Fryatt helps Foxes to~winning start

Matty Fryatt struck twice as Leicester shook off last season's relegation with a confident 2-0 home win over MK Dons.

Last Updated: 09/08/08 at 19:38 Post Comment

Fryatt: In top form for Foxes

Fryatt: In top form for Foxes

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In the 24th minute Fryatt latched on to Joe Mattock's through ball and was upended by Dons defender Sean O'Hanlon in the penalty box.

Fryatt stroked home his spot-kick with keeper Willy Gueret diving the wrong way.

The visitors' best chance of the game came in a rare break-away when Dean Lewington's free-kick fell to Aaron Wilbraham but Paul Henderson was alert to his angled drive.

Leicester wrapped up the game after 83 minutes when Max-Alain Gradel stole the ball from Jude Stirling before feeding Fryatt, who guided the ball home from 10 yards.

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