Goals from Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton turned the tie on its head but the Foxes were equally indebted to Kasper Schmeichel, who denied the ten-man visitors from the spot
Leicester City’s remarkable UEFA Champions League debut surges on after the English title holders ousted a Sevilla side that have won European silverware for the past three seasons to reach the last eight.
Trailing 2-1 from the round of 16 first leg, Leicester reversed their fortunes with goals from Wes Morgan and Marc Albrighton but there was plenty more drama to come. First Samir Nasri was sent off, then the ten men won a penalty. However, Kasper Schmeichel, who had denied Joaquín Correa from the spot in Seville, repeated the feat against Steven N’Zonzi as the Foxes held on. Read more
Manchester City scored two injury-time goals to see off 10-man QPR and win the Premier League title in dramatic style.
Pablo Zabaleta put City ahead before Joleon Lescott’s mistake let Djibril Cisse in to blast home an equaliser.
Joey Barton was sent off for a clash with Carlos Tevez but Jamie Mackie put QPR in front on the break.
With Manchester United’s beating Sunderland, City looked set to miss out but Edin Dzeko levelled with a header and Sergio Aguero won it at the death.
The title is City’s first since they won the old First Division in 1968.