two rounds played to date (Everton, Arsenal, Liverpool and Crystal Palace they have too). They also did it without marking Jamie Vardy, a remarkable fact considering what the ram means for this Leicester.

They faced each other in the King Power Stadium two teams that don't grow by long possessions of the ball. So much Leicester how Burnley They are one of those teams that have no problem betting on long balls and direct play, and this circumstance became noticeable from the opening whistle.

The first goal came in the 10th minute, and it was from the visiting team. Made it Wood after struggling with Justin in an action that could well be marked as a foul before finishing off a cross from Taylor crossing the ball out of reach of Schmeichel.

He Burnley They were promised very difficult then, but in 20 ' Vardy caught a long ball and waited for his teammates to arrive in the area, he gave it to Castagne, and he gave it to Barnes, who beat Nick Pope.

The break was reached 1-1, and after the restart the Leicester He rolled up his sleeves for triumph. In the 50 ' Pieters dialed on his own door when diverting a Castagne and in 61 'a good individual play by Ayoze it ended up at Justin's feet so that he could make it 3-1 from inside the area.

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Dunne reduced distances for him Burnley in 73 'when a service to the area of McNeil, but in 79 ' Praet, with a whip from the front of the area, I again grant tranquility to the Leicester with a 4-2 that drowned the hopes of the visiting team.

The leadership of the 'foxes' is circumstantial because there are teams like the Manchester City and Aston Villa who have not yet debuted in this edition of the Premier, but at the same time it is symptomatic that this team, once again, wants to be the main alternative to the ‘Big 6’.