Leicester City Manager, Brendan Rodgers has rain praises on Jamie Vardy after he two goals to help the club ease past Fulham.
Jamie Vardy late brace took his tally to 101 as the Foxes won 3-1 to condemn the Cottagers to a sixth straight defeat.
Vardy, 32 also assisted Monaco loanee Youri Tielemans to score his first Foxes goal after 21 minutes at the King Power Stadium.
As they earned Rodgers his first victory as Leicester boss, the Northern Irishman released special praise on Vardy saying;
”He is a wonderful striker and scored two very good goals,
”He is one of the best in this division if you get up the pitch and slide him in.
”He doesn’t need many chances to score.
”He’s a top-class striker.
”He’s is through on goal for his 100 goals and he squares it for Tielemans.
”’It tells you what a team player he is.
”I’m very happy he is here.
”He’s tactically very good and starts off the press well.
Vardy converted James Maddison’s through ball to goal 12 minutes to close of game.
And wrapped up the victory by tapping in Harvey Barnes’ cross four minutes from time his 12th of the season as Leicester rose to 10th after just their fifth home league win this season.
”What was pleasing were the ideas we’re trying to implement in term of our pressing and intensity.
”If we had a better last pass we could have had two more before half-time’ Rodgers added