Leicester combination a no brainer 33 goals in 32 Premier League games, are BR throwing analytics out the window?

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Jamie Vardy and Kelechi Iheanacho have scored a total of 33 goals in 32 PL appearances when playing together and to neglect these facts must be a bold mans work.

Things are strange at the club at the moment and changes done are often explained as needed because of a certain situation appearing that the player himself never have commented on.

The facts are clear and as we did see against Crystal Palace both Jamie and Kelechi scored a goal each and they tend to do that when they play together.

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Mistakes by the club regarding Kelechi Iheanacho and him not being able to attend the game v. Legia Warsaw could be points lost in the race of going through to the next rounds.

With Kelechi in the team we would surely and according to stats seen a different result, and of course resting Jamie Vardy was also vital in a negative sign.

Inside the fan camp of Leicester City there are growing concernes that Brendan Rodgers are blinded by his own decision making and that he ignores facts and figures that surely must be taken into consideration when making his team selections.

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He did no mistake in including Kelechi Iheanacho in the team v. Crystal Palace, the problem in that game was the fact that he decided to play with two wingers which in real exposed the central midfield area so much that he felt Hamza Choudhury was too tired to continue, replacing him with the player that probably should have been given the chance from start, Bouba Soumare.

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Interesting to see if the international break came at the best time possible and that thoughts can be taken in and hopefully bring a better performance to the table against Man Utd.

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