- James Maddison wins the second ePremier League invitational tournament for Leicester City after beating John Egan’s Sheffield United
- The City No.10 won 5-1 in the final on Saturday
- Maddison had already defeated Keinan Davis in a stunning comeback earlier in the day
Maddison mounted a brilliant comeback against Keinan Davis of Aston Villa in the semi-final earlier in the day, recovering from 3-1 down to win 4-3 via golden goal.
Wilfred Ndidi, who represented the Club in the inaugural tournament last month, headed home in the second minute of injury time for 3-3 before Jamie Vardy was on target to in extra-time complete a stunning turnaround.
Having defeated Callum Wilson, Max Meyer, Michael Obafemi and Davis en route to the final, Maddison took on Blades defender Egan in the final.
The England midfielder won the second ePremier League invitational tournament by beating Sheffield United's John Egan in the final.
The No.10 raced into a 2-0 lead thanks to a first-half brace from Vardy, before Kelechi Iheanacho also struck twice in the second period.
Maddison, who scored with himself for 5-0 before Egan pulled a goal back, said after the game: "It was one of my best performances, to be fair. I put Wilfred Ndidi in to cut passing lanes.
"It was great fun and John's been a great contestant, but there was only one winner there!
"Jamie Vardy scores goals. Fact. He scored at Bramall Lane and scored a couple today. Maddison and Vardy get on quite well on FIFA!
"Seeing the first tournament, it's been fantastic and the fan engagement on social media has been brilliant."
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