How They Got to the Final

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How They Got to the Final


Leicester

ROUND 2, First Leg: Scarborough 0, Leicester 2. Goals from two of Martin O'Neill's young guns, Mustapha Izzet and Jamie Lawrence, give City a comfortable win.

ROUND 2, Second Leg: Leicester 2, Scarborough 1. Lawrence's diving header and Garry Parker's penalty see Leicester over a tricky hurdle.

ROUND 3: York City 0, Leicester 2. York had beaten Everton in the second round but are no match for Leicester once Neil Lennon scores the opener. Simon Grayson's second goal clinches victory.

ROUND 4: Leicester 2, Manchester United 0. Goals by Steve Claridge and Emile Heskey see off an under-strength United side, though no-one at Filbert Street is complaining.

ROUND 5: Ipswich 0, Leicester 1. Forgotten striker Mark Robins makes his first start since September and repays Martin O'Neill's faith with a 25-yard blockbuster to beat Ipswich.

SEMI-FINAL, First Leg: Leicester 0, Wimbledon 0. A war of attrition at Filbert Street as two of the Premiership's surprise sides thrash it out. City, badly hit by injuries and suspensions, are satisfied with the scoreline.

SEMI-FINAL, Second Leg: Wimbledon 1, Leicester 1. Leicester reach their first major final for 28 years on the away goals rule. Simon Grayson's powerful header puts them in command though they are grateful for two late goalline clearances by Garry Parker. …

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