Leicester City 2-2 Napoli: Osimhen snatches support, Ndidi red card in exciting experience
It was a Nigerian story at the King Power Stadium on Thursday as Napoli returned from two objectives down to constrain a 2-2 draw against Leicester City on matchday 1 of the UEFA Europa League.
Two objectives from Victor Osimhen in the subsequent half offset the two-objective lead given to the Foxes by Ayoze Perez in the 10th moment and Harvey Barnes in the 64th-off an exact help from Kelechi Iheanacho.
A circled finish on 69 minutes by Osimhen gave Napoli conviction and the 22-year-old finished the rebound with a fabulous header in the 87th moment.
Wilfred Ndidi got a subsequent yellow card in the third moment of added on schedule as Leicester wrapped up with 10 men.
It was a merited point for Napoli in Group C as they created more objective scoring possibilities and they were degenerate until Osimhen got his support.
Legia Warsawa lead the gathering after a 1-0 away triumph over Spartak Moscow.
Paul Onuachu scored a 92nd-minute victor as Genk disappeared to Austria to beat Rapid Wien 1-0.
Glasgow Rangers lost their first match in 10 Europa matches when they yielded two objectives at Ibrox.
Joe Aribo and Leon Balogun began the experience and Aribo was taken off for Fashion Sakala in the 76th moment as the Scottish pursued a way back into the game.
Lazio lost 1-0 away to Galatasaray by means of a hilarious own objective from the goalkeeper, Thomas Strakosha.
Broendby IF 0 – 0 Sparta Prague
Officers 0 – 2 Lyon
Monaco 1 – 0 Sturm Graz
PSV Eindhoven 2 – 2 Real Sociedad
Leicester City 2 – 2 Napoli
Spartak Moscow 0 – 1 Legia Warszawa
E/Frankfurt 1 – 1 Fenerbahce
Olympiacos 2 – 1 Royal Antwerp
Galatasaray 1 – 0 Lazio
Lokomotiv Moscow 1 – 1 Marseille
FC Midtjylland 1 – 1 Ludogorets Razgrad
FK Crvena Zvezda 2 – 1 SC Braga
Bayer Leverkusen 2 – 1 Ferencvaros
Genuine Betis 4 – 3 Celtic
Dinamo Zagreb 0 – 2 West Ham
Fast Wien 0 – 1 Genk
Leicester City 2-2 Napoli