Sofiane Feghouli issues rallying cry on Twitter ahead of West Ham v Leicester
By Harvey Byrne
Sofiane Feghouli has urged his West Ham teammates on Twitter to take revenge against Leicester ahead of the Saturday afternoon encounter.
The Hammers are currently preparing themselves for a home clash at the London Stadium which will see them take on the current league champions.
When the two clubs last met on New Years eve at the Kings Power Stadium, Leicester ran out 1-0 victors via an Islam Slimani goal.
However, Feghouli is eager for a different result this time and issued a rally cry on his personal Twitter account ahead of the match on Saturday morning.
— Sofiane Feghouli (@sffeghouli) March 18, 2017
Feghouli joined West Ham in the summer from La Liga side Valencia after his contract ended with the Spanish club.
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The 27-year-old right-winger has so far played in 24 matches for the east London club, bringing a return of three goals and three assists.
He will be looking to improve that tally against Craig Shakespeare’s side who sit just three points clear of the relegation zone in 15th place.
But, the Foxes have earned three victories from their last three fixtures in all competitions and they will be looking to continue that run against a West Ham team placed in 11th.
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