Orient shocked by~late Foxes goals

Leicester striker Matty Fryatt and midfielder Andy King scrambled late goals to earn their side a 3-1 win at Leyton Orient on Saturday.

Last Updated: 20/09/08 at 18:57 Post Comment

Fryatt: Scored an important late goal

Fryatt: Scored an important late goal

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City keeper David Martin was rarely troubled in the opening half hour, but escaped without a card of either colour when he handled outside the box.

Late goals from Matt Fryatt and Andy King helped free-scoring Leicester get back to winning ways at Brisbane Road.

Lloyd Dyer grabbed Leicester's opener after 11 minutes before Adam Chambers levelled matters for Orient before half time.

Despite a dominant second half, it seemed Leicester may be denied all three points with Os keeper Glenn Morris producing a string of fine saves.

However it was not to be, as with just five minutes remaining Fryatt scored from close range before King capped off a fine display to score a last-minute third.

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