And with anything good for Leicester comes the fun of the internet, and better yet, the fun of our very own social media recaps. So with the first win of the season comes the first social recap:
Huthy turned 33! Still, age is just a number, or a state of mind, or something like that. Happy belated to the most terrifying man to ever step on a pitch.
Happy Birthday to Leicester centre back Robert Huth. He has won more Premier League medals than Steven Gerrard.— Football__Tweet (@Football__Tweet) August 18, 2017
The smile is back! Shinji’s post-goal smiles are the eighth wonder of the world and vastly superior to any goal he could ever score - and we all know the kind of worldie he’s capable of.
Strange, it appears mister “SupremeMartial” made a mistake and accidentally swapped the LCFC and Manchester United logos!
We are now entering an aggressive stretch of Harry Maguire praise. I also feel comfortable saying he’s the greatest athlete the world has ever known. If you disagree you can either comment below or track me down and fight me (preferably the first option please).
Harry Maguire could become the player John Stones was tipped to be.— Paul Hayward (@_PaulHayward) August 20, 2017
Gareth Southgate's got a real headache trying to think of a partner for Harry Maguire— Dan (@Dan_Turner_93) August 19, 2017
Harry Maguire: built like Cyclops, touch like Cruyff.— James Sharpe (@TheSharpeEnd) August 19, 2017
Home debut goal for @LCFC new signing Harry Maguire. He looks like a great addition and what a game he is having. 2-0— Peter Schmeichel (@Pschmeichel1) August 19, 2017
Hard Brexit Harry Maguire, like a cross between Bobby Moore & George Best. He's walloping the league with fellow Sheffieldite Vardy pic.twitter.com/pLP161PTzq— bob (@oldbob1944) August 20, 2017
If that seemed like too much praise it’s probably because there’s something wrong with you and definitely not me for reposting it all. Harry Maguire is the greatest of all time. The end.