Suara.com – Leicester City won the top of Group C of the Europa League after beating Legia Warsaw on the fifth matchday, Friday (11/26/2021) early morning WIB. Here are some interesting facts after Leicester beat Legia Warsaw. In the match at the King Power Stadium, The Foxes — nicknamed Leicester City — beat Legia Warsaw with a score of 3-1. Their goals were scored by Patson Daka (11′), James Maddison (21′) and Wilfred Ndidi (33′). While the visitors had to settle for only being able to pack one consolation goal through Filip Mladenovic in the 27th minute. This result makes Leicester City rise to the top of the rankings with a collection of eight points. Here are interesting facts after Leicester beat Legia Warsaw as compiled from Opta: Leicester City have never lost a group stage match at the King Power stadium in either the UEFA Europa League or the UEFA Champions League (Main 9, Win 7, Draw 2).Legia Warsaw suffered their first away loss to an English side in European competition, having drawn their previous two away games (1-1 vs Man Utd in April 1991 & 0-0 vs Blackburn in November 1995). Leicester scored three goals in the first half a match in a major European competition (excluding qualifiers) for the second time, before doing so against Glenavon in the Cup Winners’ Cup in September 1961. Only Jamie Vardy (7) has scored more goals for Leicester in all competitions this season than Patson Daka (6) , with five of his six goals for the Foxes coming in the UEFA Europa League. All three of James Maddison’s goals for Leicester in Europe have come at the King Power stadium, while tonight’s match was the third time he has scored and provided an assist in a game for the Foxes in all competitions, previously he did so against Sporting Braga (Nov 2020 in the Europa League) and Brentford (Jan 2021 in the FA Cup). Despite conceding, Kasper Schmeichel made his first penalty save for Leicester (excluding shootouts), since June 2020 vs Brighton in the Premier League, conceding nine consecutive penalty goals for the Foxes in all competitions before tonight. Also Read: Leicester Leads Standing After Bend Legia Warsaw, Here’s Brendan Rodgers’ Comments.