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  Europe Champions League - Play Offs Quarter-finals
King Power Stadium (Leicester, Leicestershire)

Leicester City 1-1 Atletico Madrid

Europe • Champions League - Play Offs • 7 videos

Leicester City and Atletico Madrid drew 1-1 in a Champions League - Play Offs match at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, Leicestershire.

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Goals
26 mins — Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid 0-1 — Saúl goal vs Leicester City
61 mins — Leicester City vs Atletico Madrid 1-1 — Vardy goal vs Atletico Madrid
Match Stats

Leicester City Starting Lineup

1 - K. Schmeichel
28 - C. Fuchs
17 - D. Simpson
29 - Y. Benalouane
5 - W. Morgan
25 - W. Ndidi
11 - M. Albrighton
4 - D. Drinkwater
20 - S. Okazaki
26 - R. Mahrez
9 - J. Vardy

Atletico Madrid Starting XI

13 - J. Oblak
20 - Juanfran
3 - Filipe Luis
2 - D. Godín
15 - S. Savic
24 - J. Giménez
14 - Gabi
8 - Saúl
6 - Koke
10 - Y. Carrasco
7 - A. Griezmann

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