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Late Morgan goal keeps Leicester in the Cup

Derby County 2:2 Leicester City

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A late equaliser from Wes Morgan forced a 4th round replay for City in a entertaining 2-2 draw at Pride Park on Friday night…

Claudio Ranieri made three changes for this East Midlands derby with Ndidi, Mendy and Gray making way for Chilwell, King and Albrighton.
After a lively opening at a cold and rainswept Pride Park, City were gifted an 8th minute lead. Huth met an Albrighton corner with his head, the ball deflected off Baird to Bent guarding the goal line. It looked like a straightforward clearance, but Bent took a wild swipe at the ball and sliced it into his own net. The City players celebrated amongst themselves as Bent stood and scratched his head.

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But the Championship side responded well to this setback and Bent made amends at the other end in the 21st minute, rising above Chilwell to meet a Hughes cross with a glancing header that left Schmeichel grasping thin air.
City almost regained the lead instantly when Okazaki charged forward and struck a fierce shot from just outside the area that Carson did well to tip over.
Although Vardy also had a shot deflected wide, the Rams were the better side up to half time and delighted the home support, taking a 40th minute lead.
A header out of defence from Simpson fell for Bryson who easily carved his way through the City defence before slotting a low shot across Schmeichel and into the bottom right hand corner.

Claudio Ranieri introduced Gray for Fuchs in the second half and a more positive line-up saw the Champions dictating the play.
An Albrighton chip from the right was headed goalwards by Okazaki, but a deflection off Keogh’s arm took it wide of the post.
Moments later another Albrighton cross from the right was punched out by Carson to Gray, but his shot from 7 yards went straight into the body of the Rams keeper.

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Okazki then went on a run down the right, finding Vardy on the edge of the area who in turn teed up Gray for a low shot that thumped against the right hand post. The rebound fell for Okazaki whose shot was blocked by Johnson, returning to the Japan international, but his second shot went straight at Carson.
A rare chance came for Derby on the hour when Baird launched a ball to the far post, but but Russell’s header found the side-netting from a tight angle.
Mahrez, on for Okazaki, then caught out the Derby defence with a quick throw to Drinkwater, who crossed for Vardy to connect well with a header, but the orange shirt of Carson was attracting the ball like a magnet and he didn’t have to move to save it.
Musa, on for Albrighton fired a shot wide and it looked as though time was running out for City, who were struggling to find a way past the Rams who had everyone behind the ball.
But they rescued the tie with four minutes remaining.
Gray’s well-delivered corner from the left saw Morgan outwit his marker to direct a header past Carson from six yards out.

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5,400 City fans were still celebrating that goal when there was a late scare at the other end. Camara jinked his way into the area and his attempted pass hit Huth on the thigh, the ball jumping up to hit his hand. Thankfully Mark Clattenburg waved play on, and both sides had to be content with a replay.

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Ranieri didn’t mind this extra burden on the fixture list: “It’s important for our confidence. I am very happy with our attitude and our character. When we show this character anything can happen.”

Derby: Carson, Bryson (Camara 87), Keogh, Russell (Vydra 84), Ince, Bent, Baird, Johnson, Pearce, Hughes (Butterfield 63), Olsson. Subs Not Used: Christie, Shackell, De Sart, Mitchell.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs (Gray 46), Albrighton (Musa 74), Drinkwater, King, Chilwell, Okazaki (Mahrez 64), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Zieler, Benalouane, Mendy, Ndidi 
Referee: M Clattenburg. Attendance: 25,079.

 

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber

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Ranieri shoulders blame for defeat at Saints

Southampton 0:3 Leicester City

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Claudio Ranieri admitted that he got his tactics wrong as City’s worst performance of the season saw a 3-0 defeat at Southampton on Sunday…

Ranieri made three changes to his side  with Fuchs, Gray and Okazaki starting, and introduced a midfield diamond that plainly didn’t work.
The Saints soon took control of the game and created some early chances.
Redmond got his head to a  Tadic but found the top of the net, and then Hojbjerg lofted one over the bar from inside the area.
A side-footer from Redmond was then heading for the bottom right hand corner before Schmeichel managed to tip it round the post.
From the resulting corner, City broke upfield and should have gone ahead.
Gray ran 70 yards up the field accompanied by Okazaki and Vardy, but he opted to shoot straight at Forster when he could easily have picked out an unmarked Vardy to his right.

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Instead, it was the home side who took a 26th minute lead. Cedric set up Ward-Prowse, who sent a curling effort across Schmeichel. Although it was within the City keeper’s reach it span under his palm and into the net.
Saints continued to press forward, although Gray wasted another chance for City, firing in another shot when Vardy was better placed again.
Southampton doubled their lead in the 39th minute. Ward-Prowse delivered a free kick into the area which Huth half cleared, but Rodriguez latched onto the loose ball and blasted it past Schmeichel from close in.
It was difficult to see a way back for City now. Gray loosed another shot off but it missed the target just before the break.

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Ranieri made a change at the break, with Albrighton replacing Mendy and the diamond binned.
Saints had the first effort on goal when Hojbjerg sent a rocket just wide.
In a scrappy period, Van Dijk had to go off after a late challenge from Vardy; Albrighton hared around trying to haul City back in it, but didn’t test Forster from 30 yards; and Fuchs set up Hojbjerg with a wayward pass, but he hit it wide as Schmeichel came out to meet him.
City should have pulled one back in the 72nd minute to test the nerve of a side who had lost their last four games. From a Musa cross Huth got his header wrong when well placed and Morgan hit the loose ball over the bar from close in. Both centre-halves had a chance within a second and both had missed. It was that sort of day.
Morgan did find the net at the other end with a header three minutes later, but was relieved to see an offside flag raised against Yoshida.

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Saints wrapped things up in the 86th minute from the penalty spot. Substitute Long outpaced Morgan on the left and the City skipper bundled him over. Tadic gave Schmeichel no chance from 12 yards and that was that.
City had never really been in it, and came second in every department. It was a worryingly bad performance with a tough run of games coming up.

Claudio Ranieri admitted: “I tried to help my players in the last two matches and I changed our normal shape. Against Chelsea I played with three defenders at the back. Today I played with a diamond in the midfield, and this provoked some misunderstanding. I made mistakes – it’s my fault.”

Southampton: Forster, Soares, Yoshida, Rodriguez (Long 80), Tadic, Romeu, Ward-Prowse, Van Dijk (Stephens 55), Bertrand, Redmond, Højbjerg (Clasie 73). Subs Not Used: Taylor, Martina, Sims, McQueen.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Ndidi, Mendy (Albrighton 46), Drinkwater, Gray, Okazaki (Musa 63), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Chilwell, King, Kapustka, Zieler, Benalouane.

Referee: M Oliver. Attendance: 30,548.

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber

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CHAMPIONS 2015/16 – Leicester City framed prints back in stock

The Champions 20115/16 print features 21 caricatures of the side who won the Premier League. We have had a reprint after the initial run sold out, so these A4 sized prints which you can have either framed, or unframed, are available again …
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Leicester outplayed by leaders Chelsea

Leicester City 0:3 Chelsea

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City were no match for Chelsea at the KPS on Saturday evening, the league leaders easing the Champions out with a comfortable 3-0 win…

Claudio Ranieri made three changes to his side with Vardy, Fuchs and Musa returning for Simpson, Ulloa and Gray.
The 3-5-2 formation was tailored to combat Chelsea’s game, but seemed to be an awkward fit that took the players time to adapt to. Although it was City who almost took a second minute lead with their first attack.  Musa battled his way past Azpilicueta on the left and fired in a shot from a tight angle that Courtois managed to block.
But Chelsea took a 6th minute lead with City’s defence all at sea. Azpilicueta hoisted a ball into the box which City’s back-line failed to clear despite having two touches. Hazard squared neatly to the unmarked Alonso who curled the ball round Schmeichel and in at the far post.

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City bounced back with a decent attacking spell which saw a number of well delivered crosses from Albrighton. One just went behind Vardy, one was headed wide by Chilwell, and the others were snuffed out by Chelsea’s defence.
In the 36th minute, Vardy turned Cahill on the right and fizzed in a low cross which Courtois did well to tip away from Musa.
Chelsea should have gone 2-0 up just before the break when Hazard set Pedro up, but he blazed his chance over from 15 yards.

City had just about matched the best side in the country for 45 minutes, but sadly that wasn’t the case after the break and the game was gone when Alonso repeated his trick of a sixth minute goal.
A Willian free-kick from the right was cleared only as far as Alonso in the D and he was given time to line up a shot that deflected in off Morgan, taking it past Schmeichel’s outstretched hand.

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An impressive Chelsea were in complete control of the game at this stage
and Morgan did well to deny Hazard as he attempted to pick his way through the defence.
Ranieri made his first change on the hour, bringing Okazaki on for Huth.
Chelsea continued to pass their way round City: Cahill had an overhead kick blocked by Morgan and then Alonso came within three inches of a hat trick, sending a low shot just wide of the post.
Chelsea put the game beyond doubt in the 71st minute. Kante played the ball into the area, Pedro cleverly backheeled on the spin to Willian on the right, his cross span up off Schmeichel and Pedro was on hand to nod the ball past Morgan.

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The rest of the game was a training exercise played out in an emptying stadium.
City’s second half performance had been truly woeful.

Claudio Ranieri didn’t appear to agree with the concensus of opinion: “I’m happy with the performance – we tried to do our best. Of course, I’m not happy that we conceded a goal at the beginning of the first half and the beginning of the second half, but if you take out those two goals, the match was good for us. We closed the space, we mirrored Chelsea with a 3-5-2 and it was good.”

Leicester: Schmeichel, Morgan, Huth (Okazaki 60), Fuchs, Chilwell, Mendy, Drinkwater, Ndidi, Albrighton (Simpson 77), Musa (Gray 71), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Zieler, Wasilewski, King, Kapustka.
Chelsea: Courtois, Alonso, Kante, Hazard (Fabregas 79), Pedro (Loftus-Cheek 84), Moses, Matic, Willian (Batshuayi 84), Cahill, Azpilicueta, Luiz. Subs Not Used: Begovic, Ivanovic, Zouma, Chalobah.

Referee: A Marriner. Attendance: 32,066.

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber

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Leicester comeback at Everton secures 4th round place

Everton 1:2 Leicester City

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City fought back to make it to the fourth round of the FA Cup after trailing 1-0 at Goodison Park on Saturday…

Claudio Ranieri made five changes to his starting line-up, handing a debut to new signing Ndidi, and bringing Drinkwater, Chilwell, Albrighton and Gray in.
In the opening exchanges Schmeichel easily dealy with an on-target shot from Funes Mori, while Ulloa got his head to a Gray cross but was wide of the far post by a yard.
Ndidi, already impressing in midfield, then forced a save from Robles with a low drive.
The lively Gray then had an angled shot blocked by Robles, before Everton began to get the upper hand.
Baines had a shot blocked by Albrighton, and then Funes Mori got on the end of a Williams nod down, but sent his shot over from close in.
As Everton continued to threaten, Schmeichel got a hand to a Valencia chip from the left but only as far as  Lukaku, who sent his header well wide.
Ten minutes before the break, Ulloa had to go off with a thigh problem, with Musa replacing him up front. With Slimani in Africa and Vardy ill, City’s attacking options were threadbare, but Musa was to step up magnificently.

City began the second half on the front foot, Drinkwater and Simpson both missing the target with long range efforts, and Morgan finding room for a header from a corner, but it went straight at Robles.
However, it was the home side who were to take a 63rd minute lead. Deulofeu outpaced Chilwell down the right and his low cross presented Lukaku with a tap in.
But this lead only lasted three minutes, as City struck back. An Albrighton ball sent Gray down the left and his low cross found Musa, arriving at the near post. His shot span up off Baines and hit the left hand post before Musa managed to bundle it over the line as Robles scrambled back.
Four minutes later the travelling contingent were celebrating again as City took the lead.
Musa was 22 yards out when he exchanged passes with Drinkwater and threaded his way through the defence, before producing a neat finish past Robles.
City’s defence held firm for the remainder of the game, with a Mirallas shot that went narrowly wide being Everton’s best chance.
City could have made it 3-1 when Kapustka, making his first appearance as sub in the 84th minute, didn’t test Robles with a shot when well placed.

Claudio Ranieri singled out two players for praise: “Musa was excellent. I’ve watched him recently and think he is starting to understand English football better. Ndidi trained just two training sessions with us but played with fantastic personality. He recovered a lot of balls and played well. For 20 years old to make his first game against Everton, it’s unbelievable.”

Everton: Robles, Baines, Williams, Funes Mori, Holgate (Deulofeu 46), Coleman, Davies, Barry, Barkley (Kone 75), Valencia (Mirallas 61), Lukaku. Subs Not Used: Hewelt, Jagielka, Oviedo, Cleverley. 
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Chilwell, Mendy, Ndidi, Drinkwater, Gray (Fuchs 77), Albrighton (Kapustka 84), Ulloa (Musa 34). Subs Not Used: Zieler, Hernández, James, Okazaki. 
Referee: M Atkinson. Attendance: 35,493.
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City grind a point from Boro stalemate

Middlesbrough 0:0 Leicester City

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City kicked off 2017 with a point from a dour 0-0 draw at Middlesbrough on Monday…

Claudio Ranieri made five changes for this second game in three days with Fuchs, Mendy, King, Okazaki and Ulloa in the starting line-up.

After a scrappy opening spell, City’s first chance came in the 7th minute when King set up Fuchs for a shot that went wide of the target.
Ramirez then fouled Mahrez 25 yards out, but his free kick lacked pace and was blocked by the wall.
Boro were unable to get a passing move together until the 17th minute when Traore exhibited his pace for the first time. He evaded two challenges before being halted by Huth, but referee Bobby Madley ignored the home crowds’ loud appeals for a penalty.
Shortly after this, Traore left King for dead down the right, but his near-post cross was spooned over by De Roon.

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City were awarded another free-kick on the edge of the area for a Clayton foul on Mahrez, but this was wasted by King who delivered it straight into Guzan’s hands.
It was a pretty poor spectacle by this stage, with City content to concede possession and Boro looking blunt up front. Although Negredo put an effort into the side-netting and Mahrez was nimbly robbed by Fabio as he shaped to shoot, it was no surprise when the sides went in goalless at the break.

After some early second half pressure from the home side,  City broke upfield and Mahrez sent King down the left on the overlap. But his low cross passed across the goalmouth with no blue shirt on hand to apply a finishing touch.
Boro began to apply some pressure but Huth was dealing with a series of crosses comfortably.
Then Friend attempted a more direct route to goal, beating Simpson before attempting a top corner curler that had no curl and sailed wide.
City had a rare chance in the 69th minute but Ulloa sent a weak header straight at Guzan from a corner.

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Claudia Ranieri made a couple of changes around the 70 minute mark, with Mahrez and Okazaki brought off for Gray and Musa.
Boro’s best chance of breaking the deadlock came in the 81st minute when a Fabio cross took an awkward bounce in front of Morgan, causing him to send a hurried header straight to Ramirez. Fortunately the Boro man didn’t accept the gift and dragged a shot wide.
City threatened a couple of times in the five minutes of time added on: substitute Albrighton crossed for Ulloa, but his header landed on the roof of the net, and a Gray free-kick came to nothing.
0-0 was a fitting scoreline for this non-event of a game, but a point was most welcome.

Claudio Ranieri summed up: “The performance was good, a good spirit. We got one point and a second clean sheet in a row, it was good for us. Middlesbrough pushed a lot but were only dangerous on two or three crosses. We were so solid, I’m pleased with the spirit we showed. This season we have conceded so many goals, we had to improve. We have gone back to being solid and strong with a good personality.”

Middlesbrough: Guzan, Fabio, Gibson, Clayton, Negredo, De Roon, Barragan (Friend 34), Ramirez, Chambers, Forshaw (Leadbitter 89), Traore (Downing 80). Subs Not Used: Konstantopoulos, Bernardo, Rhodes, Stuani.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Mendy (Albrighton 83), Amartey, King, Mahrez (Musa 71), Okazaki (Gray 74), Ulloa. Subs Not Used: Zieler, Chilwell, Hernández, Wasilewski.

Referee: R Madley. Attendance: 32,437.

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber. 
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Leicester end 2016 on a winning note

Leicester City 1:0 West Ham United

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The greatest year in Leicester City’s history ended with a hard-fought 1-0 victory against West Ham at the King Power Stadium on Saturday…

Claudio Ranieri brought Mahrez, Drinkwater and Huth back into the starting XI (with Chilwell retaining his place) and changed formation, with Mahrez operating freely behind lone striker Slimani.
City went at West Ham right from the kick off, Slimani setting up Mahrez for an acrobatic shot that tested Randolph in the Hammers’ goal.
Two minutes later City threatened again: a well-measured Drinkwater ball sent Albrighton haring down the right and he delivered a cross that Slimani met with a header that rattled the left hand post.
West Ham began to press forward having weathered the early assault. Cresswell had a fierce shot blocked, and then saw his dangerous cross intercepted by Morgan.
Drinkwater went close with a volley in the 19th minute, and then City raised the roof soon after with an opening goal.
Albrighton sent over another fine cross from the right and Slimani’s thumping far post header went back across Randolph and into the net.

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It was the goal that City, and Slimani, desperately needed and it gave the home crowd a real lift.
City continued to press forward and Ogbonna went close to scoring an own goal as he blocked an Albrighton cross.
But as half time approached, West Ham gained control of the game and City had some defending to do. An incisive Noble ball almost set up Antonio on the penalty spot before Simpson’s timely intervention. This led to a scramble on the six yard line before Amartey managed to hack the ball clear.
The Hammers then came within inches of an equaliser when a Cresswell cross from the left was met on the half-volley by Antonio, but his effort hit the bar.
It was an end-to-end encounter now and both sides went close from free-kicks on the edge of the area. Huth’s ball-winning challenge on Payet was punished by referee Andrew Taylor. Payet’s curling effort into the bottom right hand corner was tipped away by Schmeichel.

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Gray then broke upfield on a lone raid and was fouled by Reid.
Mahrez’s free-kick was heading for the top right hand corner when Randolph got a hand to it at full stretch.
City took the precious lead in with them at the break, but knew that they faced a hard battle in the second half.
Although West Ham had more possession, they were being kept at bay by City, until a close call in the 67th minute.
Cresswell’s well-struck free kick from the right took a deflection of Chilwell, but Schmeichel managed to change direction to pounce on the loose ball.
Claudio Ranieri made his first change with 20 minutes remaining, bringing on Fuchs for Mahrez and pushing Chilwell forward.
Payet went on a run though City’s defence, but his shot went tamely at Schmeichel.

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With ten minutes remaining, City were beginning to look a bit laboured and Ranieri injected new life into the performance, bringing on Okazaki and Ulloa for Gray and Slimani. This had the desired effect and the tide turned with City now pressing forward.
Chilwell connected well with a shot from inside the area but Carroll blocked.
With five minutes remaining Cresswell crossed from the left but Carroll’s free-header went a yard wide from close in.
During six minutes of time added on, Simpson blocked Ogbonna’s header, and City had done enough to earn a very welcome three points.

It was a fitting end to 2016, as Claudio Ranieri enthused: “It is very important to get three points to close our fantastic year – it was unbelievable for us. Of course, it is very important for our table, twenty points. Forty is considered the magic number to survive relegation, and we are halfway through.
Our first thirty minutes were fantastic. In the second half we closed all the space very well and tried to score a goal. It’s important now to improve our confidence and be solid and strong.”

Leicester: Schmeichel; Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Chilwell; Drinkwater, Amartey; Gray (Okazaki 80), Mahrez (Fuchs 70), Albrighton; Slimani (Ulloa 82).Subs Not Used: Zieler, King, Mendy, Musa.
West Ham: Randolph, Reid, Cresswell, Nordtveit, Kouyate (Fernandes 78), Carroll, Noble (Lanzini 57), Ayew (Feghouli 64), Ogbonna, Payet, Antonio. Subs Not Used: Adrian, Obiang, Fletcher, Quina.

Referee: A Taylor. Attendance: 32,060.

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber. 
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The Champions cards that we produced to celebrate City’s greatest achievment in the
history of all sport, ever, have now sold out. But do not despair if you didn’t manage to lay your hands on a set. We have now made them available as an A4 sized print which you can have either framed, or the print on its own to frame yourself…frameThe framed print costs £11.80 inc postage — pay via Paypal HERE
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