PL International Cup: Muskwe takes Leicester to knockout stages

Striker's double earns comeback victory against Feyenoord and place in International Cup quarter-finals

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Admiral Muskwe scored twice as Leicester City came from behind to beat Feyenoord 3-1 and reach the quarter-finals of the Premier League International Cup.
Leicester had the chance to open the scoring when Muskwe won a penalty, but he could not convert it.
The Dutch side capitalised, leading through Dylan Vente's first-half header, before Josh Knight equalised in the 56th minute, his second goal in the competition.
Muskwe (pictured, above left) headed in Kiernan Dewbury-Hall's corner and slotted in his second in the 84th minute to earn Leicester's place in the last eight as one of the two best runners-up.
They finished second behind Reading in Group B with six points, edging ahead on goal difference the Group E runners-up Liverpool, who miss out.
The final place in the quarter-finals will be decided this evening, with Brighton & Hove Albion needing to avoid defeat by Bayern Munich to qualify from Group D.

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