Leicester City star Jamie Vardy has enjoyed a remarkable campaign following his efforts to keep his side in the Premier League last season.
The 29-year-old has written himself an incredible story, as he was playing non-league football a few years ago and is now a great hope for England for the upcoming European Championships in the summer.
He broke records, won individual awards, scored wonder goals and is now two away from leading the league’s scoring charts.
Vardy has already registered 24 strikes this term, level with Manchester City star Sergio Aguero, and one away from Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane.
With one match left until the end of the season, he could still overtake his fellow countryman to secure the crown following his brace against Everton at the weekend.
So, let’s have a look at TEN pictures that summed up Jamie Vardy’s season playing for Leicester City this season!
Jamie Vardy set the stage for his remarkable title run after netting a goal in the 4-2 victory over Sunderland on opening day.
After scoring his second goal of the campaign, Jamie Vardy would soon find out that scoring was second nature to him as he embarked on an amazing run of form.
Jamie Vardy proved to be a huge force when he netted in 10 consecutive matches for Leicester City, equalling the record previously set by Manchester United legend Ruud van Nisterooy.
The stage was set when Jamie Vardy scored in his 11th consecutive Premier League match during the 1-1 draw with Van Nisterooy’s former club, Manchester United, writing himself into the history books for the feat.
Jamie Vardy became only the fifth player to win the Premier League Player of the Month award in consecutive months after impressing throughout October as well as November.
Aside from all his important goals for the Foxes this season, Jamie Vardy also netted what could be his best ever goal when he struck a half-volley from range after catching Liverpool goalkeeper Simon Mignolet off his line.
Despite being called up to the England national team back in 2015, it wasn’t until 2016 that Jamie Vardy showcased his scoring talents at international level by netting his first goal with a beautiful backheel in the 3-2 friendly win over Germany.
All great players have a bad day and it seems as though Jamie Vardy finally found his when he was sent off following a second yellow card offence for simulation. However, before being given his marching orders, he managed to continue his scoring form by registering one goal.
Given that Jamie Vardy had 22 goals to his name at this point, it was no shock when he was included into the PFA Team of the Year along with team-mates Riyad Mahrez, N’Golo Kante, and West Morgan.
With title chasers Tottenham Hotspur drawing 2-2 in their match against Chelsea, Leicester City were immediately confirmed as Premier League champions. However, it wasn’t until their 3-1 home win over Everton that the players, including Jamie Vardy, were able to celebrate their sensational triumph at King Power Stadium.