Leicester City are the favorites to clinch the Premier League title after defeating title contenders Manchester City 3-1.
They have showed great potential for the most part of the season and if they can maintain the same form till the end of the season, they would create history by becoming the first club outside of Manchester or London to have ever won the Premier League title since Blackburn Rovers in 1995.
If Leicester win or they don’t, they are the real champions. #LeicesterCity pic.twitter.com/wSHPlRvO6M
— Amaan (@Simply_Ander) February 6, 2016
Louis Van Gaal claims Leicester City can win the Premier League title this season. The foxes have already secured league victories against Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City and Tottenham this season, but Van Gaal believes that the biggest test of Leicester’s credentials is now on the horizon. “They are the favorites because they are five points away from the rest, but the moment that they have to win it is different,” Van Gaal says. “They are more or less in that place now because they want to continue with this lead.
Who would’ve thought Vardy & Mahrez would be at par with #Cristiano & #Messi! They’re actually doing better! #LCFC pic.twitter.com/I1Bi3znpxI — Star Sports Football (@StarFootball) February 10, 2016
Leicester City’s current chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha bought the club in 2010 when it was struggling in the third-tier of England and with the help of his finances and support, the team was able to gain promotion in 2014. After Leicester’s promotion, the Thai billionaire announced that he will be spending £180m in order to make the Foxes a top five team within three years.
Celebrity Fans can’t stop talking about them,
Huth hunting a hat-trick. Crazy season. Brilliant for football. It’s not all about money. It’s also about good coaching and hunger. #lcfc
— Henry Winter (@henrywinter) February 6, 2016
Big transfer fees don’t guarantee togetherness, self belief, and confidence. #LCFC giving a lesson on the value of the team vs individuals. — Alejandro Moreno (@AleMorenoESPN) February 6, 2016
Unbelievable. Another class performance to say the least. Proud of the boys #LCFC
— Liam Moore (@liammoore93) February 6, 2016
A Schmeichel with a stand up performance in Manchester, and it’s not 1995. #LeicesterCity — Maximiliano Bretos (@mbretosESPN) February 6, 2016
They’ll drop away they said, not good enough they said, squad isn’t big enough they said! #LeicesterCity I hope you win the prem
— Paul Butler (@1PaulButler) February 6, 2016
What a marvelous surprise! @LCFC Funny, brave and they can really win @premierleague #LeicesterCity — Leonardo (@leo_de_araujo) February 6, 2016
The Leicester City story is a remarkable and brilliant one. #LeicesterCity
— Dave Berry (@daveberry_tweet) February 6, 2016
This is unreal.#LeicesterCity — Trevor Nelson (@DJTrevorNelson) February 6, 2016
And so can’t others;
#LeicesterCity, the fairy tale getting better and better.
— Premier League Talk (@LFCLegacy) February 6, 2016
I have just witnessed something magical! Get in….. ⚽️⚽️⚽️ #Lcfc
— Bex (@Bexxxnic) February 6, 2016
Oi Massimo. Have a quick gander at #LCFC and see what proper ambition gets you. #lufc
— Mr Geldard (@MrJGeldard) February 6, 2016