Leicester City sack Claudio Ranieri

Leicester City sack Claudio Ranieri

Pablo Sarabia and Joaquin Correa scored in each half to leave the Spanish club a draw away from reaching the quarterfinals of the European competition for the first time in almost 60 years.

After losing 2-1 to Sevilla in the first leg of their Champions League tie on Wednesday, the Foxes will take on Liverpool on Monday.

Ranieri deserves huge respect for what he's achieved at the club but you simply can not run any operation on yesterday, you must pay attention to what is happening today, and today Leicester City are in real trouble.

"We fight every time, this night a little more".

Leicester will have to find a replacement as they languish in the throes of a relegation battle.

Sevilla dominated possession to such an extent that Samir Nasri and Steven N'Zonzi completed more passes than the entire Leicester team.

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The 65-year-old Italian lost only three matches en route to the league champion last season, have won just five league games this season. His skilful management, powers of motivation and measured approach have been reflective of the rich experience we always knew he would bring to Leicester City.

"I think with the confidence we have with the boys at training ground, we are going to go there and play very well". The capable forward had fallen out of favor in recent times with the English champions who will have to put on a better display than they did against Porto in the last round of the competition where they were thumped 5-0.

Despite Leicester's domestic troubles, Sevilla boss Jorge Sampaoli believes the Foxes can still cause them plenty of trouble.

"This game could be everything", said Ranieri. In all my days of watching football I have yet to see supporters invade a pitch to celebrate a great show of loyalty. "If it wasn't for him, it would have been a very different story".

So the news comes as a massive shock considering the timing. They will take a slender lead to the King Power Stadium for the second leg on March 14.