LEICESTER needed just five minutes to open their Champions League account as Marc Albrighton struck to make Foxes history.
Claudio Ranieri’s men are competing for the first time in Europe’s elite competition, and face a tricky task away to Belgian giants Club Brugge.
But Albrighton has made Leicester’s task a tad smoother by helping himself to their first-ever Champions League goal in true fairytale fashion
Brugge failed to deal with a long throw from new signing Luis Hernandez, with Han Vanaken heading it right over his own goalie’s hands.
And Albrighton was there to tap in at close range, much to the delight of the travelling supporters.
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Leicester soon doubled their advantage thanks to a fine free-kick from Riyad Mahrez, and there looks like there’ll be no nasty surprises for the Foxes tonight.
All eyes are also on record signing Islam Slimani, who was handed his debut by Ranieri for the crunch European clash.
FC Copenhagen and Porto make up the numbers in Group G, and Leicester will be hoping to hold on for the win.