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Leicester inch past West Brom in stoppage time 

Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca made a winning comeback to The Hawthorns as the Foxes left it late to defeat his old club, West Bromwich Albion.

Leicester City manager Enzo Maresca made a winning comeback to The Hawthorns as the Foxes left it late to defeat his old club, West Bromwich Albion.

Dewsbury-Hall’s Impactful Header

Midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall’s 71st-minute header, assisted by Wilfred Ndidi’s precise cross, provided Leicester City the initial lead against West Brom.

Dramatic Equalizer and Late Winner

Josh Maja’s 89th-minute scrappy goal seemed to grant West Brom a crucial point, marking his first goal for the team. However, in added time, Dewsbury-Hall orchestrated a swift counter-attack, delivering a precise pass for Harry Winks to slide home the winning goal just inside the right post.

Crucial Victory and Table Lead

The victory proved significant for Leicester, extending their lead in the Championship by four points over second-placed Ipswich, setting the tone for the afternoon’s fixtures.

Foxes’ Dominance and Squad Depth

Leicester displayed overall superiority throughout the game, overpowering West Brom. Notably, key players like Jamie Vardy, Conor Coady, and Harry Souttar remained unused substitutes, showcasing the depth and strength of Leicester’s squad in their pursuit of the title.

Conclusion

The win marked a welcomed return to form for Leicester after a recent run of one win in four games, solidifying their position at the top of the Championship standings.

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