Leicester player Ratings vs Arsenal
Here are the player ratings from the King Power Stadium.
Kasper Schmeichel, 5 – Didn’t move for either of the first-half goals. Not at his most uncompromising best, but one good save from Aubameyang.
Daniel Amartey, 4 – Almost scored an own goal within minutes, failed to clear properly for one of the goals and subbed at the break.
Johnny Evans, 6 – A mixed bag of some good clearances helping the team improve after the break, and instances of not keeping tight to his man. In a muddle for the second goal.
Caglar Soyuncu, 5 – Sloppy in possession in the early stages, lost out in aerial battles and didn’t close out spaces for several Arsenal chances.
Boubakary Soumare, 7 – The most combative player on the team for the Foes and his influence helped them get back on top – but not back in the game.
James Maddison, 7 – Took a while to get into the game but was the best source of chances from about the half-hour mark onwards.
Luke Thomas, 6 – Got forward to good effect at times but defensively had a few struggles against Saka.
Jamie Vardy, 6 – Marginalised and didn’t really find space to run in behind the defence.
Kelechi Iheanacho, 6 – Some nice link play and a great shot on the turn in the first half. Surprisingly subbed at the break.
Harvey Barnes 7: tried to bring more firepower to the game going forward, created some goal scoring chances but wasn’t his day.
Ademola Lookman 5: Along with Barnes he threatened the Arsenal defence severally.
Patson Daka 6: A thorn on the Arsenal side all the while he was on, his energy should be something Leicester looks up to going forward.
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