The PFA ‘Player of The Year’ showed none of the form that he was in last season.
The tricky winger failed to take on any defenders with real conviction and was never truly in the first half.
Ranieri summed up his afternoon after substituting him at half time.
Whether this was to rest him for the Porto clash on Wednesday or his poor performance is up for debate, I’ll go with the latter.
Danny Drinkwater showed today why he’s so vital to the foxes.
His leadership in midfield carried them through the second half and his first half performance was valiant.
He was given an impossible job as he was essentially a one man midfield due to Amartey’s shocking performance.
His connection from defence to attack was vital to relieving pressure on the back-line of Leicester City.
Drinkwater for me, was Leicester City’s man of the match and so far this season, is their player of the season.
The performance he showed against Swansea in Leicester’s 2 – 1 win seems like a distant memory.
All over the place in midfield, Amartey was meant to be protecting the back 4 of Leicester City, instead, he shot them in the foot.
At blame for Rashford’s goal, he needs to take a look at himself in the mirror and improve.
Luckily he’s young and will hopefully learn from his mistakes today.
Myself and many other fans have faith as he has shown glimpses of what he’s capable of.
Albrighton had a mixed game.
His passing at times was sloppy however his crossing as always was on point.
The one time it mattered however he put the ball right into De Gea’s gloves instead of onto Slimani’s head.
I think Albrighton needs to go off and train a little on his left foot.