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Social Recap: LCFC onto the fourth round of the FA Cup

The Foxes had another good week in both the Premier League and the FA Cup.

Leicester City v Fleetwood Town - The Emirates FA Cup Third Round Replay Photo by Robbie Jay Barratt - AMA/Getty Images

Leicester City put in what may have been their best performance of the season in a scoreless draw at Stamford Bridge, and followed that up with a solid 2-0 win over Fleetwood Town in the FA Cup just a few days later.

With things trending in the right direction for the Foxes, there has been plenty of talk about the team:


Bargain is an understatement. There is no way to overstate just how valuable Riyad Mahrez has been for Leicester during his time at the club. His signing also fits two trends that City will hope continue with Fousseni Diabaté: successful January signings and finding bargains in Ligue 2 of France.

This Chelsea supporter appears to have been upset at the possession statistics of our match against them. The only explanation I can offer Mr. “bluefrankly” is that Leicester City is superior to Barcelona and Manchester City.

P.s. Leicester blue > Chelsea Blue

Yes, he’s very very very good. Now tell your club to stay away and stop poaching our best players “Conteholic.”

*Warning: vulgarity in the tweet below*

City supporters are amazing. No matter the circumstances they will creatively chant perfect banter at just about anybody.

This trend of upsetting the opposing team’s fans with the quality of performance is surprisingly satisfying.

Cheer up, buddy, there’s no shame in struggling against a superior opponent.

In fairness to Arsene Wenger, it would be unfair to compare him to a legend like Sir Claudio Ranieri.

The answer here is obviously Riyad Mahrez, but please enjoy the visual.

Hey, how’d you get that footage of me watching the match! The second half was much more entertaining anyway.

Making history is just what we do now, I guess.

Ndidi stops absolutely everything. The man is a machine.

This is an impressive stat for Kelechi Iheanacho. Despite the turbulent start to his career with the Foxes, this match was proof that there is hope for him to be successful in Leicester.

So not only are Foxes fans hilarious, but also generally good people! Love to hear stuff like this.

It’s good to see FIFA making amends for its questionable player ratings. And congratulations to Kasper!