England legend Lineker criticises Ahmed Musa, Claudio Ranieri Response

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Sacked Leicester City chief Claudio Ranieri has come in for overwhelming feedback from England legend Gary Lineker for placing confidence in Ahmed Musa notwithstanding the Nigeria forward’s poor keep running of frame.

Musa was worked on the correct flank in Wednesday’s UEFA Champions League 2-1 vanquish by La Liga equip Sevilla at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan, however the 24-year-old, who moved to Leicester from Russian powerhouse CSKA Moscow for a club record £16.6m the previous summer, turned out an execution well worse than average.

The Premier League champions ought to be appreciative to their Danish goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel, who made a string of top attract spares the experience.

What’s more, Lineker, who communicated his mistake with his old club’s appearing against the Spaniards, scrutinized Musa for another disillusioning execution.

“Defend Claudio to the end after last season but his faith in Musa is baffling. Now I’ve said it, please prove me wrong,” the former Leicester striker, who holds England’s record for most goals in the World Cup with 10, wrote on his Twitter page. “Haha beautifully timed tweet. Bye Musa.”
As indicated by insights, previous Kano Pillars star Musa, who has just four objectives to his name in 28 appearances for the battling Foxes this season, got just 20 touches in 57 minutes before Ranieri sent on Demarai Gray in the wake of evacuating him.

In the interim, Lineker condemned Leicester’s choice to sack Ranieri.
Ranieri was mercilessly given the boot by the Foxes only 298 days subsequent to driving them to the Premier League title, as per Daily Star.

Leicester’s fortunes have tumbled this season and they are as of now involved in a transfer fight.

In any case, the 56-year-old previous Barcelona striker trusts the choice to hack out Ranieri is a sign the “diversion’s gone”.

He tweeted, “After all that Claudio Ranieri has done for Leicester City, to sack him now is inexplicable, unforgivable and gut-wrenchingly sad.”

The ex-Tottenham forward included, “Claudio Ranieri? Sacked? Truly? Dilly Ding Dilly Game’s Gone.”

Remember Claudio Ranieri is the man that led Leicester city to the victory of winning the most toughest league in the world, english premier league in 2016, just last year.
However one thing you must understand in business is that you must not be emotional in making decision because you will always be praised and be rewarded when doing well and you should always be punished as well when things is going wrong mostly if you are the position of decision making. and that is exacly what has happened to Claudio Ranieri.