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England boss Gareth Southgate scouts Leicester City’s James Maddison at Newcastle United by Thomas Bradley Alderman

Leicester City players react to beating Newcastle United two-nil by Thomas Bradley Alderman

NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE, ENGLAND – SEPTEMBER 29: Jamie Vardy of Leicester City (l) celebrates after scoring the first goal during the Premier League match between Newcastle United and Leicester City at St. James Park on September 29, 2018 in Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Leicester City rose to seventh in the Premier league with a comfortable win over Newcastle United. Here’s what we learned from their 2-0 win at the St. James’ Park: 12 points from 7 matches has to count as a good start

It was always going to take just a couple of good weeks for the crisis to be over at Leicester City. Having had the better of their opponents for the third consecutive time, the Foxes are sitting pretty at seventh position in the Premier League, and only three points adrift of fourth-placed Tottenham Hotspur. If you expect more, then you’re supporting the wrong club.

To be fair to the Puel Out Brigade, Leicester’s walloping against the AFC Bournemouth did have an  apocalyptic air to it. It was never the result that provoked the reactions, but the manner of it. Why no one was unhappy with the defeats to Manchester United and Liverpool is because Leicester took the game to them, and almost got

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