Arsene Wenger praises Claude Puel's appointment at Leicester City

Esther Moore
October 30, 2017

Everton conceded two goals in 11 first-half minutes to ensure Claude Puel made the "perfect" start as Leicester's new manager, damaging Unsworth's hopes of landing the job permanently.

Puel, 56, also a former manager of Monaco, Lyon and Nice in France, will take charge of his first game on Sunday when the Foxes host Everton at the King Power Stadium.

The electric winger demonstrated every bit of quality that he has in tonight's performance, and if he continues that way, he may soon be an indispensable part of this Leicester City side.

But despite reaching the Champions League quarter-finals previous year, Leicester struggled in the league until a late-season flourish lifted them to 12th in the table.

A roller coaster few years for the midlands club have seen them win the Championship title, stave off relegation against the odds and become Premier League champions, bringing Champions League football to the King Power Stadium.

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It was a good question but, unfortunately, Puel had absolutely no idea what was said due to Carragher's strong Liverpool accent.

On the game, Gray added: "The boys know that once we score the first goal we can be flying and we did throughout the first half and I think that was important for us". Leicester shocked the football world two seasons ago by seeing off the Premier League powerhouses to secure the title, with the likes of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez stealing the headlines.

Turns out not too much. Gray got on the ball and split them open.

The change resulted in Everton ending the match with 16 attempts on goal, but they were unable to convert any of them and slumped to their third defeat of the week.

"But the lads have dug in and the main thing is we've come in with the three points".

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