Nigerian forward Kelechi Iheanacho was on the scoresheet again on Tuesday, January 28, 2020, to proceed the volte-face of his Leicester City profession.
Iheanacho was on from the beginning as Leicester City made a trip to Villa Park to confront Aston Villa in the second-leg tie in the elimination rounds of the League Cup.
Leicester City were the better side from the impact of the whistle yet neglected to score. They paid for botched opportunities in the twelfth moment when Matt Targett terminated past Kasper Schmeichel.
It was Iheanacho who gave Leicester City a life saver with an objective in the 72nd moment after he hooked onto a cross from Harvey Barnes in the far post to make it 1-1.
Leicester City got their opportunities to get a champ however it was Villa who got it in included time through Trezeguet who jumped on an incredible cross from Ahmed El-Mohamady to break Leicester City’s hearts.
For Iheanacho, it was his fourth objective in four League Cup games. The Nigerian has eight objectives in all rivalries.
Another Nigerian player Wilfred Ndidi was on through and through on Tuesday night in his second appearance since he came back from knee damage.
He sank to his knees in disappointment soon after Villa’s late-minute victor.