Pre-season friendlies: Jamie Vardy's twin strikes helps Leicester City defeat Borussia Moenchengladbach
Leicester City's Nigerian international striker Iheanacho was substituted with an injury shortly after setting up Vardy's winner.
London: England striker Jamie Vardy struck twice as Leicester City defeated Borussia Moenchengladbach 2-1 on Friday in a pre-season friendly but new £25 million striker Kelechi Iheanacho came off injured.
Vardy scored in the 67th and 74th minutes after Thorgan Hazard had given the German side the lead with a fine finish from distance early in the second half.
Nigerian international striker Iheanacho, who signed from Manchester City on Thursday for £25 million ($32.8 million), set up Vardy's winner but was substituted with an injury shortly after.
Leicester manager Craig Shakespeare said it was just a precautionary move.
"Last thing he needed was another kick on it (his leg), so we played if safe," said Shakespeare.
Leicester finished 12th in 2016-17 season after their unprecedented run to the title in 2015-16.
The cloud of a collapsed Super League project hangs over this week's Champions League semi-finals with three of the four clubs involved - Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Chelsea - among the breakaway 12 that shook European football.
Backed by Abu Dhabi ownership, City and Qatari-owned PSG have often been compared for the manner in which they have changed the face of European football over the past decade.
City will clinch the title if they win at Crystal Palace on Saturday and second-placed Manchester United lose against Liverpool on Sunday.