Leicester 'really wanted it', says Morgan

 03 Apr 2016 - 18:54

 Leicester 'really wanted it', says Morgan
Leicester City's Wes Morgan (C) celebrates their win at the final whistle of the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester City and Southampton at The King Power Stadium in Leicester, Britain, 03 April 2016. EPA/TIM KEETON

Leicester, United Kingdom: Leicester City match-winner Wes Morgan said desire had been the key ingredient after his side sank Southampton 1-0 on Sunday to move seven points clear in the Premier League. The 32-year-old Jamaica centre-back headed home a cross from Christian Fuchs in the 38th minute to end an 11-month goal drought and leave underdogs Leicester needing 12 points from their last six games to claim the title. Second-place Tottenham Hotspur had inadvertently left the door open after drawing 1-1 at Liverpool on Saturday and Leicester captain Morgan said that he and his team-mates had been determined to take advantage.

AFP