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Neil Johnston

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  1. The End

    So, Leicester are up and running under Claude Puel.

    Meanwhile, problems mount for Everton.

    It's a sticky time for the Toffees.

    Thanks for your company.

    Until next time...

  2. 'First half wasn't acceptable'

    Leicester 2-0 Everton


    Everton caretaker boss David Unsworth, speaking to Sky Sports: "The second half was much better. We gave them a two-goal start - in the first half we didn't perform. Our display was much better after the break.

    "The best tactics I thought was with a diamond and two strikers. Aaron Lennon did OK in the first half and Kevin Mirallas couldn't get into the game. I wanted to be brave and positive in the first half.

    "I went with the best team to try to win. The first half wasn't acceptable, but the second half we didn't get the rewards that our dominance justified.

    "Whoever gets the honour of being Everton boss, including me, needs time with this set of players."

  3. Beginning of something special?

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Leicester City

    Leicester boss Claude Puel on Sky Sports: "I was impressed with my players. It was a very good first half and there were good combinations between the players for the first goal.

    "It was more difficult in the second half because Everton are good.

    "But I saw a team with a good attitude and good structure and solidarity.

    "I want to say thanks to our fantastic fans for their warm welcome.

    "It was a day that was perfect but it's just the beginning I hope of something."

  4. 'We wanted to dictate'

    Leicester City 2-0 Everton


    Phil Jagielka

    Everton defender Phil Jagielka: "We were hoping to dictate the game. We know Leicester like to counter and we'd have possession but we hoped we wouldn't be 2-0 down at the time. Things would have been more edgy at 1-0 not 2-0 - take your hat off to Leicester's defending."

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    David Nicholson-Hirst: If Leicester changed their manager every six weeks I think they could win the league again.

    The Foxes have won three games on the bounce since Craig Shakespeare departed.

  6. What next?

    What now for David Unsworth?

    His chances of landing the Everton job full-time have surely faded but the caretaker boss has to pick the players up for Thursday's Europa League game with Lyon (18:00 GMT) in France.

    Leicester's next game is at Stoke in the Premier League next Saturday (12:30 GMT).

  7. Post update

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  8. 'Gray split them open'

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Leicester City

    Leicester goalscorer Jamie Vardy talking to Sky Sports: "The gaffer's come in this week. He said this week he didn't want to change too much - just tactical tweaks."

    "We hit them on the counter for the first goal. Gray got on the ball and split them open. We showed we are capable of defending a lead. The main thing is we got three points."

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    Cockney Parmesan: Could've predicted Unsworth would bring back the good old British 4-4-2, exposing their ageing defence even further.

    Mr.Ineffable: All the Everton encouraging signs of glimmer and hope after the defeat to Chelsea B team seems to have disappeared.

    David Unsworth
  10. '100% my goal'

    Leicester City 2-0 Everton

    Leicester City

    Leicester City's Demarai Gray, speaking on Sky Sports, on whether the second goal should be his.

    "100% my goal – I’ll take it and the three points. The boys know if we score the first goal we can be flying from there. Second half they put pressure on but we saw it out.

    "I’ve had to wait a long time for my opportunities. It’s a new start."

  11. Worst record since 1994-95

    Leicester 2-0 Everton


    Jordan Picjford

    Everton have conceded 20 goals in their first 10 league games of the season. It's their worst record since 1994-95 at this stage (22).

    The Toffees will spend another week in the relegation zone after taking just one point from the last four top-flight games.

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    Tunde Paul: Are Leicester the new mini Chelsea? Sack, hire new manager and get a result.

    Matthew Okot: People acting like Puel had taken Southampton down. He finished 8th and reached a cup final.

  13. Foxes up to 11th

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Riyad Mahrez and Claude Puel

    This was Leicester's third straight win in all competitions.

    They started the day 15th in the table but are not up to 11th - what a start by Puel.

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    Tony Kibble: Evertoninept, devoid of ideas, in serious, serious trouble.

    Frank_Lopez: Lets look at the bright side: the Rooney merchandise is going well. That was an excellent deal by Walsh and Koeman.

    Steve Johnson: Where is David Moyes when Everton need him the most?


    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Claude Puel's Leicester reign is off to a winning start.

    Kasper Schmeichel
  16. Post update

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Three minutes additional time.

    Leicester fans are taunting their rivals with chants of 'going down, going down...'


    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Jamie Vardy won't be on the pitch at the final whistle. Another standing ovation as he is replaced by Kelechi Iheanacho.

    Jamie Vardy
  18. Post update

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    The noise levels rise a couple of notches as the seconds tick down.

    Claude Puel is moments away from a winning start.

    Leighton Baines tries his luck from outside the area. Over the bar.

  19. Post update

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Deary me.

    Everton escape falling further behind as Vicente Iborra gets the ball trapped under his feet with the goal at his mercy following Vardy's cross.

    Should have been 3-0.

  20. Post update

    Leicester 2-0 Everton

    Claude Puel will be pleased with the result if it stays like this but Leicester haven't been anything like as threatening this half.

    No home fans are leaving. They haven't witnessed a home league win for more than two months and Foxes fans are staying to the end.