Leicester make the Champions League look easy with 3-0 win at Brugge

Claudio Ranieri suggested last season’s heroic Premier League title was a dream for Leicester City. After a perfect start to their 2016/17 European campaign, it seems the midlands club is yet to wake up.

It started perfectly against Club Brugge, with Marc Albrighton arriving to the party early on.

If you’d given a blank script and a pen to a Foxes fan, they couldn’t have written it any better.

Leicester looked right at home in the competition, notching a third goal after half-time. They’ll hope for three more points when Brugge come to the King Power Stadium.

It truly was a night that Leicester fans will never forget.

Fans of Ranieri’s men will hope the best is yet to come, however. Just how far could they go in this competition?

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