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Foxes 1 - 0 Black Cats

Martin O'Neill returned, and left the loser as Leicester beat Sunderland 1-0 in today's plum friendly.

Leicester:

Schmeichel, De Laet (Schlupp 46), Morgan (c), Moore, Konchesky (Parkes 68), Marshall, James (Danns 46), Drinkwater (King 46), Dyer (Knockaert 46), Beckford (Waghorn 46), Vardy (Nugent 43).

Subs: Logan, Gallagher.

Goals - Parkes (72).

Sunderland:

Westwood, Gardner, O'Shea (Egan, 75), Kilgallon (Meyler,46), Bramble (Cuellar, 46), Cattermole (Knott, 80), Elmohamady (Larsson, 46), Colback, Campbell (Noble, 75), Richardson (Adams, 75), McClean.

Subs:

Mignolet.

Att - 9293

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Writer:SvensAmbition
Date:Saturday August 11 2012
Time: 6:08PM

Comments

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Good result. I think Leicester lost this friendly last year, did they not?
simonpoole84
11/08/2012 18:21:00
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Madrid was 2-1 to them in the plum home tie last season from memory.
SvensAmbition
11/08/2012 19:36:00
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Maybe it was the year before...I remember we played Sunderland but it must have been 2010. Waghorn had gone back to Sunderland and was playing for them at that point, so perhaps it was when Sousa was in charge...
simonpoole84
11/08/2012 21:13:00
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2-1 back in 2010 wasn't it? Sorry, thought you meant 'similar' fixture to begin with.
SvensAmbition
11/08/2012 23:00:00
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