The World Cup: LCFC In Russia
Adrien Silva & Ricardo Periera - Spain 3 Portugal 3
Adrien Silva and Ricardo Pereira were unused substitutes in Portugal's 3-3 draw with Spain on Friday 15 June at Fisht Stadium, a match remembered for Cristiano Ronaldo's stunning hat-trick.
Kasper Schmeichel - Peru 0 Denmark 1
Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel kept a clean sheet for Denmark as they beat Peru 1-0 in their first 2018 FIFA World Cup game. The stopper completed 90 minutes as a Yussuf Poulsen strike in the 59th minute was enough for Denmark to secure three points in their first Group C fixture on Saturday 16 June.
Wilfred Ndidi - Croatia 2 Nigeria 0
Wilfred Ndidi played 90 minutes for Nigeria on Saturday 16 June as they lost 2-0 to Croatia at Kaliningrad Stadium in their first Group D encounter.
Ahmed Musa - Croatia 2 Nigeria 0
Ahmed Musa came off the bench for the Super Eagles after 62 minutes.
Kelechi Iheanacho - Croatia 2 Nigeria 0
Kelechi Iheanacho was introduced with 17 minutes left to play. For the first time, there were three City stars on the pitch at once at a World Cup.
Harry Maguire - Tunisia 1 England 2
Harry Maguire became the first Leicester City player to represent England at a FIFA World Cup since 1966 during a dramatic 2-1 victory over Tunisia on Monday 18 June. Maguire's assist laid it up perfectly for Harry Kane to seal a climactic victory for England in the 91st minute.
Jamie Vardy - Tunisia 1 England 2
Foxes striker Jamie Vardy, meanwhile, was an unused substitute for the encounter, as was Tunisian defender Yohan Benalouane.
Shinji Okazaki - Colombia 1 Japan 2
Shinji Okazaki was the latest Leicester City player to feature at the FIFA World Cup on Tuesday 19 June in Japan's 2-1 victory over 10-man Colombia. Five minutes from the end, Okazaki, 32, was introduced to the action, replacing Yuya Osako, to mark a first appearance at his third World Cup for Japan.
Adrien Silva - Portugal 1 Morocco 0
Adrien Silva made his first appearance in Russia on Wednesday 20 June as an 88th minute substitute as Portugal defeated Morocco 1-0, thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo's fourth goal of the tournament.
Kasper Schmeichel - Denmark 1 Australia 1
Kasper Schmeichel conceded for the first time in 571 minutes in international football during Denmark's 1-1 FIFA World Cup draw with Australia on Thursday 21 June, leaving them top of Group B on four points, with France still to play in the second round of group stage fixtures.
Ahmed Musa - Nigeria 2 Iceland 0
Ahmed Musa became the first Leicester City player to ever score at a FIFA World Cup finals, scoring both in Nigeria's 2-0 success over Iceland in Volgograd on Friday 22 June. With Musa being joined by Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho in the starting XI, it was also the first time that three City players have ever featured for one team in the competition.
Yohan Benalouane - Belgium 5 Tunisia 2
Yohan Benalouane made his FIFA World Cup debut as a 41st minute substitute in Tunisia's 5-2 defeat by Belgium in Moscow on Saturday 23 June.
Harry Maguire - England 6 Panama 1
Harry Maguire starred during England's biggest-ever FIFA World Cup victory, a 6-1 rout of Panama, in Group G on Sunday 24 June.
Jamie Vardy - England 6 Panama 1
Jame Vardy was a 63rd minute substitute, replacing Kane, as England maintained their 100 per cent record. It is only the third time that England have won their first two World Cup games (1982 and 2006).
Shinji Okazaki - Japan 2 Senegal 2
Japan's Shinji Okazaki earned his 115th cap from the bench as his country twice came from behind to hold Senegal to a 2-2 draw at Ekaterinburg Arena later in the day.
Adrien Silva - Iran 1-1 Portugal
Adrien Silva put in an excellent 90-minute display on Monday 25 June as Portugal set up a 2018 FIFA World Cup Round of 16 tie with Uruguay.
Kasper Schmeichel - Denmark 0-0 France
Kasper Schmeichel kept another clean sheet on Tuesday 26 June, helping Denmark secure second spot in Group C with a 0-0 draw against Didier Deschamps' men.
Wilfred Ndidi - Nigeria 1-2 Argentina
Nigeria exited the World Cup on Tuesday 26 June following a 2-1 loss in which Ahmed Musa, Kelechi Iheanacho and Wilfred Ndidi all featured from the off.
Shinji Okazaki - Japan 0-1 Poland
Shinji Okazaki started for Japan in their clash with Poland on Thursday 28 June and while they were narrowly beaten 0-1, it proved to be enough to advance to the round of 16 stage.
Jamie Vardy - England 0-1 Belgium
Jamie Vardy started for England in their 1-0 defeat at Belgium in Kaliningrad on Thursday 28 June.
Harry Maguire - England 0-1 Belgium
Harry Maguire was introduced at half-time against Belgium in the Three Lions' final Group G game.
Ricardo Pereira - Uruguay 2-1 Portugal
Ricardo Pereira last appeared for Portugal as they were eliminated from the 2018 World Cup in a 2-1 defeat to Uruguay.
Kasper Schmeichel - Croatia 1-1 Denmark (3-2 on pens)
Kasper Schmeichel saved three penalties but Denmark exited the tournament following their 3-2 shootout defeat to Croatia on Sunday 1 July.
Shinji Okazaki - Belgium 3-2 Japan
Shinji Okazaki was an unused substitute as Japan bowed out of the World Cup after their 3-2 defeat to Belgium on Monday 2 July.
Harry Maguire - Colombia 1-1 England (3-4 on pens)
Harry Maguire started as England won their first-ever World Cup penalty shootout to reach the quarter-finals with victory over Colombia on Tuesday 3 July.
Jamie Vardy - Colombia 1-1 England (3-4 on pens)
Jamie Vardy was introduced in the 88th minute, ahead of a climactic passage of play. The Three Lions drew 1-1 with Colombia across normal and extra-time, but won 4-3 on penalties.
Harry Maguire - Sweden 0-2 England
Harry Maguire's fantastic header set England on their way to a 2-0 win over Sweden in the quarter-finals on Saturday 7 July, becoming the first player to score a World Cup goal for England while at Leicester City.
Harry Maguire - England 1-2 Croatia
Harry Maguire made his sixth appearance of the competition as he started for England against Croatia in their World Cup Semi-Final on Wednesday 11 July.
Jamie Vardy - England 1-2 Croatia
Jamie Vardy came on for the Three Lions in the 112th minute of England's 2-1 defeat to Croatia in Moscow.
Harry Maguire - Belgium 2-0 England
Harry Maguire played 90 minutes as England ended their 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign with a 2-0 defeat to Belgium, equalling their best-ever finish on foreign soil.