Leicester through to the next round in the Carabao Cup, excelent and fantastic news for especially one involved

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The line-up v. Millwall showed Jonny Evans in the heart of defense, and as we thought he would be out for a long time he was straight back in the team and played all 90 minutes. To see him in there is just great news as we love to see the N Ireland international in the heart of this defence.

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Leicester did have the ball the most and this was a typical banana skin not really seeing the possession being used in the best way possible with Millwall just defending with most of their players behind the ball. But when Ademola Lookman scored his first goal for the club after tapping in from a Kelechi Iheanacho shot, it was no doubt about the finish result and in the end Kelechi scored the 2-0 goal.

Great to see Jonny Evans as captain, playing the game until the end and completing 90 minutes, we just hope that he will continue this way as the team is very much depending on his leadership and ability, you can see how this team is missing him when he is out, undoubtly among the most important players at the club at the moment.

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There were a lot of changes made to the team, but to come away from The Den with a clean sheet and getting into the next round was a good boost for a team that has struggled a bit lately. Brighton will be next and with Jonny Evans in there we do have what it takes to win at home against The Seagulls.

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News coming in about Brendan Rodgers seen as a possible candidate to take over at Barcelona, but gladly he is not the leader of the pack with a certain Roberto Martinez seen as the front runner and he would probably jump at the chance to get that job, and hopefully it will never be a chat between Leicester, BR and the club in question.

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