A year ago, Jamie Vardy had just broken Ruud van Nistelrooy’s record for scoring in the most consecutive Premier League games, and social media was awash with “chat shit get banged”.
The one-time Fleetwood striker helped put the Foxes in pole position for a surprise title win, and his stunning rise even earned him a spot in Roy Hodgson’s Euros squad, who got banged after chatting shit.
This season, the striker’s form has suffered a sharp dip. In fact, the last time Vardy found the net at club level was 10 September, when he fired past Simon Mignolet in Leicester’s 4-1 defeat at Anfield.
That’s nearly three months without a goal, and given the chaotic nature of this crazy planet we call home, a lot can happen during that time. Here are six world changing events since Vardy last got on the scoresheet.
Donald Trump became president elect
The Donald was elected to the highest office in the land on 8 November - a full two months after Vardy last found the net. Source: Twitter
Toblerones got smaller
Vardy's goal drought has also been kept out of the headlines by the tragic news that Toblerones will be scaled back this year. Source: Twitter
Allardyce got sacked
Vardy and Allardyce looked like a match made in heaven, but Big Sam was abruptly relieved of his duties on 27 September - you know the rest. Source: Twitter
Fidel Castro died
Fidel Castro lived to the age of 90, and probably would have had to wait until 100 if he wanted to see Vardy bang one in again. Source: Twitter
Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie
We had bloody Brangelina gate FFS; a relationship lasting over 10 years! Source: NY Daily News
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Vardy will at least be hoping he can rediscover his scoring touch before Easter, when they’ll probably announce Creme Eggs are now chocolate-free.
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To say that Arsenal's title ambitions rest on the shoulders of Alexis Sanchez would be an understatement. The Chilean frontman is easily the Gunners' best player, and is clearly missing the company of Messi. Image Source: Twitter
Last season's aberration may have brought Hazard back down to earth, but the promiscuous Belgian just won't stop flirting with Spain's super clubs. Image Source: reddit
Although things didn't exactly work out at Anfield, fearsome frontman Benteke deserves more than Selhurst Park and Alan Pardew. Image Source: Twitter
Lukaku had his chance at the big time when he joined Chelsea back in 2011, but at 23, the striker is now an entirely different proposition. Everton fans know his days in blue are numbered. Image Source: Twitter
Londoner Kane has talked big about his loyalty to Spurs, but their dismal Champions League campaign is a timely reminder that he'll need to up sticks if he has his sights on Europe's biggest prize. Image Source: Twitter
At 35, Zlatan is no spring chicken, but he's still a class above his new United teammates, who should probably get used to the sight of the Swede's disapproving stare. Image Source: Twitter
Burnley's capture of Defour was one of the more surprising summer transfers, and early signs suggest he's going to fit in like a bull in a china shop. Image Source: Twitter
Reigning PFA Player of the Year Mahrez has been a little off the boil this season, which is handy because it will help keep the vultures at bay - for a few months at least. Source: Twitter
Valdes won every trophy he could possibly win at Barca... twice over. Now he spends his weekends manning the sticks for Middlesbrough. It's just not right. Image Source: Twitter