Chelsea 0 – 0 Leicester city match reviews. Leicester City held on for a point at the Premier League Champions. Chelsea Ben Chilwell, the young left-back was sent off for the first time in his career. He got a double yellow booking in quick succession at Stamford Bridge to leave Calude Puel’s side hanging on for the draw.
Leicester had been on top on the Premier League table and they will be intensely frustrated not to have taken the lead with 12 attempts on goals in the first half.
Leicester are all over the Blues, another chance for the City to have vented their thrilling display as Mahrez picks up the ball, on his own, inside the box. He skips out wide before lifting a cross right in front of the goal, it could have been an achieved pursuit if there was one person out there to tap it in.
For Leicester’s relentless shows, Schmeichel has been the busier of the two goalkeepers. Claude Puel’s Leicester City have been brilliant so far, but could not find a way through to the net and it was goalless throughout the first half.
Chelsea had a little more control in the second half than they had in the first half. The first free won to the side of the adamant City as James was fouled by Kante in a central position, mid-way into Chelsea’s half. Albrighton lumped the ball into the box where Dragovic aimed to get to his advantage but could not get hold of it at his stretch.
Kante makes a foul, the second time in the match, not so long Okazaki fouled too and got a booking instantly for that. It’s the left-back turn as he was shown a yellow card for striking Williams down to the ground just outside the box. Chiwell made another foul few minutes after, and now is on his way out of the pitch for good, Leicester City down to 10 men.
Four minutes was added to the full time expecting something unexpected could possibly blow the fans mind. The Nigerian professional player won a free on the Blues side, frankly speaking, he fires well, well wide, Schmeichel tipped it around the post for a corner, all cleared.
Referee, Mike Jones blew the whistle and Leicester went away with a point, quite disappointing for them, but with 10 men effort, they could not blame it that much hold on for a draw.