The EPL Table after today’s matches 1st Dec., Manchester United draw 2-2 with bouncy Aston Villa

The EPL Table after today’s matches 1st Dec., Manchester United draw 2-2 with Aston Villa
The Epl Table after today

With 24 games remaining in the English premier league season, here is what the table looks like after Sunday’s round of matches.

Kelechi Iheanacho the messiah for Leicester City for today’s game as they come from 0-1 to beat Everton 2-1.

Kelechi Iheanacho the messiah for Leicester City for today’s game as they come from 0-1 to beat Everton 2-1.

Kelechi Iheanacho Nigerian striker was the doubtful hero for Leicester City as he came from the bench to score a 94th-minute winner for Leicester City as they beat Everton 2-1 at the King Power Stadium in the Premier League on Sunday evening.

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Leicester City started the match with basically the team they have played all EPL matches with this season, with Johnny Evans anchoring the defense, Nigeria’s Wilfred Ndidi manning the midfield while Jamie Vardy stood up front for Leicester City.

Everton, desperate to improve results and keep the job of its manager Marco Silva safe, stared with a 3-4-3 formation with Richarlison as the striker and Nigeria’s Alex Iwobi manning the wings.

Richarlison scored an early header in the first half for Everton, and Everton’s defensive line made it hard for Leicester to breakthrough.

But Kelechi who has lacked playing time in the premier league this season was brought up from the bench in the second half to set up Jamie Vardy to equalize.

Then with seconds to end the match, Iheanacho scored a last-tear winner that was initially ruled out for offside before VAR overturned the decision.

The defeat leaves Everton just above the relation zone while Leicester city is now just 8 points below premier league leaders, Liverpool.

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