Britain Soccer Football - Leicester City v Stoke City - Premier League - King Power Stadium - 1/4/17 Leicester City manager Craig Shakespeare during the pre match warm up Action Images via Reuters / Andrew Boyers Livepic
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Craig Shakespeare became the first Englishman to win his first four matches as a Premier League manager after reigning champions Leicester City moved closer to top-flight survival with a 2-0 victory at home to Stoke City on Saturday.Wilfred Ndidi's long-range rocket and Jamie Vardy's latest goal saw the Foxes triumph at their King Power Stadium, with victory taking Leicester to 33 points, just three behind Stoke, who kicked off in ninth place.The second Leicester goal arrived just 76 seconds into the second half as Stoke were punished for failing to start quickly after the interval.Vardy could then feel aggrieved not to be given the chance for a second goal when he won a towering header and found Mahrez before bursting into space for a return pass, only for Mahrez to try a shot that flew wide.
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