Iheanacho fires Leicester to first FA Cup final in 52 years
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Iheanacho fires Leicester to first FA Cup final in 52 years


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Kelechi Iheanacho's fine form continued as he fired the winner to book Leicester a first FA Cup final appearance in 52 years after a 1-0 semi-final success over Southampton.

Leicester saw out the win quite comfortably in the end and have the chance to win a first-ever FA Cup when they face Chelsea in the final in May. With 4,000 fans in attendance for the first time this year, Jamie Vardy, looking for his first goal since mid-February, had the best chance of a poor first half, looping an effort just over.


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