Jamie Vardy has terrorised defences all season long and few teams have been able to stop the former Fleetwood Town forward.
Leicester City are currently leading the Premier League standings, having gained 53 points from 26 matches, two more than Tottenham and Arsenal, and six more than Manchester City.
Vardy has been key for the Foxes, hitting the net 19 times so far and therefore being on top of the goalscoring charts, scoring three more goals than Spurs’ Harry Kane and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku.
During his amazing run, the 29-year-old has faced all the best defenders that the English top flight can throw at him. But who has been the toughest one to play against?
According to Vardy in an inteview with Betfair, that has been Manchester United’s Chris Smalling. The Leicester forward also revealed what his favourite stadium is, naming Old Trafford as his obvious choice.
Other subjects that were talked about among others: Claudio Ranieri’s pizza party, Vardy’s volley against Liverpool, the defender he doesn’t want to face in the Champions League, and his personal ambitions for Euro 2016.