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Vardy, Iheanacho or Daka: Which Leicester City striker will score the most goals this season?

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Goal's readers have had their say and popular opinion has it the English star will become the Foxes’ top scorer in the 2021-22 campaign

Jamie Vardy will score the most goals for Leicester City in the 2021-22 campaign and not Kelechi Iheanacho or Patson Daka, according to a large portion of Goal readers.

The three strikers are key members of Brendan Rodgers’ squad, and they are expected to get the goals in the Foxes’ bid to challenge for silverware in the ongoing term.

Interestingly, they were part of the Leicester squad that silenced Brentford 2-1 on Sunday, however, none of them found the net against the Bees.

As the season continues to progress, we asked our readers who among Vardy, Iheanacho or Daka will emerge as the King Power Stadium giants’ top scorer.

In a poll conducted on the Goal Africa Twitter handle, a massive 49.7 per cent of total votes believes former England international will score the most goals for Rodgers’ squad.

This is understandable as the 34-year-old is currently the club's leading marksman having scored seven goals so far, coming from nine Premier League matches.

Elsewhere, 26.7 per cent pitched their tents with former RB Salzburg star Daka. Despite struggling for regular playing time, the Zambia international has scored five times so far.

Four of those goals came in their 4-3 triumph over Spartak Moscow in the Europa League.

In the process, he became the first Foxes player to score at least three goals in a single match for the club in a European competition since Derek Hines (vs. Aston Villa in November 1958).

At the bottom of the rating is Nigeria international Iheanacho, who had 23.6 per cent of the votes.

The former Manchester City golden boy is yet to replicate his terrific form from the 2020-21 season, when he helped the East Midlands outfit lift the FA Cup.

If the votes garnered by the Super Eagle is anything to go by, the Nigerian can be adjudged to be of lesser importance to the scheme of things at Leicester City at the moment.

The trio are expected to be in action when Rodgers’ team square up against Brighton and Hove Albion in Wednesday’s League Cup outing. Three days later, they host Arsenal in a Premier League encounter.


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