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Leicester see off Everton with quickfire strikes

10 Dec 2019
Callum Wright

Admiral Muskwe and Callum Wright extend Foxes' winning streak in Division 1, while Aston Villa win eight-goal thriller in Division 2

Two goals in the space of a minute earned Leicester City a fifth successive win in Premier League 2 Division 1 as they beat Everton 2-1.

Toffees goalkeeper Nico Hansen saved a first-half penalty from Admiral Muskwe. But the Foxes forward went on to break the deadlock from a 56th-minute corner and Callum Wright, pictured, doubled the lead mere seconds later.

Anthony Gordon scored a late spot-kick for the reigning champions at the other end, but Leicester held on to secure their eighth victory in all competitions and moved up to third with 22 points.

Everton lost for the fourth successive match, staying eighth with 13 points.

See: Leicester report | Everton report

Elsewhere, Peter Gwargis' equaliser secured a 1-1 draw for Brighton & Hove Albion at Wolverhampton Wanderers after Benny Ashley-Seal's third-minute opener. 

Brighton remain sixth with 16 points while Wolves stay 10th with 11 points.

Division 2

Indiana Vassilev and Jack Clarke both scored twice, while Michael Tait provided a goal and two assists, as Aston Villa beat Middlesbrough 5-3 and moved up to fifth.

Manchester United won for the sixth PL2 match in a row as they came from behind to beat West Bromwich Albion 3-1, with Largie Ramazani, D'Mani Bughail-Mellor and Angel Gomes scoring their goals.

Meanwhile, Stoke City and Swansea City both earned a first win in five matches.

Gabriel Kyeremateng's third-minute strike proved decisive as Stoke won 1-0 at bottom-placed Sunderland, climbing to third.

And a stoppage-time winner from Kees de Boer gave Swansea a 2-1 home win over Norwich City, after Ali Al-Hamadi and Akin Famewo had traded blows for the hosts and visitors respectively.

Monday's PL2 results
Division 1
Division 2


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