QUICK-FIRE OKAZAKI GETS LEICESTER UP AND RUNNING

LEICESTER: Shinji Okazaki set up Leicester's first win of the Premier League season as the Japan forward's quick-fire strike inspired a 2-0 success against Brighton on Saturday. Okazaki took just 52 seconds to open the scoring at the King Power Stadium and Harry Maguire doubled Leicester's advantage after the interval. Following Leicester's 4-3 defeat at Arsenal in their first match, it was essential for Craig Shakespear...

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