## ## Trialist Ali Reghba inspires Leicester City Under
Leicester City development squad coach Steve Beaglehole (Image: Plumb Images/Leicester City via Getty Images)Sign up to FREE email alerts from LeicestershireLive Weekday Leicester City FCSubscribeWhen you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeTrialist Ali Reghba inspired Leicester City Under 23s’ to a dominant 3 0 victory at Swansea to keep up the young Foxes’ Premier League 2 title charge.Republic of Ireland youth international Reghba celebrated his 19th birthday in style, scoring twice and winning a penalty as City recorded their fifth straight win in all competitions.A quickfire double on the stroke of half time effectively sealed the game for Leicester, Admiral Muskwe netting a spot kick before Reghba’s first, the Irishman adding the icing on the cake midway through the second period.It was Reghba’s second appearance in a City shirt, the youngster from Irish side Bohemians making his debut in last week’s crucial win over league leaders Everton.While he showed a few nice touches against the Toffees, he shone in south Wales.Read MoreBut he was not the only attacker on form and City troubled Swansea from the off.Muskwe nearly had City ahead inside five minutes as he raced to meet Calvin Ughelumba’s drilled cross, the Zimbabwean striker hammering the ball against the crossbar.Callum Wright’s half volley was acrobatically turned over by Steven Benda, then Tyrese Shade fired into the side netting after his drop of the shoulder put Wales international Declan John on the deck.But Swansea still threatened, particularly with their quality out wide. Dutch international Luciano Narsingh and 2million summer signing Joel Asoro showed glimpses of pace and skill, but City’s full backs generally kept them quiet.Asoro did beat Darnell Johnson to create one opening in the first half, but his Swedish countryman Viktor Johansson saved comfortably.Summer signing Viktor Johansson has enjoyed a fine start to his Leicester City under 23s career(Image: Plumb Images/Leicester City FC via Getty Images)Midway through the first period, Reghba moved off the left flank and into the middle and that’s when City really started to threaten.Receiving the ball to feet, Reghba spun on the edge of the box and was only denied by a last ditch block.His movement kept the Swansea defenders on their toes and there was a sense that the goal was not too far away. On the stroke of half time, it came.Wright again fed the ball into Reghba with his back to goal, and again he twisted his man, Simon Paulet bringing the Irishman down right on the 18 yard line.Muskwe stepped up and despite a goal drought of 15 months thanks to injury, he confidently fired into the top corner.