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Revealed! This is where Leicester City would be without Jamie Vardy… it’s not pretty

first_img Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy Jamie Vardy broke Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record to become the first player in Premier League history to score in 11 consecutive games.In true fairytale style, the England international etched his name in the history books at the King Power Stadium, as Leicester City drew 1-1 with Manchester United, leaving supporters applauding his meteoric rise from non-league football.But while reports and headlines have centred upon the goals that he has scored, what may be of more interest – certainly to Claudio Ranieri – is how important his form in the final third has been for his club’s rise to the top of the table.Has he been as key, for example, as Harry Kane was to Tottenham Hotspur last season?talkSPORT has the answer, as we reveal the stats that show how crucial the 28-year-old has been for the Foxes (all stats correct up to 2 December 2015).– Vardy has scored 14 goals and earned the Foxes 14 points– Without him, Leicester City wouldn’t be challenging Manchester City for top spot, rather they would be level with Chelsea on 15 points in 14th place– Vardy, however, isn’t the only player that has been key to their shock rise in the Premier League, as team-mate Riyad Mahrez has earned nine points through his seven goals– Without Vardy and Mahrez’s contributions, Leicester would have just six points this season 1last_img read more

Shuttler Sindhu welcomes MeToo movement

first_imgNew Delhi, Oct 10 (IANS) Rio silver medallist P.V.Sindhu on Wednesday encouraged people from various walks of life to step out and speak on harassment while distancing herself from the comments of senior shuttler Jwala Gutta, who had alleged “mental harassment” by an unnamed coach.”I appreciate that people have come forward and spoken about it. I respect it,” Sindhu said on the sidelines of a Vodafone event where the telecom giant launched a woman-specific service “Sakhi”.On being probed if she was aware of any such incident in her sport, the Hyderabadi said: “Well I don’t know about seniors and coaches. As far as I am concerned, it’s been fine and good for me.”Sindhu’s comments came a day after 2010 Commonwealth Games women’s doubles gold medallist Jwala, without taking any names, alleged mental harassment by a coach.”Maybe I should talk about the mental harassment I had to go through. Since 2006, since this person became the chief ..threw me out of national team inspite of me being a national champion. The latest was when I returned from Rio, I am out of national team again. one of the reasons I stopped playing!!” she wrote.”So when this person couldn’t get through to me…he threatened my partners, harassed them…made sure to isolate me in every manner…even after Rio…the one who I was gonna play mixed (doubles) with was threatened..and I was just thrown out of the team,” Jwala added.Praising the features of the “Sakhi” service, Sindhu said: “It’s a great initiative. I appreciate it. When we talk about women, they are scared to go out at night or work late in the night, or chase their dreams, in any way, it’s a good thing that Vodafone Sakhi has come up with in any moment of emergency.””Now there have been a lot of changes in the country. We women should be brave enough, we can achieve our dreams and shouldn’t be scared of anything,” she added.–IANStri/bgadvertisementlast_img read more

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