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EPL: Iheanacho, Onyeka In Action As Leicester Pip Brentford Away; West Ham Overcome Spurs To Go Fourth 

EPL: Iheanacho, Onyeka In Action As Leicester Pip Brentford Away; West Ham Overcome Spurs To Go Fourth 

Kelechi Iheanacho and Frank Onyeka featured but it was the former who emerged victors as Leicester beat Brentford 2-1 away in Sunday’s Premier League fixture.

While Iheanacho saw action for 90 minutes Onyeka was replaced on 76 minutes.

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Leicester have now won back-to-back league games while Brentford have lost second game in a row.

Youri Tielemans opened scoring for Leicester on 14 minutes after running on to a loose ball and powered it in from distance.

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Brentford drew level on the hour mark through Zanka who flicked on Mathias Jensen’s corner into the far corner.

And in the 74 minute James Maddison scored what proved to be the winner after passing into an empty net off Patson Daka’s pass.

The win took Leicester above Arsenal to ninth place on 14 points and Brentford are 12th on 12 points.

And at the London stadium, West Ham United defeated Tottenham Hotspur 1-0 thanks to Michail Antonio’s second half goal.

Antonio got the only goal in the 72 minute after guiding home Aaron Cresswell’s corner.

The Hammers climb up to fourth on 17 points and Spurs occupying sixth with 15 points.

By James Agberebi

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  • GLORY 1 month ago

    Watching The onyeka’s midfield movement just feels with joy, that we have got some really good central midfielder here.

     
  • Gowetok 1 month ago

    I love him so much. I think in him we have a good deputy for Ndidi

     
  • JimmyBall 1 month ago

    Frank Onyeka… did a great job today! Though he has room to still improve massively…

     
  • Awoniyi scored again today….. Awoniyi is SE most deadly striker at the moment.

     
  • Frank Onyeka’s biggest asset is “positional awareness and discipline”. He is a midfield nuisance who just nibbles away at opposition attackers like grasshopper chewing leaf.

    However, with ball to feet, he can be somewhat erratic at times which gives the erroneous impression that he does nothing meaningful on the pitch: this couldn’t be far from the truth. For Brentford, they need Onyeka to serve as a deterrent to opposition attacking initiatives and to make them rethink their approach; this Onyeka does by helping his team maintain their shape with his pristine positioning while timing his interceptions to distrupt the flow of opposition play.

    I have always blown this guy’s trumpet in club football but for him to succeed with the Super Eagles, he does need to butter his movements with deft touches and vision to pick out quality and telling passes from deep.

    By so doing, he will win many more doubters on side.