The Foxes haven't lost to Hull at the King Power Stadium since March 2008, in the season they were relegated from the Championship to League One.
"The first start is getting back to back wins and Im confident with the squad we have we can pull away (from the relegation zone)".
"I was told the remit was the Liverpool game and then Hull". I have been kept informed.
Nathan Redmond struck twice and Manolo Gabbiadini scored a sixth goal in four games as Southampton edged Watford 4-3 in the Premier League at Vicarage Road on Saturday.
"I can't control it and there's no point worrying about it".
Speaking to BBC Sports after the game, Shakespeare was coy about being the permanent replacement for Ranieri after two wins from two.
Five minutes in Wes Morgan headed wide from a Riyad Mahrez free-kick when he should have at least hit the target before Marc Albrighton nearly converted a ball across the face of the goal.
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The midfielder scored the long-range effort in a Belgian top-flight match against rivals Club Brugge while playing for Genk in the 2015-16 season, before he left the club for the English Premier League in January this year.
"I've just reminded the players of that". Vardy puts another ball across the face of goal and this time Albrighton is there to meet it, but he can't convert from four yards as Maguire makes a terrific last-ditch tackle. I'm really pleased for the players.
The England forward's double helped move the struggling champions out of the relegation zone, lifting the mood after the popular Italian's dismissal. The situation is even worse in their last 11 PL matches where they've picked up one point on the road.
Clucas led a swift break through the middle before Oumar Niasse and Kamil Grosicki combined down the left side of the penalty area and Clucas, released by Leicester as a schoolboy, slid in to poke home Grosicki's cross from six yards out. "But our focus is on us and we must take points for us in our games".
Using superb technique and displaying a great deal of determination to score, Ndidi won the ball before a deft touch lifted the ball past a defender that was threatening his opportunity to attack the Club Brugge goal.
Disappointed coach Marco Silva rued the chances his strugglers missed, and added: "Now we have seen the other results we will just have to work harder". "We need to take care of ourselves".