Dyer showed huge courage to beat outrushing ’keeper Guzan to the ball and head home.
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Nathan Dyer scored a brave 89th-minute winner as Leicester City stormed back from 2-0 down to beat Aston Villa 3-2 and claim second place in the Premier League Sunday.With Villa hanging on, Mahrez floated a cross into the box and Dyer, a halftime replacement for Shinji Okazaki, showed huge courage to beat outrushing goalkeeper Brad Guzan to the ball and head home.The result preserved Leicester's unbeaten record and left them four points below leaders Manchester City, with their Midlands rivals Villa seven points back in 15th place.Spurs grew into the game and made the breakthrough when Mason ran onto a through ball from substitute Erik Lamela to score at the culmination of a 15-pass move.Manchester City snatched a 1-0 win at Crystal Palace Saturday, leaving champions Chelsea 11 points off the pace – and one place above the relegation zone – following a 3-1 reverse at Everton.
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