Claudio Ranieri says Leicesters qualification for the Champions League last 16 is unbelievable and awaits a fairytale last 16 tie. The Foxes reached the knockout stage of European footballs top club competition after Shinji Okazakis early strike and Riyad Mahrezs penalty secured a 2-1 victory over Club Brugge and top spot in Group G with a game to spare.Portos 0-0 draw in Copenhagen means Leicester go to Estadio do Dragao next month with their future settled and the Portuguese side needing victory to ensure they progress ahead of Copenhagen. Leicester have struggled domestically and are two points above the relegation zone but Ranieri believes his side have created more history in Europe after victory at the King Power Stadium. Sky Sports Black Friday sale Upgrade to Sky Sports now and get 12 months half price! Its not important [who Leicester play in the last 16], believe me. I hope to be there in good condition. The name is not important. It will be another fairytale, win or lose, he said.I dont know which team well play but itll be a fantastic team.Its unbelievable, top of the group. I am very happy and very proud for my players, very happy for the chairman and the fans. Its another journey through to the knockout - unbelievable. Shinji Okazaki scored the opening goal at the King Power Stadium Its very important to top the group, now our minds must go on the Premier League. I want to push my players to think about the Premier League now our job is done.Now we have to go back into the Premier League as we are very close to the relegation zone and we must play at the same level of the Champions League. Dion Cool fouled Marc Albrighton to gift Leicester a penalty Brugge improved in the second half on Tuesday and gave Leicester work to do when Jose Izquierdo scored early in the second half - the first goal the Foxes have conceded in 412 minutes in Europe this season.Its very strange, We were playing so well, I think we had 70 per cent possession and created a lot of chances, Ranieri added. Wes Morgan celebrates after the victory on Tuesday evening We concede a goal on the counter attack, why? An Italian manager conceding a goal on the counter attack? Its crazy.Upgrade to Sky Sports now and get 12 months half price. Hurry, offer ends December 4! Also See: Foxes seal CL last-16 spot As it happened Balenciaga Australia ., for the next three years with the signings on Monday of Daryl Townsend and Michael Carter. Vans Shoes Australia Cheap . White came in fourth place in the event. He was the two-time defending gold medallist. 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CHICAGO -- Hours after Alex Rodriguez dug in for a fight, the New York Yankees looked like they might be down for the count. Itll be hard to pick themselves up after this. Alejandro De Azas game-winning triple in the 12th rallied the Chicago White Sox to a 6-5 win over the Yankees on Wednesday night, after Rodriguez appealed his suspension earlier in the day. The Rodriguez story took another turn, two days after he was hit with a 211-game punishment following MLBs investigation into Biogenesis of America, a defunct Florida anti-aging clinic accused of distributing banned performance-enhancing drugs. The players union formally appealed the suspension, sending the case to an independent arbitrator. Then, the Yankees fell for the 14th time in 20 games after Mariano Rivera blew the lead in the ninth and Robinson Cano hit a go-ahead homer in the 12th. Theyre 11 1/2 games out of first place, a stunning number for a team that hadnt been 10 or more games off the lead since Sept. 17, 2008 "Were battling," Rivera said. The White Sox rallied with two out in the bottom half against Adam Warren (1-2). Tyler Flowers singled off the pitchers glove and moved to third on a single by Alexei Ramirez. De Aza followed with a triple to right-centre, giving the White Sox their third straight win after a 10-game losing streak. The Yankees looked like they were going to come away with the win when Cano broke out of a 6 for 43 slump by driving a pitch from Dylan Axelrod (4-8) 431 feet to right-centre. The home run -- his 22nd -- was his first since July 10. The Yankees built an early 4-0 lead and were up one going into the ninth, but Rivera couldnt hold it. Baseballs all-time saves leader, came in to a standing ovation and retired the first two batters before Gordon Beckham doubled. A pinch-hitting Adam Dunn then drove a single just to the left of a diving Rodriguez at third on an 0-2 pitch to tie it at 4. The blown save was just the third in 38 opportunities for Rivera, who allowed one run over two innings. And it denied CC Sabathia his first win in more than a month after he pitched into the eighth. "You dont expect to tie it up off the greatest closer ever, but I guess with our team that makes perfect sense," Chicagos Paul Konerko said, smiling. Rodriguez picked up a single and walked in his third game back after hhaving hip surgery in January.dddddddddddd He also had a chance to drive in the go-ahead run with two out in the 11th but grounded out with a runner on third. Then, he was replaced in the field in the bottom half. Alfonso Soriano hit a two-run homer off Hector Santiago and scored twice. Eduardo Nunez went deep and collected three hits, and Sabathia was in line for his first win since July 3 before things turned. He gave up three runs and five hits, including a towering homer to Beckham in the fifth. The White Sox pulled within 4-3 in the seventh on an RBI double by Konerko and fielders choice grounder by Beckham, and Sabathia left after Conor Gillaspie grounded out leading off the eighth. David Robertson came in and struck out Tyler Flowers looking on a 3-2 pitch, drawing an argument from the White Sox player and an ejection for pitching coach Don Cooper in the dugout. Alexei Ramirez then singled and stole second, but De Aza grounded out to end the inning. Santiago struggled, allowing four runs and seven hits over 5 2-3 innings, but the bullpen kept the White Sox in the game. As for A-Rod, Rodriguez was 1 for 5 after going a combined 2 for 6 the previous two nights. He was also back at third base after serving as the designated hitter on Tuesday. The fans reaction was about the same as it was in his first two games -- loud boos. Itll be interesting how the crowd at Yankee Stadium reacts when New York opens a weekend series against Detroit on Friday. "Im not sure," Rodriguez said. How would he like them to react? "Same way you would like them," Rodriguez said. "Again, Im just super excited to come home, put on the pinstripes and play for the greatest fans in baseball." NOTES: Austin Romine started his second straight game at catcher for the Yankees. Girardi said there is nothing wrong with Chris Stewart. ... Dayan Viciedo was back in the White Soxs lineup as the designated hitter -- not the left fielder -- after missing a game because of a jammed left thumb. ... Both teams are off Thursday. ... The White Sox have a day-night doubleheader against Minnesota on Friday, with LHP John Danks starting the first game and LHP Charlie Leesman making his major league debut in the nightcap. ... RHP Ivan Nova starts Friday for the Yankees, with RHP Rick Porcello pitching for Detroit. ' ' '