Leicester overcome Sevilla to reach Champions League last-8

Premier League champions Leicester City trail Sevilla 2-1 in their Champions League last 16 clash ahead of this evening's second leg at the King Power Stadium.

Shakespeare has overseen 3-1 victories over Liverpool and Hull City since taking over from Claudio Ranieiri who was sacked last month by the club's Thai owners less than a year after taking the Foxes to an unlikely EPL title last season. It will be a special occasion, the atmosphere will be electric. "I'm expecting the team to take the momentum from the two results, take the confidence from that, and really play on the front foot".

The match was still very much in the balance, with Leicester just one conceded goal away from going out and that nearly happened when Sergio Escudero drove a dipping 35-meter shot against the crossbar. Craig Shakespeare, the interim gaffer, has been given independent charge till the end of the season. The goal apparently made him the first Jamaican to score in the Champions League, for what that's worth.

Major storm may be on the way to Niagara
A system is moving into the province and Environment Canada meteorologist Steve Knott says the snow will begin around Kitchener. A Winter Storm Warning is in place for Oxford County, Simcoe-Delhi-Norfolk and eastward towards Hamilton and Niagara.

Sevilla president Pepe Castro has said he has no concerns over reports linking coach Jorge Sampaoli with the upcoming managerial vacancy at Barcelona. It was presumably in his honor that Leicester fans before kickoff unveiled a huge banner urging their side to "let slip the dogs of war". They nearly killed the game off midway through the second period, though Jamie Vardy snatched at a loose ball in the penalty area and lashed wide of Sergio Rico's goal. The Ranieri sacking and the subsequent media reports confirm what some might have suspected: The players didn't perform as they should have.

Sevilla had the first chance when Pablo Sarabia got a threatening shot off in the 21st minute.

"Why not? We are in it, we have to try to be competitive in every game", he told the media.

Tusk re-election would sow disunity in EU: Polish PM
His institutional account instead showed a post written in English: "Grateful for trust and positive assessment by European Council ".

After the "Shakespearean" age dawned, Leicester managed to find fresh belief to chisel out two crucial Premier League wins that have eased them away from the relegation zone. "He's said very clearly that he came here because we were the club that had faith in him to bring him across the pond and that he's very happy at Sevilla".

With a man to the good, Leicester rode out the final 15 minutes of pressure to book their place in the quarter-final of the Champions League. Steven N'Zonzi would take it, but Casper Schmeichel guessed the right way to keep it at 2-0.

0 - Sevilla has reached the Champions League knockout stages in three of its four competition appearances.

Detained DACA Recipient Released, But Dreamers Still At Risk
Under the DACA program, Vargas had previously been granted temporary status and was awaiting re-approval when she was arrested. Shortly after, her friend was pulled over by US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Vargas was detained.