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  1. Jamie Vardy scores in 10th successive game to equal record

Jamie Vardy scores in 10th successive game to equal record

Leicester City's Jamie Vardy equalled the Premier League record by scoring in a 10th successive match to put his side ahead at Newcastle United on the stroke of halftime on Saturday.

By: | London | Published: November 22, 2015 9:06 AM

Leicester City’s Jamie Vardy equalled the Premier League record by scoring in a 10th successive match to put his side ahead at Newcastle United on the stroke of halftime on Saturday.

The 28-year-old striker equalled the record set in 2003 by Ruud van Nistelrooy of Manchester United.

He is now one off the all-time top flight record of Stan Mortensen, who scored in 11 consecutive Division One games for Blackpool in 1950-51.

Vardy began his scoring run with a goal against Bournemouth on Aug.29.

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