James Justin

Justin Looking To Continue Personal & Collective Consistency

James Justin expressed his delight after scoring his maiden Premier League goal in Sunday's 4-2 triumph over Burnley at King Power Stadium.
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- Leicester City sealed back-to-back Premier League victories with a 4-2 success over Burnley on Sunday
- James Justin's first goal in the top-flight helped the Foxes to three points at King Power Stadium
- The 22-year-old full-back has started both of City's fixtures so far in 2020/21
- Justin hopes to build upon a succession of impressive performances in Leicester's colours

The Foxes exhibited their very best from an attacking perspective - adding to the three goals scored at West Bromwich Albion - with Harvey Barnes, Justin and Dennis Praet finding the net.

Sunday's success over the Clarets leaves City top of the early Premier League standings and Justin, 22, was pleased with the nature of their performance against Sean Dyche's outfit.

"It was a good performance from us," the former Luton Town full-back told LCFC TV. "Obviously, we'd like to keep a clean sheet, but we got the three points in the end.

"I think the gaffer said to us we haven't won back-to-back games since January, so it's a good one to get.


Justin: Back-To-Back Wins Are Pleasing

James Justin spoke to LCFC TV after scoring his first Premier League goal in the Foxes' win over Burnley.

"They're a top team and you see the threats they pose, they're aerially strong, and you have to deal with that.

"I think we did for the vast majority of the game and come out with the three points."

Justin's composed finish in the 61st minute was his first at Premier League level after joining the Club in the summer of 2019 and he accredits that goal to City's attacking philosophy. 

"I'm really happy about the goal, obviously more gutted about the clean sheet, but we can work on things," he added. "I'm obviously delighted to get the goal.


Goals: Leicester City 4 Burnley 2

Enjoy the goals from Leicester City's 4-2 Premier League victory over Burnley at King Power Stadium on Sunday evening.

"It's something that the gaffer likes to do, get us full-backs bombing on, and Timothy [Castagne] showed on Sunday that he can do it too and it's always nice to pop up with a goal here and there."

The England Under-21s international has now made 15 appearances for Leicester in the Premier League and he's hoping his impressive displays will lead to more opportunities in future.

"It's been a nice one for me, obviously, to get a couple of games," he continued. "Hopefully, I can keep going and get that consistency going and nail down that spot.

"We've got a tough fixture coming up mid-week against Arsenal and then after that, we go back to the league, so we're going to have to recover well and try and get the win."




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