Leicester: Schmeichel; Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs; Mahrez (Amartey 90’), Drinkwater, Ndidi, Albrighton; Okazaki (Slimani 64’); Vardy. 4-4-1-1.
Sevilla: Sergio Rico; Mercado (Mariano 46’), Nico Pareja, Rami, Escudero; N’Zonzi, Iborra; Sarabia (Jovetic 46’), Nasri, Vitolo; Ben Yedder (Joaquín Correa 68’). 4-2-3-1.
1-0. 27. Morgan. Got on the end of long Mahrez free kick to turn ball in with thigh.
2-0. 54. Albrighton. Fired shot past Rico after Rami headed back Mahrez centre.
Yellow cards: Nasri 18’, 74’, Vitolo 59’, Vardy 74’, Schmeichel 79’, Ndidi 84’, Mahrez 89’ / red cards: Nasri 74’.
Sevilla are out of the Champions League after they lost 2-0 at Leicester on Tuesday evening! Wes Morgan gave the Premier League side the lead somewhat against the run of play when he turned the ball in with his thigh following a Mahrez free kick with just under half an hour gone. Soon after the restart Escudero curled a shot against the bar, but just a minute later Albrighton made it two with a low shot past Sergio Rico after Rami could only head a Mahrez centre in to his path. A few minutes later Nasri was sent off for a second yellow card after clashing with Vardy, but the Andalusians had a chance to level the tie when Schmeichel brought down Vitolo in the area with ten minutes to go. However for the second two in two games the keeper saved the Andalusians’ spot kick, this time from N’Zonzi, and Vardy and Slimani could have extended the lead for the locals near the end.