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Leicester City’s title bid is absolutely unique in the Premier League and with each victory, they move one game closer to winning their first ever top flight title.

Up to now, many people believe there is alchemy at work and there is no doubt about it. It’s a great wonder how Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri is turning base elements into gold, not even him. To be sure he has become practiced at looking the other way when question are directed to him.

Leicester City continued their fight for the Premier League title, as they beat Liverpool 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Tuesday. The Foxes forward Jamie Vardy was once a key part of the game thanks to another spectacular Man of the Match performance.

The England striker sent a loud notice that league leaders Leicester City are in the Premier League title race for the long haul with a sensational strike in the 2-0 win over Liverpool.

After an hour of deadlock at the King Power Stadium, Vardy took matters into his own hands, latching on to a long ball pumped down the right by Riyad Mahrez, looking up and launching an unstoppable 25-yard rocket over stranded Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet.

Eleven minutes later Vardy made the game safe, showing his poacher’s instinct, netting his 18th league goal of the season from Shinji Okazaki’s deflected shot, as the Foxes man produced another stunning performance to bolster their remarkable title bid.
Leicester remain at the top of the Premier League table with 50 points, 3 points off clear title rivals Manchester City who sit in the second position with 47 points. On Saturday, February 6, the Foxes will be travelling to Etihad Stadium for another big Premier League fixture against title rivals Manchester City.

Vardy will be looking forward to boost his race for the golden boots and a chance to impress to secure a place in the England Squad. On Tuesday it was a classic all-action Vardy performance – right in front of watching England boss Roy Hudgson.

Liverpol fans fear Liverpool is becoming a ‘mid-table’ club after another loss. Take a look at recent reactions on Twitter: