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Leicester slip up at the Etihad

Manchester City 2:1 Leicester City

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Leicester were denied a point at the Etihad on Saturday when Riyad Mahrez had a second half penalty disallowed for a double touch…

Craig Shakespeare was forced into making two changes to his line-up with Chilwell and King replacing the injured Huth and Drinkwater.
Man City were the first to threaten in the 3rd minute when a low cross from Sane was intercepted by Fuchs with Jesus waiting to pounce.
From the resulting corner, an unmarked Fernandinho had the goal at his mercy but got his header wrong and missed the target.
City’s unfamilar defence were looking a bit stretched, with Benalouane making a vital headed clearance before Jesus came within inches of of converting a cross.
Leicester then created a chance of their own but Ndidi’s awkaward header from a free-kick flew well over.
Soon after this Albrighton attempted a long range effort but it went tamely into Caballero’s grasp.
Man City had plenty of possession at this point but couldn’t create much. Silva broke through on the left and pulled back for Sane who mishit his shot across goal.
Ndidi blocked a Sterling effort, and then a De Bruyne 25 yarder span up off Benalouane, but sailed wide of Schmeichel’s goal.
The hosts broke Leicester’s resistance in the 29th minute. A Sane cross from the left found Silva in the area and slotted a cool finish home from 12 yards.
Sterling, in an offside position and unsighting Schmeichel, took a swing at the ball, but referee Bobby Madley didn’t judge him to be interfering with play, despite heated protests from the Leicester players.
Six minutes later Leicester were 2-0 down and there were no complaints this time as Benalouane knocked Sane over in the area with a clumsy lunge. Jesus sent Schmeichel the wrong way with his spot-kick and it was difficult to see a way back in for Leicester at this stage.
The one-way traffic continued towards the visitors goal, but with three minutes of the half left, Leicester struck back.
Great work from Albrighton down the left saw him deliver a cross that Okazaki crashed home with a brilliant volley.

Leicester started the second half with a purpose. Albrighton attempted a couple of shots, and then Kompany had to take a yellow for the team, felling Chilwell on the halfway line to prevent a dangerous looking breakaway move.
Sterling then cut in from the right and his cross struck Albrighton in the face, lengthy treatment for a nosebleed disproving the loud appeals for handball.
Leicester enjoyed a decent spell, pressing forward against a less confident looking City, without managing to deliver a telling final ball.
Toure had a shot blocked and City broke upfield, but a De Bruyne foul halted Okazaki’s progress.
Albrighton was in the wars again when Fernandinho planted an elbow into his eye, though it was judged accidental and Albrighton was left with an instant shiner and a sense of grievence.
Craig Shakespeare made his first change in the 66th minute, bringing Amartey on for King, as Leicester continued to press forward in search of an equaliser.
Slimani was then brought on for Okazaki.
In the 76th minute Leicester appeared to have made the breakthrough. Mahrez had just entered the penalty area when he was tripped by Clichy for an obvious penalty.
Mahrez picked up the ball himself and netted from the penalty spot, but wait.
The Leicester fans celebrations were cut short as play restarted with a goal kick. Mahrez had slipped at the vital moment and connected twice with his shot. Madley had shown attention to detail, without noticing two Man City players encroaching into the area and Caballero off his line.
He wasnt the first player to slip over on a pich that had been heavily watered at half time, but it was an unprecedented way to throw a point away.
With ten minutes remaining Albrighton gained revenge on Fernandinho with a heavy challenge and he was instantly replaced by Gray.
The action was end to end now. Kompany failed to nod a Silva cross under the bar, while a great Leicester move down the right saw Simpson deliver a cross for Vardy, whose flick went narrowly wide.
Otamendi blocked an Ndidi shot as the 90 minutes came up and he required treatement which would further extend the 7 minutes of time-added-on.
It was frantically scrappy end to the game. City had a free-kick when Mahrez was fouled by Silva. Schmeichel came upfield for it, but the home defence cleared and the final whistle blew.

Craig Shakespeare wasn’t happy with Man City’s first goal, or the failure to retake the penalty due to encroachment, but was satisfied with the performance:
“It’s bad luck from our point of view, but I’m more pleased with the way the lads went about it second half, we took the game to City and caused lots of problems. We looked a bit dejected first half, the two goals took the stuffing out of us, and to get our goal, a quality goal, was the first time we played with any quickness to our play. I think the players are getting every last drop out of themselves. The spirit, determination they showed was there for everyone to see.”

Man City : Caballero, Fernandinho, Kompany, Otamendi, Clichy, Toure, Sterling (Aguero 78), De Bruyne (Zabaleta 82), Silva, Sane, Gabriel Jesus (Jesus Navas 90). Subs Not Used: Fernando, Nolito, Kolarov, Gunn.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Benalouane, Fuchs, Chilwell, Mahrez, Ndidi, King (Amartey 68), Albrighton (Gray 80), Okazaki (Slimani 73), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Musa, Kapustka, Zieler, Wasilewski.

Referee: R Madley. Attendance: 54,407. 

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Vardy hat trick sees Leicester humble Man City

Leicester City 4:2 Manchester City

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 10 December 2016

Leicester finally discovered last season’s level of performance with a 4-2 dismantling of Manchester City at a rain-swept KPS on Saturday evening…

Claudio Ranieri made ten changes to the line-up who were thrashed in Porto, while Pep Guardiola was missing Aguero and Fernandinho after last week’s bust up against Chelsea.
Against a back drop of constant rain, Leicester started this game in determined fashion, and delighted a soaking wet crowd with a third minute goal.
After good work from Mahrez, Slimani threaded a ball between Stones and Kolarov and Vardy raced through to place a precise finish across Bravo, his first goal in 16 games.

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 10 December 2016

If this was a great start for Leicester, it was to get even better three minutes later.
Slimani claimed another assist, teeing up King on the edge of the area for a fine curling effort that eluded Bravo’s grasp.
The home crowd went wild, sensing that last season’s City were back at last.

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 10 December 2016

Leicester continued to press against a shell-shocked looking City.
Mahrez threatened with a dangerous run, while Slimani volleyed a decent chance over the bar.
Just as the visitors managed to get a hold on the game, and started probing at City’s defence -de Bruyne sending a shot narrowly wide – Vardy struck again in the 21st minute.
It was superb goal, out of the 2015-16 handbook. A 60 yard ball from Fuchs was magically cushioned into the path of Vardy by Mahrez, and the England striker glided past Bravo and rolled the ball into the net.
Mahrez then went past two players before curling in a shot that forced Bravo into a decent save.
The visitors managed to mount some pressure of their own towards the break, but City’s defence were alert and efforts from Kolarov, de Bruyne and Fernando were all blocked.
Leicester might have gone in at the break 4-0 up, but Slimani’s header from a fine Albrighton cross missed the target.

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 10 December 2016

Despite the three-goal cushion, there was still an air of tension as Man City dominated possession and created plenty of chances after the break.
Zabaleta and De Bruyne had shots blocked before De Bruyne dragged a shot wide when well placed.
Iheanacho then had a shot saved by Zieler and Gundogan fired narrowly wide before Guardiola  introduced Sterling and Yaya Toure to the game.
The one-way traffic continued with Zabaleta seeing his shot deflected wide by King, before the defence were given a breather when Slimani pushed forward and tested Bravo with a 20 yarder.
Ranieri brought Okazaki on for Slimani in the 77th minute, and Leicester went 4-0 up within a minute.
Stones attempted a pass back to Bravo, but Vardy seized upon the ball, took a touch round the City keeper, and then slid the ball in off the far post from the tightest of angles. It was an inch over the line when Sagna cleared it.
Vardy’s goal drought was emphatically over, and this was his first hat trick for Leicester, each one finished with surgical precision.

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 10 December 2016

Only when the game was won did Leicester finally concede a goal, Kolarov beating Zieler with a 22 yard curling free-kick that found the top right hand corner with 8 minutes remaining.
Vardy was given a standing ovation when replaced by Gray with three minutes left, before Nolito applied a finishing touch to Kolarov’s low cross to further reduce the arrears.
Mahrez then made way for Matty James, making his first appearance since a serious injury in May 2015.
The final whistle was greeted with a huge roar of approval.
It was City’s finest performance of the season, achieved without midfield lynchpin Danny Drinkwater or Kasper Schmeichel, and proved that the spirit of 2015-16 is still in there somewhere.

Claudio Ranieri told the post match press conference: “It was the true Leicester today, maybe because we have played so badly in our last few matches, but today we were so strong. We wanted to do best for our fans because they support us a lot and travel to Portugal and we did not play so well. For this reason we wanted to show our best.” 

Leicester: Zieler, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Amartey, King, Mahrez (James 90), Albrighton, Slimani (Okazaki 77), Vardy (Gray 87). Subs Not Used: Hamer, Chilwell, Mendy, Musa. 
Man City: Bravo, Sagna, Zabaleta, Fernando, Gundogan (Nolito 67), Kolarov, Navas (Sterling 58), De Bruyne, Silva, Stones, Iheanacho (Toure 58). Subs Not Used: Caballero, Sane, Clichy, Adarabioyo.
Referee: Michael Oliver. Attendance: 31, 966.

 

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Leicester stun the Etihad with 3-1 victory

Manchester City 1:3 Leicester City

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One of the biggest games in Leicester’s history saw them triumphant with a 3-1 win at the Etihad Stadium in this Saturday lunchtime table-topping clash…

Claudio Ranieri was able to name an unchanged side for this vital game and they got off to a flying start at a rainswept Etihad.
Although this was a record attendance at the Etihad many supporters were still absent due to traffic problems when Leicester took a 3rd minute lead.
After Hart had punched a threatening Albrighton cross clear, the ball was fed out to Mahrez on the right where he was bundled over by Kolarov.
Mahrez delivered the free-kick into the six yard box, where Huth had nipped ahead of Demicheli, getting a vital touch that deflected off the defender giving Hart no chance.
The already soaked Leicester players celebrated gleefully.
Five minutes later the visitors almost doubled their lead when a fantastic diagonal ball from Albrighton saw Vardy bearing down on goal. Hart was out smartly to block him and then Otamendi put in a timely challenge to deny Okazaki who was following up and shaping to shoot.
Hart was soon in action again, this time sliding out to meet Drinkwater who had been slipped in down the left by Mahrez.
City’s first chance came when Silva topped off a slick passing move with a low shot, that beat Schmiechel’s left hand post by a foot.
Leicester were happy to let City have the possession at this stage and one spell was ended with a superb crossfield Mahrez ball that picked out Vardy on the left. The England striker powered past Otamendi and delivered a low cross that saw Okazaki just crowded out at the near post.
Leicester had a scare when Fuchs and Zabaleta collided on the edge of the area, but referee Taylor awarded a free-kick. Kolarov’s fiercely delivered free-kick was bravely headed over by Huth when a mere mortal would have been tempted to duck.
Touré sent a shot well over after Sterling teed him up and Leicester took their precious lead down the tunnel at half-time.

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Just as they had in the first half, Leicester scored three minutes after the restart.
City broke upfield with Kanté evading a couple of challenges. He passed to Mahrez, who rode an Otamendi tackle and then feinted round Demichelis before firing in a fantastic shot that left Hart standing.
He executed a forward roll before sharing the moment with three tiers of Leicester fans who were scarcely able to believe their own eyes.
City skipper Touré was then replaced by Fernando, who was soon in the action, forcing a superb point-blank reaction save from Schmeichel when he got his head to a corner kick.
On the hour the fantasy football continued as Leicester went 3-0 up. Fuchs’ corner from the left was met with a towering header from Huth and Hart was rooted to the spot again as it found the top left hand corner.
Vardy went clear on goal but Leicester were denied a fourth when Hart stood in his way and blocked the shot with his chest.
Agüero had a couple of efforts blocked as Leicester defended brilliantly, and they were only breached in the 88th minute when it was too late. Celina delivered a cross from the right and Agüero glanced a near post header across Schmeichel.
Hearts were in mouths moments later when a careless Simpson backpass put Agüero in on goal but we were spared a nerve-shredding finale when Schmeichel forced him wide and his shot sailed harmlessly over.
The final whistle confirmed a 3-1 victory in perhaps the most incredible game of an astonishing season. The table showed Leicester six points clear, as they continued to defy football logic, and one by one the numbers of people saying they ‘can’t’ win the league are being reduced.
Claudio Ranieri reacted to Leicester being made the bookmakers’ favourites for the title:
“I don’t believe the bookmakers. At the beginning of the season the bookmakers said, ‘sack Ranieri’. I hope one time they are right!”

Man City: Hart, Zabaleta, Otamendi, Demichelis, Kolarov, Touré (Fernando (52), Fernandinho, Silva (Celina 77), Delph (Iheanacho 52), Sterling, Agüero. Subs Not Used: Caballero, Clichy, Sagna, A. Garcia.
Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Morgan, Huth, Fuchs, Kanté, Drinkwater, Albrighton (Dyer 86), Mahrez (Gray 77), Okazaki (Ulloa 81), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Schwarzer, Wasilewski, Chilwell, King.

Referee: A Taylor. Attendance: 54,693.

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Leicester round off a great year with a point against Man City

Leicester City 0:0 Manchester City

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City completed half the league programme level on points with leaders Arsenal after a battling 0-0 draw at home to Manchester City on Tuesday night.

Claudio Ranieri made two changes to his side with Drinkwater and Inler in for Okazaki and King.
Although it was the visitors who had the best of the opening spell Leicester created the first real chance, Fuchs chipping a free-kick forward which Huth headed narrowly over the bar.
De Bruyne then tested Schmeichel with a well struck shot, before the constantly threatening Agüero had a shot deflected into the City keeper’s grasp.
After Morgan had broken up a dangerous move involving Silva and Sterling, Mahrez then dispossessed Kolarov before sending a shot just over the bar.

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As Man City stepped up the pressure Schmeichel denied Sterling twice, but it was the home side who finished the half on top.
Albrighton went agonisingly close to reaching a Fuchs cross at the far post; and then Vardy burst through the middle, getting ahead of the superb Mangala for once, but he lifted his shot high of the target.

The second half continued at the same searing pace and De Bruyne’s cross was met by Agüero at the near post but he couldn’t convert the chance.
Kanté then charged forward from midfield and unleashed a low shot that was inches wide.
Ulloa came on for Inler in the 67th minute after Manuel Pellegrini had brought Bony on for  Agüero.

Leicester City v Manchester City, Premier League, 29 Dec 2015

Bony’s first effort saw him send a shot over the bar from a good position.
Drinkwater sent Vardy in on the left with a fine pass, but the England striker’s angled drive was saved by Hart.
Sterling and Silva were also withdrawn from play and there was little drama in the closing stages as both sides guarded their point.

2015 may well have been the greatest year in the history of Leicester City Football Club and this was a fitting end.
Claudio Ranieri outlined the task that faces us in the New Year: “We’re the basement and the other teams are a villa with a swimming pool. It’s not easy for us but we want to fight with everybody.”

Leicester: Schmeichel, Simpson, Huth, Morgan, Fuchs, Inler (Ulloa 67), Kanté, Drinkwater (King 80), Mahrez, Albrighton (De Laet 90), Vardy. Subs Not Used: Schwarzer, Wasilewski, Dyer, Okazaki.
Man City: Hart, Sagna, Mangala, Otamendi, Kolarov, Fernandinho, Silva (Navas 74), Touré, De Bruyne, Sterling (Iheanacho 89), Agüero (Bony 63). Subs Not Used: Zabaleta, Caballero, Demichelis, Horsfield.

Referee: C Pawson. Attendance: 32,027.  

PHOTOS: Simon Kimber

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Leicester park the bus at the Etihad – and pay the penalty

Manchester City 2:0 Leicester City

Man City v Leicester City, Barclays Premiership, 4 March 2015

A goal at the end of each half was enough for Champions Manchester City to ease their way past Leicester at the Etihad on Wednesday night…

While Nigel Pearson stuck with the side that drew at Everton, the big team news of the night was City skipper Kompany being relegated to the bench.
Though with City camped in their own third and at one point having just 22% possession chances to test the new-look defence were rare.
In the third minute Bony, met a Silva’s corner, but Cambiasso cleared comfortably off the line. Other than that, a packed Leicester defence managed to restrict City to a long range effort from Toure that didn’t test Schwarzer.
But it was Leicester who should have made a breakthrough when Schlupp broke down the left only to be pushed over by Bony for a clear penalty, but referee Robert Madley waved play on.

Man City v Leicester City, Barclays Premiership, 4 March 2015

In the 25th minute they were more appeals from the visitors when Kramarić, chased a Mahrez through ball into the area and was upended by City keeper Hart, though he appeared to just touch the ball before the man.
The evening then got busier for Schwarzer  as he produced good saves to deny Bony and then Toure.
A clever lob from Silva then sent Bony clean through but he blazed his finish high and wide.
Just when it looked as though Leicester could congratulate themselves on surviving the half unscathed, some static defending in injury time saw Silva reacting swiftly to a rebound off Morgan to put the Champions ahead.

Leicester had another penalty denied them early in the second half when Kramarić was tripped by Fernando just inside the area.
This time referee Madley saw the foul but placed it outside the box. Kramarić sent the free-kick inches wide of the left hand upright.
In the 57th minute Pearson made his first changes, with Nugent and Vardy on for Koncheksy and Kramarić.
The hosts started to turn th escrew on Leicester, but some fine saves from Schwarzer kept them at bay. By this point he was flinging himself around his goalmouth to deny efforts from Toure, Kolarov and Silva.

Man City v Leicester City, Barclays Premiership, 4 March 2015

Amidst this action was one great chance for Leicester when Mahrez beat the unsighted Hart with a low shot, but he hit the right hand post.
Soon after that Mahrez made way for Ulloa, but Leicester appeared to run out of steam in the last fifteen minutes.
It was City who added to the scoreline late on when Milner found too much space in the goalmouth to prod home a Navas cross and seal the victory.
While replays showed that City should have been awarded two penalties, we are left wondering what could have been achieved with a more adventurous set-up against a side that have not been at their best in recent weeks.

Man City: Hart, Demichelis, Sagna, Kolarov, Mangala, Silva (Lampard 79), Fernando, Navas, Toure, Aguero (Dzeko 85), Bony (Milner 72). Subs Not Used: Caballero, Kompany, Zabaleta, Clichy.
Leicester: Schwarzer, Konchesky (Nugent 57), Morgan, Upson, James, Huth, Schlupp, Simpson, Cambiasso, Mahrez (Ulloa 76), Kramarić (Vardy 57). Subs Not Used: Drinkwater, King, Hamer, Wasilewski.

Referee: R Madley. Attendance: 45,000.

ALL PHOTOS: Simon Kimber

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Leicester defeated by Champions

Leicester City 0:1 Manchester City

Leicester City v Man City, Barclays Premier, 13  December, 2014

Leicester put in a decent performance against Champions Manchester City on Saturday, but yet another defeat left an air of resignation hanging over the KPS…Nigel Pearson made four changes to his starting line-up with Hamer, Morgan, Drinkwater and King in for Schmeichel, Moore, James and Ulloa.
Manuel Pellegrini had to change his plans when Dzeko injured himself during the pre-match warm-up.
Leicester started brightly with a couple of explosive runs from Vardy – one saw his cross for Schlupp cut out by Kompany;  and then he burst into the Man City penalty area though Mangala did enough to ensure he fired wide of the right hand post.
Cambiasso then missed the target after an error from Mangala before the visitor’s defence settled in.
After a fierce Toure shot was blocked by  Simpson, Leicester were inches away from taking the lead when a long range free-kick from Cambiasso whistled past the right hand post with Hart beaten.
Hamer’s first serious action came after half an hour  when he came off his line well to get a fist to a Silva free-kick. It fell for Pozo 20 yards out but Hamer had recovered his ground to comfortably field his first time shot.
Hamer then got down well to parry a low Toure effort, but could do nothing about the Champions opening goal five minutes before the break.
Leicester City v Man City, Barclays Premier, 13  December, 2014As Man City broke upfield, Nasri crossed for Lampard, who was completely unmarked in the middle and only had to place the ball past Hamer for the lead.
After all the effort of the first half, a defensive mistake had cost Leicester dear again.
The second half was broken up by endless free-kicks with the ref reluctant to allow any contact.
Silva missed the target from a decent chance, while up the other end a Mangala challenge on Vardy brought penalty appeals more in hope than expectation.
Ulloa, Powell and Knockaert were all introduced into the action, but Man City were content to sit on their lead and attack on the break.
Ulloa managed a shot on the turn, and Knockaert fired a free-kick was into the wall, but Hart had very little to do.
Leicester City v Man City, Barclays Premier, 13  December, 2014Ulloa sent an effort over the bar after a Morgan nod down the game was up.

Leicester were in no way embarrassed by their illustrious opponents, but another poor piece of defending ensured that they got nothing for their efforts and they remain rooted to the bottom of the Premier League.
Director of Football Terry Robinson did not survive the weekend, leaving the club on Sunday evening. We await further developments, though it is difficult to see any course of action that could preserve our long-awaited and hard fought for place in the top flight.

Leicester: Hamer, Konchesky, Drinkwater (Knockaert 79), Morgan, Vardy (Powell 72), King, Schlupp (Ulloa 64), Simpson, Cambiasso, Mahrez, Wasilewski. Subs Not Used: Hammond, James, Moore, Smith.
Man City: Hart, Sagna, Kompany (Demichelis 77), Fernando, Nasri, Lampard (Milner 60), Mangala, Silva, Clichy, Toure, Pozo (Navas 73) . Subs Not Used: Kolarov, Caballero, Fernandinho. 

Referee: J Moss. Attendance: 31,643.
ALL PHOTOS: SIMON KIMBER
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