Leicester leave it late to salvage point against 10-man West Ham

Leicester leave it late to salvage point against 10-man West Ham

Leicester leave it late to salvage point against 10-man West Ham

"I think that tonight when we are playing eleven against eleven, most part of the game is on their side (half), we dominate actions".

The makeshift right back lay on the ground in agony in the closing stages of the match, and it was immediately apparent that the player had suffered a very serious injury, as he received oxygen on the pitch before being stretchered off.

Foxes goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel felt his team should have taken all three points, despite only equalising in the 89th minute via a deflected Wilfrid Ndidi strike.

Claude Puel started the season as the favourite for the sack, and now he could well have signed his P45 following reports that he's set to drop Jamie Vardy for Leicester City's clash against West Ham.

"We came back in the second half with desire and positivity and it was a good second half with a lot of chances". "We got a late goal but then we see our player down in pain and in the doctors' room so at the moment it is not a nice feeling".

"So the shot, without any danger for us, to conceded a goal was unfortunately, the fault wasn't that way and a different action has decided the score".

The striker touched the ball just 11 times during the defeat to Arsenal on Monday and left the field of play five minutes before the final whistle at the Emirates Stadium because of a stomach problem.

"On the red card for Noble, the Hammers chief said: " I haven't seen the action yet - I can't give my opinion.

The helicopter belonged to chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who bought the club in August 2010 and was named chairman in February 2011 before overseeing Leicester's Premier League triumph in 2016.

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