The King of FA Cup Kelechi Iheanacho put on the “Senior Man Kelz” show on Saturday afternoon as a thunder strike from the Nigerian, outside the box found the inside roof of the net and propel Leicester to the FA Cup fifth round.
The Nigerian international started the game from the bench and responded in style when called into action in the second half.
Evans and Iversen has both displayed great goalkeeping skills in the match, with Walsall’s Evans making a double save to deny Patson Daka the opener.
Tielemans was also unlucky to get the Foxes ahead as he struck a penalty at the upright after Patson Daka was deemed to have been fouled in the box.
However, there was nothing he could do about Kelechi Iheanacho 68th minute strike, just 5 minutes after coming on for Patson Daka.
No active player has more FA Cup than Kelechi Iheanacho who always turns up in the competition despite Leicester struggles in the league.
Igeanacho is also the top scoring African in FA Cup history with 17 goals in 23 appearances.