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Premier League: Lookman Inspires Leicester City To Victory Against Crystal Palace

Premier League: Lookman Inspires Leicester City To Victory Against Crystal Palace

Ademola Lookman was on target as Leicester City beat Crystal Palace 2-1 in their Premier League clash at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Lookman put Liverpool ahead in the 37th minute.

Dewsbury-Hall timed his pass into Lookman perfectly and the winger shimmied away from two Palace defenders before shooting past Vicente Guaita.

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It was the 24-year–old’s fifth goal in 20 league appearances for the Foxes this season.

Dewsbury-Hall scored the second six minutes later bending the ball into the top corner.

Wilfried Zaha pulled one back for the visitors in the second half.

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  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago


    NIGERIA fail this GUY o


    • MONKEY POST 2 years ago


    • It was lookman that failed us for sure.
      After that pernalty he caused against Ghana, his several moves after became slotful he couldn’t move with the ball any longer on several occasions and that was the reason he was also submitted early. He wasted several ball possession chances.

      So he also failed us in that game.

      To begin with it was because he wasn’t called by England Coach that was why he switched to Nigeria.

      Let me end my analysis there.

    • It was lookman that failed us. in that game against Ghana after that pernalty he caused his several moves after that was slotful. He wasted several ball possession chances, he LL be with the ball the next thing he LL do is to stand u can hear the fans shouting pass naaaa……
      The coach have to change him as a result of those wasted opportunities. If u watched that match u LL no what am saying.

      Besides and as a matter of fact it was because he wasn’t called by England Coach that was why he switched to Nigeria so that he LL have playing opportunities because we were already begging him to come


      • Tristan 2 years ago

        Who caused the penalty? Who played the pass to Osimhen that resulted in the offside goal? If Osimhen had timed his run better Nigeria would today have a ticket to Qatar. What did Lookman’s replacement Moses achieve in that match?

        • If I would say we were unlucky not to qualify.
          It wasn’t our time

          We failed in Afcon n we said because our star players were not present but now that we had all the absentee no impert was felt except for Iwobi that was missing MAYBE THAT WAS OUR MISSING LINK IF I WOULD SAY.

  • kelechi was on holiday today… off duty

  • Shuma 2 years ago

    Consistency is key! Im tired of people thinking a player is nice just because they did one good thing or had a good performance in one game. See people here calling for Iwobi and Kelechi back and so. Kelechi scored a goal against man utd. He was then on the starting lineup in the europa conference league where he did nothing. He is not consistent hence why he is also not a starter. Iwobi is trash, tired of hearing jay jay coming to his rescue. Arsenal got rid of him for a reason because he already hit his ceiling and can’t produce anymore. He is part of a terrible everton team. People are so quick to be on players thinking they redeemed themselves

    • The reason Kel’s didn’t start today is because he played in Europe last Thursday Imagine Rogers changed 7 players in his starting 11. Every day can’t be the same n he may not score in every match.

      Iheanacho is the best stricker in Leicester says former Leceister player. Is just for the Coach to be consistent with him also with his pairing with him.

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