January 25, 2022

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Watch: Yuri Tillmans puts Leicester on track from penalty spot in the FA Cup |  Emirates Football Cup 2021/2022

Watch: Yuri Tillmans puts Leicester on track from penalty spot in the FA Cup | Emirates Football Cup 2021/2022

  1. 38′ – Jill – Fontay Daly Campbell
  2. 28′ – Doelpunt – Joao Pedro (2-1)
  3. 26′ – Goal – James Madison (2-0)
  4. 9′ – penalty kick goal – Yuri Tillman (1-0)
  1. 87′ – Verve. Ademola Lookman Will Elvis’ door
  2. 86′ goal – Mark Albrighton (4-1)
  3. 76′ – Moussa Sissoko continued to the entire Conteh
  4. 76′ – Verve. Joao Pedro Bab Chacai Forde
  5. 75′ – Follow Ayoze Perez by Casey McAteer
  6. 65′ – Verve. Ozan Tovan by Juraj Kucka
  7. 65′ – Follow Tom Cleverly to Dan Gosling
  8. 58′ – Follow Ashley Fletcher by Ken Sima
  9. 57′ – Doelpunt – Harvey Barnes (3-1)

Leicester City qualified for the fourth round of the FA Cup at the expense of Watford. The defending champion can count on a penalty kick from Yuri Tillmans in the first stage. After the break, the lights went out in Leicester.

Watch Tillmans goal

Watford can’t really threaten Leicester

Defending champions Leicester City completed their first FA Cup assignment. Less than 10 minutes later, Youri Tielemans managed to open the score in favor of Leicester, who had to lose some key players due to injuries and Corona.

Despite the goal he scored against Joao Pedro, Leicester’s qualifiers were not at all in danger. Before that, Watford lacked efficiency offensively and defensively. Madison, Barnes and Albrighton made the score 4-1.

There was another fun and amazing moment midway through the second half when the stadium lights went out in Leicester. Leicester fans didn’t let their hearts go and turned off their cell phone lights.

  1. The second half, the 101st minute, the game is over
  2. The second half, the 87th minute. A substitution in Leicester City, Will Alves, and Ademola Lookman out
  3. Mark Albrighton (Leicester City) scores. It’s 4 – 1. The second half, 86th minute.
  4. The second half goal, the 86th minute, was scored by Mark Albrighton, Leicester City player. 4, 1.
  5. Second half, 76th minute. Substitution in Watford, full Conté inside, Moussa Sissoko out
  6. Second half, 76th minute. Substitution in Watford, Chakai Ford inside, Joao Pedro out
  7. The second half, the 75th minute. A substitution in Leicester City, and Casey McAteer entered, and Ayuz Perez was eliminated.
  8. The second half, the 65th minute. Substitution in Watford, Juraj Koca inside, Ozan Tufan out
  9. The second half, the 65th minute. Substitution in Watford, Dan Gosling entered, and Tom Cleverley slipped
  10. The second half, the 63rd minute. Then the lights went out. The match was stopped for a few minutes because the stadium lights went out. Leicester fans didn’t care, although the 3-1 scoreline would also have something to do with it. .
  11. The second half, the 58th minute. A substitution in Watford, Kane Sama entered, and Ashley Fletcher took out
  12. Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) scores. It’s 3 – 1. The second half, 57th minute.
  13. The second half goal, the 57th minute, was scored by Harvey Barnes, Leicester City player. 3, 1.
  14. The second half, the 46th minute, the match started
  15. The end of the first half, 4.46 pm, substituted in Leicester City, Wanya Marsal and Fontay Daly Campbell entered.
  16. The first half, the 48th minute, the game is over
  17. Yellow card for Leicester City’s Fontay Daly-Campbell during the first half, minute 38
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