Leicester once defeated Braga with a 4-0 gap at King Power's house in the first leg but everything changed completely in this rematch. The home advantage was concretely concretized by Braga with a goal in the 4th minute thanks to Al Musrati's goal.
Vardy scored 3-3 equalizer for Leicester at the last seconds
However, the home team's previous advantage only stretched only 5 minutes when Harvey Barnes equalized Leicester after a goal. At the 24th minute, Paulinho finished his vacant net to bring Braga the second time to lead. The score of 2-1 is kept at the end of the first half.
Entering the second half, coach Rodgers turned Tielemans pillars, Jamie Vardy, James Maddison and Ayoze Perez into the field to change the situation and these adjustments immediately worked. 79 minutes, James Maddison had an assist for Luke Thomas to score the match to the starting line.
By 90 minutes, Braga had the third time to lead with the player's goal to pay for Fransergio. Just like the victory was firmly in the home team, Vardy became Leicester's hero to score a scoring of a set of 3-3 draws in the last second.
With this draw, Leicester continues to be unbeaten at the Europa League G Table with a 3 winning achievement. The British representative has won 10 points and officially overcome the last round of 2 matches.
Score: Braga 3-3 Leicester
Braga: Musrati 4 ', Paulinho 24', Fransergio 90 '
Leicester: Barnes 9 ', Thomas 77', Vardy 90 '+ 5
Braga (3-4-2-1): Matheus; Tormena; Sequeira; Viana; Castro; Esgaio; Galeno; Musrati; Paulinho; Medeiros; Horta
Leicester (3-4-2-1): Schmeichel; Fuchs; Justin; Evans; Albrighton; Praet; Choudhury; Thomas; Barnes; Under; Iheanacho