Neil Warnock hails Cardiff metropolis's coupon-busting 'most excellent efficiency of the season' in opposition t Leicester city

Neil Warnock labelled Cardiff's 1-0 victory at Leicester as their superior win of the season.

Victor Camarasa's spectacular stoppage-time aim earned the guests their first away win this term.

Neil Etheridge additionally inspired the guests as he saved James Maddison's penalty and made a bunch of other high-quality stops.

He denied Jamie Vardy, Demarai gray and Ricardo Pereira , with Cardiff now 4 features above the Premier League drop zone.

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"it be the most suitable day considering that we have now been again within the Premier League," Warnock observed. "it's the most desirable performance of the season, via an absolute mile. Defensively i thought we had been mind-blowing.

"There are a few teams down there who didn't predict to be. it really is tricky mentally. we have now always customary we would be down there.

"i assumed we deserved to win. We confined them. If we would have been exact in the remaining third we could have scored three or four.

"i am in fact proud how they put their bodies on the line. we now have come alongside means, we have more desirable so a great deal in view that the beginning of the season.

Cardiff city supervisor celebrates his facet's win over Leicester metropolis (graphic: Clive Mason/Getty pictures)

"now we have bust just a few coupons have not we, with the manner Leicester had been playing."

Camarasa's 25-yard effort in the 2d minute of stoppage time sealed Cardiff's first away win in the Premier League for the reason that April 2014 and Warnock reserved compliment for Etheridge.

He spoke of: "The penalty changed into iffy, he (Sean Morrison) has blown him (Maddison) down but you get them given in opposition t you. Some give it, some don't.

"it be about time he made up for Man United's third aim. he is enhancing all of the time."

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