- Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was the standout player for Leicester in routine win
- He was on the scoresheet alongside Patson Daka and Yunus Akgun
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Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was the stand-out performer as Championship leaders Leicester moved 10 points clear of the chasing pack.
Dewsbury-Hall struck in the third minute after Leicester goalkeeper Mads Hermansen had denied Jerry Yates a shock Swansea opener.
Patson Daka, back following Zambia’s Africa Cup of Nations exit, back-heeled through Nathan Wood’s legs to send Dewsbury-Hall through unimpeded.
Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall was the star of the show for Leicester in a comfortable win
He broke the deadlock and the Foxes moved 10 points clear at the Championship summit
The Foxes spurned other chances before the break, including Daka’s failure to hit the target from four yards.
Dewsbury-Hall was guilty of a similar miss early in the second period before Mavididi made sure of the points from the spot in the 69th minute after Wood had brought Daka down.