England striker, Jamie Vardy has become the first player to score in eight straight Premier League games. Vardy meets his own record that he achieved in 2015 and no one has beaten since then.
The Leicester striker keeps his amazing spot scoring a brace on Sunday, winning 4-1 against Aston Villa. And he becomes the first player to score in eight successive League games. That he once earned himself in the year the Foxes won the Premier League title.
Vardy has goals in a record-breaking 11 continuous matches during Leicester City’s remarkable title-winning season. And is now urging to expand on that milestone.
In addition, the 32-year-old is the English top flight’s most famous prolific forward. Now the Foxes has eight straight league wins and nine across all competitions. Retaining second on the table with nine points behind leaders Liverpool.
While Vardy is just the second player in Premier League history to score 8 games on two occasions. Following Ruud van Nistelrooy in January 2002 and August 2003.
Jamie put Leicester ahead at Villa Park with his 20th-minute goal, before Kelechi Iheanacho helped the Foxes’ advantage from close range. And Jonny Evans boosting the scoreline with Vardy second goal ensures the great win.
But, the Foxes look forward to receiving Norwich City on Saturday before visiting Manchester City next Saturday. They must look ahead the tough matches to know if they could keep their streaks.