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Vancouver Foxes: Game should be over, by far the better side. More goals will come.
Joseph Trotter: Mahrez approached that penalty like an afternoon tea with his aunt. Casual bordering on lackadaisical.
Stoke City midfielder on BBC Radio 5 live's weekend preview show
"I know Jonjo Shelvey personally. I think Newcastle is a great move for him. They have passionate fans. He'll become a local hero there. He'll drive that team like it's his own. He can add goals to his game.
"After they sold Yohan Cabaye I wouldn't say they had a goalscoring midfielder but he has that - he can score free-kicks and long-distance goals. He's different to what they've got."
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Former Leicester City captain on BBC Radio Leicester
"There will be a tinge of regret for Leicester, leading just 1-0 at half-time. But the Foxes performance has been confident, dominant, decisive. they have looked a level above, in truth.
"I don't want to be too rude about Villa though. There's still a half of football to play."
Newcastle manager Steve McClaren was full of praise for Jonjo Shelvey after his impressive Magpies debut following his £12m move from Swansea.
Shelvey had a hand in both Newcastle goals and McClaren told Match of the Day: "He is a very, very good player with real potential and it will suit him playing in this team, a team of footballers.
"You will not see a better goal than our second goal. It was a great touch and long pass by Jonjo for Daryl Janmaat, who put in a great cross for a great finish by Georginio Wijnaldum."
West Ham manager Slaven Bilic told Match of the Day: "The second half was good from us. We were much better than in the first half when they were better, let's be honest.
"They scored two goals very early and it gave them confidence but from the first minute of the game they were getting to second balls and looked hungrier, sharper, quicker more everything.
"In the second half we improved a lot and in the end we could have nicked a point when we had a great chance to equalise. But, overall, they deserved to beat us."Copyright: Getty Images
Newcastle boss Steve McClaren told Match of the Day: "It was a well deserved win, it shouldn't have been close. We had a fantastic first half - the first 20 minutes we had real intensity, got about them, played great football and scored two great goals.
"We had a few chances to get a third goal and we needed it. They must have gone in at half-time thinking 'wow, get in' because it was only 2-0.
"Then we gifted them a goal, but we didn't get nervous, we kept playing, we had chances that we didn't take but defended well and saw the game through."
Former Leicester City captain on BBC Radio LeicesterCopyright: Reuters
"Tim Sherwood used to be intense on the sidelines. Remi Garde just isn't... he looks like he's out walking his dog!"
There's no chance in the promotion and playoff places in the League Two table.
Plymouth, who have scored in each of their last 18 home league games, stay top after their 3-2 win against Stevenage.
Northampton denied Dagenham a first league home win of the season, coming from behind to win 2-1.
Wycombe prepared for their FA Cup third round replay against Aston Villa midweek with a 1-0 defeat at Hartlepool.
Accrington vs Portsmouth was postponed, and Oxford face Bristol Rovers at home on Sunday.Copyright: .
Ash Williams:That penalty save will not save Villa. It's just prolonging the inevitable
JavelBleach: Peno missed! Justice. Cissokho's arm was protecting his face, in front not to the side.
Jay: That's two penalties Mahrez has missed now. Why isn't Vardy taking these?
David Robinson: Lazy arrogance in that penalty from Mahrez. Deserved to miss.
It is all going off now! Leicester have a penalty after Aly Cissokho punished for handball after blocking Riyad Mahrez's shot in the box. The same Leicester man takes the spot-kick, but it is saved by Mark Bunn. Could be a crucial moment in the game.Copyright: Reuters
Former Leicester City captain on BBC Radio Leicester
"A goal out of absolutely nowhere. You have to be on your toes when Jamie Vardy is in town!
"It was a superb first-time effort, trying to lob the keeper Bunn. It was a great save but Okasaki was onto it in a flash. I thought he was a bit lackadaisical with his finish but the referee got the nod in his earpiece.
"Goal, 1-0 to Leicester, and they're good for it."
Leicester lead. And go top of the league as it stands. Mark Bunn claws out Jamie Vardy's superb lob and manages to push away Shinji Okazaki's follow-up, but not before it has crossed the line. Goal-line technology in action. Computer says yes.Copyright: reu
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Burton stay top of League One after a 2-0 win at Coventry. Stuart Beavon scored his first goal in 14 league games.
Walsall are up to second after holding on to beat Bury 3-2, having been 3-0 up at half time.
Gillingham move down to third after throwing away a 2-0 lead to draw 2-2 at Doncaster.
And Blackpool are out of the relegation zone after a 5-0 win at home to Scunthorpe, the first time they've scored five in a match since August 2012.