Leicester City star striker Jamie Vardy sets new Premier League record with the goal against Manchester City.
Jamie Vardy claimed another Premier League record with a goal against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium on Saturday.
Vardy capitalized on a mistake from Nicolas Otamendi to run through and thump a low shot out of Ederson’s reach to cancel out Raheem Sterling’s third-minute opener.
And the goal means that the English forward has now scored against all of the ‘Big Six’ Premier League sides this season. Vardy becomes the first ever player to score against Arsenal, Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspurs in the same season.
The goal against Manchester City means that he has now scored in four consecutive Premier League matches, the longest run since 2015-16 when he scored in 11 consecutive games.
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