Leicester winning the Premier League title was the greatest sporting moment of the decade

Jamie Vardy with the Premier League trophy in 2016

The 2010 decade has been one littered with incredible sporting moments.

Real Madrid winning three Champions League trophies in a row, England winning the Cricket World Cup, Andy Ruiz beating Anthony Joshua, the list is simply endless.

But no moment in any sport this decade can compare to Leicester City winning the Premier League title in 2015/16.

It is perhaps the greatest achievement in the history of sport and it's one that was a total anomaly in the 2010s.

Why? Because for once, it wasn't all about money, with Claudio Ranieri's Foxes defying every odd possible to lift the trophy, losing just three games along the way.

Below, we've revisited some of the key moments in that most memorable of seasons and don't forget, Leicester were 5000/1 to win the title before a ball was kicked...

Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez

The goal scoring monsters that made it all possible. Vardy notched 24 goals in the Premier League that season alone, while Mahrez chipped in with 17.

They were simply unplayable and fed off each other like Leicester's very own Morecambe & Wise.

Below, you will be able to watch every single one of Vardy's strikes from that season and we'll revisit Mahrez's ultimate clutch goal further down.

N'Golo Kante - that is all

Vardy and Mahrez's goals made it all possible, but without Kante the two mercurial forwards would have been suffocated at the top of the pitch.

The Frenchman did far more than just break up the play, he was the link between midfield and attack, with so much of his impressive work actually going unnoticed.

Only the signing of Virgil van Dijk can compare to Kante's for sheer instant impact.

Robert Huth and Wes Morgan

Liverpool will likely win the 2019/20 Premier League title with the gargantuan force of Van Dijk marshalling the defence.

You expect that from the world's best defender, but how on earth did Ranieri do it with Huth and Morgan?! It still beggars belief to this very day, but at times you could have sworn the ageing duo were France Baresi and Paolo Maldini in 2015/16.

A special mention to Danny Simpson and Christian Fuchs as well, a four-man defence that somehow thwarted the world's best week in, week out.

Huth and Morgan in action for Leicester

THAT win over Man City

Remember when we were discussing Mahrez's clutch moment? Well here we are, a goal that still has most of us breaking out in goosebumps with every viewing.

Watching the Algerian sit Nicolas Otamendi on his arse before firing the ball home was the first time we all turned to the person next to us and said: "Blimey, it's on."

Huth grabbed the other two goals in the Premier League game that changed the course of history!

Vardy's actual party

When Eden Hazard's goal flew into the top corner at Stamford Bridge, the league title was almost done.

Spurs had to score again to keep themselves in the race, with the Leicester squad gathered around Vardy's house nervously watching on the television.

The footage of the team once Mark Clattenburg blew his full-time whistle at the Bridge is the definition of iconic.

Andrea Bocelli singing Nessun Dorma

Mahrez's goal gave us goosebumps and Bocelli got us crying.

It was simply perfection, with every note cutting deep and reminding football fans across the globe that history had just been made.

Kudos, Andrea!

We will probably never see anything quite like it again, but those 12 months between 2015 and 2016 should serve as a reminder to any young up and coming sportsperson.

Nothing is impossible!

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