SHEFFIELD, England: A 90th-minute aim from striker Jamie Vardy gave Leicester City a 2-1 win at Sheffield United within the Premier League on Sunday, lifting the Foxes again into the highest 4 whereas leaving the Blades rooted to the underside of the desk.
Leicester moved as much as third on 21 factors from 11 video games, whereas Sheffield United stayed in final place with one level, after stretching their winless league run to 14 video games courting again to the tip of final season.
The Foxes snapped their very own four-match winless run in all competitions with Vardy netting a trademark winner as he raced clear by means of the center and steered his shot previous Sheffield United goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale.
Ayoze Perez fired the guests right into a 24th-minute lead with a close-range volley, netting solely his second Premier League aim in his final 17 appearances, each of them in opposition to Sheffield United.
Leicester’s pleasure was short-lived although as Oliver McBurnie equalised with a downward header which beat keeper Kasper Schmeichel and Marc Albrighton on the road after a John Lundstram nook.
Leicester dominated the primary half and twice hit the submit by means of Vardy and James Maddison, with the house aspect restricted to sporadic raids.
The tempo dropped within the second half and when it appeared the Blades had carried out sufficient to earn a share of the spoils, Maddison launched Vardy with a chic go and the striker made no mistake from the sting of the penalty space.
Blades supervisor Chris Wilder was dejected after his aspect got here away empty-handed but once more.
“There’s no hiding place for myself or any of my players, you’ve got to front up and go again,” he advised Sky Sports.
“How do I pick up the players from this? How do I pick them up from the week before and the week before that?
“We shot ourselves in the foot. We did that last week too. In a small way we did it the week before. We’ve done it all season.”
(Writing by Zoran Milosavljevic; Editing by Hugh Lawson and Toby Davis)