Its not just Jamie Vardy’s electric pace and never-ending sprints that make him the superstar he now is.
The Leicester City attacking talisman is a menace for any centre-back and is a full 90 minute workout for the opponents. His calling towards the England squad is inevitable in the same way that Claudio Ranieri’s award as manager of the year is.
Vardy has scored the opening goal TWELVE times this season. That is astounding. Their game against Everton is their 37th league game and, in nearly a third of them, Jamie Vardy has opened the scoring. Aside from his record breaking exploits, his naughty backheel for England or his troublesome temper, that is unbelievable.
No sluggish starts for Vardy, no sleepy first 15 minutes, he flies at you from the off and he punishes even the slightest of mistakes by the opposition defence.
— Match of the Day (@BBCMOTD) May 7, 2016
What a story it has been. From Fleetwood to a probably member of the European Championship squad this summer, Jamie Vardy is not just a fairy tale story, he’s damn good as well.