Staying loyal to Leicester even after their Premier League relegation last season, Jamie Vardy remains a key player for the Foxes. In the recent game against Watford, Vardy broke his goal drought since early October, securing a 2-0 victory for his team at the King Power Stadium.
Remarkably, the 36-year-old, who entered the game as a substitute, found the net twice in the final moments, including a crucial penalty in injury time.
However, before the celebrations, Vardy experienced deep frustration. His reaction to missing a clear chance, where he failed to convert from close range, was striking. It was a terrible miss from six yards out.
After collapsing to the ground with his head in his hands, Vardy showed visible disappointment by hitting himself in the face while reflecting on the opportunity that slipped away.
You can watch the full moment here. Even though Vardy scored two goals, the footballer mentioned after the game that he believed he could've gotten four goals while playing a short time as a substitute. He thought that the missed chance was one of two additional goals he could've added to his tally.