Leicester City star Youri Tielemans honored with street wall mural after FA Cup heroics

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Youri Tielemans honored with a street wall near the ground of his first club Anderlecht after heroics in the FA Cup with Leicester City, where he scored the winning goal

  • Youri Tielemans started his professional career with Anderlecht in 2013
  • He is fondly remembered at the club where he came through the youth system
  • The mural at Lotto Park shows various images of Tielemans in his life
  • Tielemans became a Leicester hero this month after winning the FA Cup final

Youri Tielemans has been honored on a street wall in Belgium with a mural after his recent FA Cup heroics with Leicester City.

The Belgian scored the crucial lone goal of the game in Wembley’s win over Chelsea earlier this month with a fantastic 30-meter ride to win the competition for the Foxes for the first time in their history.

Now on the wall of a house a stone’s throw from the ground of his former club Anderlecht where he started his career, there is a mural with various images of the 24-year-old and his signature.

Youri Tielemans is standing in front of a mural dedicated to him near his old club Anderlecht

Youri Tielemans is standing in front of a mural dedicated to him near his old club Anderlecht

Tielemans celebrates his goal with which Leicester won the FA cup against Chelsea in May

Tielemans celebrates his goal with which Leicester won the FA cup against Chelsea in May

Tielemans celebrates his goal with which Leicester won the FA cup against Chelsea in May

The midfielder started his career at Anderlecht and signed a professional contract in 2013 after 11 years as a youth player. From there, he played 185 games for the club over the next four years, scoring 35 goals and creating 31 assists.

Tielemans is fondly remembered by Anderlecht supporters who helped the club win two league titles, and it was while he was based on the club’s Lotto Park grounds where he became the first ever player to play in 10 before his 18th birthday. Champions League matches played.

After two years at Monaco, he moved to Leicester, where he had become a fan favorite even before his Wembley exploits against Chelsea.

So far, he has scored 17 goals and 19 assists from 108 games at King Power Stadium.

Alongside an Anderlecht and Leicester star, the 24-year-old hopes to become a Belgian national hero this summer as he tries to lead the national team to glory at Euro 2020.

Tielemans (right) moved up to Anderlecht before starting his senior career in 2013

Tielemans (right) moved up to Anderlecht before starting his senior career in 2013

Tielemans (right) moved up to Anderlecht before starting his senior career in 2013

After joining Leicester in 2017, he has been a key player at the club ever since

After joining Leicester in 2017, he has been a key player at the club ever since

After joining Leicester in 2017, he has been a key player at the club ever since

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