Ndidi stars as Leicester qualify for Champions League Quarter Final

  • Ndidi stars as Leicester qualify for Champions League Quarter Final

Ndidi stars as Leicester qualify for Champions League Quarter Final

Yet for Leicester, this may be their biggest game and last Champions League game for a number of years, barring a miraculous victory in this season's competition. We are in it.

"[Recent] performances haven't been consistent but we need to make sure the real Sevilla turn up and we deliver our best game".

Correa forced a save from the Dane and Vitolo was marshalled by Huth as a shot was about to be sent towards goal, but another extended spell of possession in the final third resulted in a surprise outcome for Sevilla.

"We have [practiced penalties], we are trying to leave no stone unturned - and by the way they were good, hopefully we can carry that on", he added.

"We have all the chance to qualify for the next round". They nearly killed the game off midway through the second period, though Jamie Vardy snatched at a loose ball in the penalty area and lashed wide of Sergio Rico's goal. It will be a special occasion and the atmosphere will be electric. Hopefully I will stay calm so the players are not overemotional, but of course I will be excited. The Spanish team will try and hit Leicester on the break, so, the British side will have to very disciplined in defense if they are going to get through this important tie. They have talented players.

"The Leicester team that played at the Sanchez Pizjuan was a different one to this, not only from an emotional standpoint but from a football one, too".

The squad subsequently spent time training and relaxing in Dubai, before Shakespeare was confirmed as manager until the end of the season on Sunday. "I'm delighted and comfortable with it being until the end of the season".

But on Tuesday night, you can be assured that Sampaoli and Sevilla will be fired up and ready. We have massive games coming up and we have to focus on that. "We will have plenty of time in the summer to take stock and evaluate things then".

The Foxes lost the first leg of the last-16 clash 2-1 in Spain last month - just 24 hours before Claudio Ranieri was sacked - and a 1-0 win would send them through to the final eight on away goals.

The Snap and Share promotion is, said Walkers, "part of the brand's efforts to evolve its Champions League social media campaigns from prompting customers to enter codes and instead engage more by encouraging sharing". The celebrations were matched when Schmeichel saved N'Zonzi's spot-kick. Sevilla are undergoing a great spell as a club having won five Europa League, (UEFA Cup) titles in the past decade.