Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy taunts Tottenham at BBC Radio 2 Festival

The latest Leicester City news from Leicestershire Live, in which the veteran striker referenced the Foxes’ famous Premier League title win in 2016.

Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy poked fun at Tottenham Hotspur during a surprise appearance on stage at BBC Radio 2’s In The Park festival.

Vardy was speaking to a large crowd in Victoria Park when he introduced presenter Vernon Kay to the audience.

The former England striker took to the stage and asked if there were any Spurs fans in the audience, the Daily Express reported, before ushering Kay out.

While Vardy was greeted with some boos from the crowd, he said: “I still don’t have a bottle”, referring to City’s famous Premier League victory when they beat first-placed Tottenham.

Vardy has gained a reputation as a prankster but continues to thrive on the pitch.

He opened the scoring in Friday’s 4-1 win over Southampton as Leicester strengthened their promotion bid as they look to return to the Premier League at first ask.

Vardy scored after just 21 seconds when he curled the ball into the penalty area after being spotted from the left by Stephy Mavididi.

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Jamie Vardy makes Tottenham go crazy for the ‘bottle’ of the Prem title on the festival stage

Jamie Vardy, attending a local festival in Leicester, got the crowd cheering by reminding them of Tottenham’s role in the historic title win.

Jamie Vardy joked that Tottenham ‘don’t have a bottle yet’ as the Leicester City star appeared on the Radio 2 in the Park stage.

Fresh from scoring in the Foxes’ 4-1 win over Southampton on Friday night, Vardy was in attendance at the festival taking place at Leicester’s Victoria Park today (September 17). He grew up on the DJ stage, passing the microphone between sets.

The 36-year-old turned to the crowd and asked: “Where are the Tottenham fans?”

His question was met with boos before referring to the 2016 Premier League title challenge.

Spurs had their best chance of lifting the trophy with Mauricio Pochettino at the helm while the rest of the top six struggled, but they failed to beat Leicester as they achieved a historic victory under Claudio Ranieri.

Vardy added: “I still don’t have a bottle. » He then introduced the next act and said, “Are you ready for your next concert?” Let me introduce you to the one and only, Vernon Kay.

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