'LET'S KEEP IT UP' - MAHREZ CHARGES MANCHESTER CITY AFTER WINNING START

The defending champions got off to a flying start against Unai Emery's side to the delight of the former Leicester City winger

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Unai Emery PhotoUnai Emery: Unai Emery Etxegoien is a Spanish football coach, currently in charge of Sevilla FC.
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Leicester City PhotoLeicester City: Leicester City Football Club , also known as The Foxes, is an English professional football club based at the King Power Stadium in Leicester. They currently play in the Football League Championship, having been promoted as champions from Football League One in the 200809 season.