SLAVIA PRAGUE 2
SLAVIA PRAGUE WIN 2-0 ON AGG
LEICESTER suffered Europa League agony as Slavia Prague pulled off a well-planned raid.
Brendan Rodgers’ Europa League curse struck again as Leicester crashed out at the first knockout stage.
It’s the fifth time the Foxes boss has failed to make the last 16 having suffered the same fate twice with both Liverpool and Celtic.
Lukas Provod’s goal four minutes into the second half was a crippling blow.
Provod was given time and space to volley home as Leicester were caught napping.
They just didn’t deal with Nico Stanciu’s sweeping cross from the left and there was Provod lurking at the far post to crash the ball home.
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