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Leicester fan has 'Brenda Nout' big screen request foiled - but tries genius Plan B
Leicester City supporter has come up with a secondary plan to try and trick the club into calling for Brendan Rodgers to be sacked this weekend.Having written to the club in a bid to get a shout out for his 'grandma' Brenda Nout ahead of their Premier League clash against Crystal Palace - his £20 fee was then refunded.Not giving up there as he looks to pile the pressure on the stumbling manager, Foxes fan Stu has been back in contact with the club looking to send a message to 'Zak Rodgers'.READ MORE: James Maddison jokes he's 'got rid' of stunning WAG Kennedy Alexa after 'dog attack'Posting a clip to his Twitter account @stulcfc, Stu can be heard on the phone to the club while asking for his big screen message to send birthday wishes to seven-year-old 'Zak'.However, shortly after the messages and clip went viral, Leicester reportedly blocked birthday announcements for the Palace fixture altogether.One fan then laughed: "Just because a loyal fan wanted to wish their son Zak Rodgers and their mum Brenda Nout a happy birthday, shocking stuff from the club."Who should be Leicester City manager if Brendan Rodgers departs? Tell us in the comments section below.The trolling is not the first of it's kind for the former Leicester season ticket holder, who emailed the club earlier this weekend with a programme message request.It read: "My message is as follows: 25 players don't all become s*** overnight at the same time.
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Fans spot Marcus Rashford raging at Anthony Elanga for denying him Man Utd winner
Marcus Rashford was spotted going nuts at Anthony Elanga after his Manchester United team-mate denied him the chance to score a late winner against Leicester City on Saturday.With just seconds left on the clock, Rashford darted into the box and was about the pull the trigger before Elanga foolishly tried to nick the ball off him and take the shot himself. The two clattered into one another with Elanga accidentally hacking the back of his team-mate's legs before also being flagged for offside.Incensed, Rashford threw his arms in the air and smacked the turf before shooting some serious daggers at the young Swede, who stayed stiff as a board like a man who'd just knocked a vase off a coffee table.Rashford had words with the youngster, questioning why he had denied him the chance to finish off his mazy run with a shot in the final moments of the contest."Not sure anything sums this season up more than Elanga tackling Rashford in the box when he was through on goal, what a club," one United tweeted in response."That should have been a red card for Elanga after taking out Rashford in a clear goalscoring position," tweeted another, while a third said: "Tell me you're trying to keep your team-mate out of the team without telling me you're trying to keep him out."Even Gary Neville said on commentary for Sky Sports: "Rashford wants to know why Elanga took it off him.
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Atletico Madrid 'pull off a Spurs' with two goals in added time to beat Valencia
Atletico Madrid produced a stunning late show to fight back and beat Valencia 3-2 with two goals in stoppage time, drawing comparisons to Tottenham’s comeback against Leicester just days before.The LaLiga champions were rocked by going into the half-time interval two goals down after some shoddy defending.American midfielder Yunus Musah skipped past two defenders before slotting into the near post past Jan Oblak to hand Valencia a shock lead inside 22 minutes.The hosts were then stunned into silence after Los Che full-back Hugo Duro rolled home, again taking advantage of sloppy marking in a usually organised Atletico backline.But Diego Simeone’s side set about embarking on the comeback trail when Matheus Cunha struck on 64 minutes to halve the deficit.In the first minute of seven added for stoppage time, Luis Suarez’s effort was saved by Jaume Domenech and there was Angel Correa to sweep home the rebound.Simeone celebrated euphorically on the touchline as the Wanda Metropolitano erupted, but there was still time for more drama.HAVE YOUR SAY: Which is the best comeback you have ever witnessed? Comment below.Cunha then turned provider with after striking a low cross-shot towards the far post and then was centre-back Mario Hermoso to tap home into the empty net.Valencia appealed for offside but the goal was allowed to stand after a brief check from the VAR, handing Atletico a precious victory.The win had a familiar feel to it as it was almost identical to the events that unfolded at the King Power Stadium on Wednesday evening.
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Antonio Conte runs on pitch after Tottenham win in "most dramatic ending in years"
Tottenham’s stoppage-time comeback to beat Leicester City 3-2 sparked wild celebrations at the King Power Stadium after claiming one of the most dramatic endings to a Premier League match thanks to Steven Bergwijn’s late double.Spurs had been dominant for large periods of the game but fell behind when Patson Daka squeezed home his effort past Hugo Lloris at the near post.The visitors finally took one of their chances in front of goal as Harry Kane beat Kasper Schmeichel with a strike that went over the line via the post.Some more poor defending from the north London side resulted in Harvey Barnes setting up James Maddison to make it 2-1, with his shot taking a deflection off Japhet Tanganga.Conte threw on Bergwijn in search of an equaliser and the Dutchman came up trumps in the fourth minute of stoppage time, firing past Schmeichel from close range.There was still time for an incredible winner, however, as Bergwijn broke clear on goal, rounded the Danish stopper and rolled his effort in off the post to spark amazing celebrations on the Spurs bench.It was described on Twitter as “one of the most dramatic endings” to a Tottenham match in the Premier League in recent memory — and the statistics prove it too.According to Opta, up until Wednesday evening, Manchester City’s famous 3-2 win QPR in May 2012 was the latest time a team had bounced back from a losing position to win when Edin Dzeko scored after 91 minutes and 14 seconds.Have Your Say: Can Tottenham finish in the top four this season? Comment below.But Spurs went one better, having been in a losing position at late as 94 minutes and 52 seconds on the clock, setting a new Premier League record.Conte had been animated on the touchline for the entirety of the match as