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‘A dream come true’ – Iheanacho on Leicester City reaching the FA Cup final


Kelechi Iheanacho has depicted Leicester City's capability to the English FA Cup last as a 'little glimpse of heaven'.


Brendan Rodgers' Foxes hushed Southampton 1-0 at Wembley Stadium to arrive at the opposition's last without precedent for a very long time.


There, they will challenge Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea in their journey to lift the esteemed diadem.


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— Leicester City (@LCFC) April 19, 2021


Addressing LCFC TV, the Nigeria global whose 55th-minute exertion settled the installation is in incandescently happy after his group's notable accomplishment.


In any case, he knows about the difficult work ahead in the event that they are to beat the Blues to the title on May 15.


"It's truly stunning, it's a blessing from heaven," said Iheanacho.


"I didn't have any acquaintance with it will come this way, yet we are in the last now, so we are truly glad.


"We need to get back and try sincerely and center in our next game. Ideally, the last, we'll truly buckle down that we win."


"It was a nice sentiment to see them back in the arena once more. At the point when we are playing, you can hear them shouting and yelling."


With the experience against the St. Mary's Stadium outfit goalless a couple of moments before the hour mark, Jamie Vardy dashed down Southampton's back line prior to squaring the ball for the previous Manchester City forward to fire past goalkeeper Fraser Forster at the subsequent endeavor.


"It's a delightful objective," he proceeded. "As I said previously, the association among me and Vards (Vardy), it's remarkable. His running off the ball, it's great.

"He took the safeguards on, and he cut it back. I was unfortunate with the originally shot. It skipped off the safeguard and returned to me, and I picked the corner. I'm truly glad we did it all together."


Leicester City proceed with their journey for a Champions League place when they invite West Bromwich Albion to the King Power Stadium on Thursday.


Having gotten 56 focuses from 31 excursions in the 2020-21 mission, Rodgers' men are third on the log - simply a point above fourth-put West Ham United.

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