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Here are the top 10 most nominated moments;
Claridge’s winner at Hillsborough
Steve Claridge scored the winner in extra-time after Leicester undeservedly scrambled to a replay at Hillsborough. This was Leicester’s first major trophy for 30 years and it came against a side captained by current manager, Nigel Pearson.
“This could be the winner from Claridge… It is! Stevie Claridge has given Leicester a place in the Premiership!” Enough said.
Leicester’s headed masterclass
Leicester score 4 headed goals at Pride Park against local rivals, Derby… within 15 minutes of the first whistle. The fastest earned deficit in Premier League history.
Elliott nods home
Matt Elliott heads the second over the line as Leicester beat Tranmere to their second league cup in three seasons.
Howard ends Leicester’s third tier tour
Leicester’s one and only season outside the top two tiers ended in ecstasy as Steve Howard scored a last-minute winner to practically confirm promotion in the battle of the big clubs.
Foxes Never Quit – Leicester 3 Arsenal 3
City enacted a stunning comeback to spite Dennis Bergkamp’s masterclass for Arsenal.
Leicester 5-0 Cambridge
Leicester thrash sorry Cambridge to book yet another trip to Wembley for the 1992 play-off final.
Marshall’s Madrid opener
Ian Marshall’s falling socks bundle the ball across the line to give Leicester a surprise 1-0 lead at the Vicente Calderon in the UEFA Cup.
Silence of the Rams
Steve Walsh puts Derby to the sword as Leicester fight back from a goal down to win the all East Midlands play-off final.
Tony James, one-nil
Unfortunately, there is no YouTube video of it but Tony James’ goal against Oxford United on the last day of the season was absolutely crucial in Leicester City’s history; it was a goal that lifted the Foxes out of the second tier drop zone.