Andy (1988) KING

Leicester City FC

Andy (1988) KING - Leicester City FC - 2016/17 Champions League.

Photo/Foto: George Herringshaw

Date: 27 September 2016

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    • POSITION
      Midfielder
    • DATE OF BIRTH
      Saturday, 29 October 1988
    • PLACE OF BIRTH
      Barnstaple, England.
  • INTERNATIONAL
  • Wales
  • CLUBS
  • Leicester City FC
    • Club Career Dates
      2007-2020.
    • League Debut
      Tuesday, 2nd October 2007 in a 0-0 draw at home to Wolverhampton Wanderers (Aged: 18)
    • Club Career
      329 League appearances 55 goals.
  • Bristol City FC
    • Club Career Dates
    • League Debut
      7th August 2021 in 1-1 home draw with Blackpool.
    • Club Career
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Andy (1988) KING - Leicester City FC - 2016/17 Champions League.

Andy King is pictured above during Leicester City's first ever home game in the UEFA

Champions League - against Porto (the 2003/04 Champions and 2010/11

Europa League winners). Leicester qualified as the 2015/16 Premiership Champions

and beat Porto 1-0, with a goal scored by Islam Slimani, who only months earlier was

playing for Sporting Lisbon (Sporting Clube de Portugal). In Portugal he was known as the

Dragon Slayer because he kept scoring winning goals against Porto (known as The Dragons).

To those who wait. It was Andy's tenth season at Leicester and his Champions league debut.

 

2016/17 Champions League. Group Stage.

 

Leicester City (1) v (0) FC Porto. (Slimani 25m). Leicester City Stadium, Leicester. 27th. September 2016. 

Leicester City.

Kasper Schmeichel (GK), 2. Luis Hernandez, 4. Danny Drinkwater, 5. Wes Morgan (C), 6. Robert Huth,
9. Jamie Vardy (7. Ahmed Musa 90+4 min), 11. Marc Albrighton, 13. Daniel Amartey, 28. Christian Fuchs,

19. Islam Slimani (10. Andy King 62 min), 26. Riyad Mahrez (22. Demarai Gray 88 min).

FC Porto.

1. Iker Casillas (GK), 5. Iván Marcano, 10. André Silva, 11. Adrián López (16. Hector Herrera 63 min)
13. Alex Telles, 20. André André (C) (19. Diogo Jota 63 min), 21. Miguel Layún,  22. Danilo, 

25. Otávio, 28. Felipe, 30. Óliver Torres (17. Jesús Corona 77 min).

 

Leicester City (1) v (0) Copenhagen. (Mahrez 40m). Leicester City Stadium, Leicester. 18th. October 2016.

Leicester City.

Kasper Schmeichel (GK), 4. Danny Drinkwater, 5. Wes Morgan (C), 6. Robert Huth,
9. Jamie Vardy (20. Shinji Okazaki 85 min), 10. Andy King, 11. Marc Albrighton, 13. Daniel Amartey,

19. Islam Slimani (23. Leonardo Ulloa 88 min), 26. Riyad Mahrez (13. Daniel Amartey 90+2 min), 28 Christian Fuchs.

Copenhagen.

31. Robin Olsen (GK), 3. Ludwig Augustinsson, 5. Erik Johansson, 6. William Kvist, 7. Benjamin Verbič (33. Rasmus Falk 66 min),

8. Thomas Delaney (C), 11. Andreas Cornelius, 19. Federico Santander, 22. Peter Ankersen (16. Ján Greguš 87 min),

24. Youssef Toutouh (23. Andrija Pavlović 85 min), 25. Mathias Jørgensen.

 

Leicester City (2) v (1) Club Brugge KV  (Okazaki 5m, Mahrez 30m pen, Izquierdo 52m). Leicester City Stadium. 22/11/16.

Leicester City.

21. Ron-Robert Zieler (GK), 4. Danny Drinkwater, 5. Wes Morgan (C), 6. Robert Huth,
9. Jamie Vardy, 10. Andy King, 11. Marc Albrighton (13. Daniel Amartey 78 min), 17 Danny Simpson,

20. Shinji Okazaki (22. Demarai Gray 68 min), 26. Riyad Mahrez (15. Jeff Schlupp 68 min), 28. Christian Fuchs.
Club Brugge  KV 

1. Ludovic Butelle (GK), 3. Timmy Simons (C), 5. Benoit Poulain, 6. Claudemir (7. Wesley 85 min)

9. Jelle Vossen 62 min), 11. José Izquierdo, 15. Tomás Pina (17. Anthony Limbombe 61 min),
20. Hans Vanaken, 21. Dion Cools, 28. Laurens De Bock (2. Ricardo van Rhijn 70 min), 44. Brandon Mechele.

 

Quarter-Final.  First Leg.

 

Atlético Madrid (1) v (0) Leicester City. (Griezmann 28m pen) Estadio Vicente Calderón, Madrid 12/04/2017.

Leicester City.
1. Kasper Schmeichel (GK) (C), 4. Danny Drinkwater, 6. Robert Huth, 9. Jamie Vardy (19. Islam Slimani 77 min),

11. Marc Albrighton, 17. Danny Simpson, 20. Shinji Okazaki (10. Andy King 64 min), 25. Wilfred Ndidi,

26. Riyad Mahrez,  28. Christian Fuchs, 29. Yohan Benalouane.

Atlético Madrid.

13. Jan Oblak (GK), 2. Diego Godín, 3. Filipe Luís, 6. Koke, 7. Antoine Griezmann, 8. Saúl Ñíguez,

9. Fernando Torres (22. Thomas 75 min), 10. Yannick Carrasco (11. Ángel Correa 65 min),

14. Gabi (C), 15. Stefan Savić, 20. Juanfran.