This Leicester City group continue to leave a mark on the world.
On Brendan Rodgers’ 100th game in control, they delivered one of their most paramount exhibitions under the chief to arrive at the FA Cup semi-finals interestingly since 1982.
At Wembley one month from now, they will confront Southampton and will be top choices to make the FA Cup last, a masterpiece they have not played in for over 50 years.
Their spot in the semi-last was gotten deservedly. Each player was amazing, performing splendidly independently and as a group.
In any case, the feature producer was indeed Kelechi Iheanacho. Not substance with having scored five objectives in his initial three games in March, he got two more here exploiting a little room to breath Manchester United protecting to initially catch a back-pass and open the scoring, and afterward wrap up the champ with a plain header late on.
The sides had gone in at half-time level with Mason Greenwood answering for the guests, who had not been beaten away from home by a homegrown rival throughout the season.