Leicester City striker, Jamie Vardy, said he was delighted to score two penalties to give his side an outright victory over West Brom.
The player scored in the 74th and 84th minute to give Leicester City a 3-0 victory, said he was very sure that West Brom goalkeeper could not attempt to stop the goals.
Vardy on Sky Sports: “It’s massive for us, especially with how we finished last season and not having long to turn it around. We are delighted for three points.
“I practice penalties every week so I knew where I would hit those. I’ve enjoyed playing here over the years and scoring goals so that celebration was for the West Brom fams at home.
“Timothy Castagne was brilliant, he thoroughly deserved his goal and he gets into those areas. Wilfred Ndidi did brilliantly in defence.”
The scorer of the first goal, Timothy Castagne, also spoke in the same vein to Sky Sports: “First of all we got the win. We didn’t get a goal against us and I got my first goal. It was a dream debut.
“It’s nice to play with him [fellow Belgian Dennis Praet]. He gave me a very nice assist. I had three training sessions, I still have some things to learn like the runs they make.
“I like this type of play, also pressure. That’s why I came here. I played in the back four in Belgium so I’m quite used to it – although it’s not the same level. The coach helped me a lot in these three days.”
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