Leicester City defender Daniel Amartey appears to be set for a long time on the sidelines after suffering a horrendous injury in Saturday's Premier League 1-1 draw with West Ham United. "But for the moment, I can't give my opinion because I haven't seen the action".
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. Naturally, there is no information on that situation for blatant reasons; yet, Vardy declared himself fit in an Instagram post following a stomach bug.
Nevertheless, Pellegrini thought the progress his side have made was clear to see, adding: "I would answer similar - the same way as I did after the last game which we lost against Tottenham". However, Puel made a decision to leave out his star striker and revert to a 4-2-3-1 formation with Kelechi Iheanacho leading the line in attack.
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While Ndidi played throughout the Premier League clash staged at the King Power Stadium, Iheanacho was subbed off in the 62nd minute.
"Mark told me he had no bad intentions and he tried to get the ball, but maybe he arrived late". "Now we must score the chances we create, or create even more chances". He is playing well and was at his best in this game, so it is hard. But West Ham fans still praised his display. We must continue working and we are unlucky with the goals we are conceding. "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 home team finally leveled with one minute remaining when Ndidi's long-range shot went in after taking a big deflection off Balbuena.