Liverpool fans are reacting the same way after Jamie Vardy’s nasty red card v Wolves

Leicester City beat newly-promoted Wolves 2-0 at the King Power Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Matt Doherty scored an unfortunate own goal in the 29th minute, heading home a deflected Marc Albrighton cross.

Summer signing James Maddison doubled Leicester’s advantage on the stroke of half-time with a fine goal.

Wolves hit the woodwork on three occasions but the 10-man Foxes held on to secure their first victory of the season.

The biggest talking point of the game surrounded Mike Dean’s decision to dish out a red card.

It was a moment of madness from Leicester’s main man.

VARDY RED CARD
England striker Jamie Vardy was shown a straight red card for a terrible challenge on Doherty in the 66th minute.

The 31-year-old forward won the ball first but could’ve seriously injured his opponent with a dangerous tackle.

Leicester are unlikely to appeal the red card and Vardy will serve a three-game suspension.

He won’t be available to face his former club Fleetwood Town in the League Cup – and will also miss Premier League games against Southampton and Liverpool.

Vardy has an incredible goalscoring record against Liverpool, scoring seven goals in his last five outings.