The difficult decision comes when Maddison is fit as BR tries to accommodate everyone, I have been Nachos biggest critic on here it is great to see him scoring goals, Vardy is creating so much space for those around him it is only a matter of time before he starts scoring.Great performances from the team, even if it was against one of the weakest premiership opponents ever. Remember, when saying the opposition were weak we didn't beat them two or three nil, it was a 5-0 thrashing. That's a very telling result.
Nacho' man of the match of course, but others who did very well were Vardy (didn't score & should have but an assist & being behind the og were significant... & his pace seems to be back), Perez very good (played in his best position), Tielemans (as always). Evans classy & bossed the back line. Not so hot were Ricardo who rightly came off (currently a shadow of his former self but of course is recovering from a serious injury) & I wasn't too convinced by Calagar, though he grew into the game as it went on.
It's abundantly clear that Nacho is very, very good alongside Vardy (& hopefully will be with his successor) and with either Maddison or Perez in support. Nacho & Perez have been wasted by management & lambasted by supporters in the past when played out of position. Some players are simply not utility players & don't adapt too well - they HAVE to be played in their correct positions. Nacho & Perez are two such players.
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