Bournemouth 2-1 Leicester: player ratings after familiar feeling

Patson Daka of Leicester City celebrates with teammates (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)
Patson Daka of Leicester City celebrates with teammates (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) /
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James Maddison of Leicester City (Photo by Ryan Pierse/Getty Images) /

James Maddison: 5/10- Not able to hit the heights of Monday’s performance and offered little against a stubborn Bournemouth rearguard. He crowned his frustration with a yellow card for a late challenge.

Patson Daka: 7/10- Justified his selection with a well-taken finish, which proved to be a false dawn. He struggled to hold the ball up but his goalscoring form remains one positive in the darkness.

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Jamie Vardy: 5/10- Looks a shadow of his former self and shorn of confidence. Perhaps time is finally catching up with the ageless forward.

Ayoze Perez: 5/10- Thrown on in the hope of salvaging something but did little positive or negative in his short cameo.

Kelechi Iheanacho: 5/10- Offered precious little but probably deserves more playing time.

Daniel Amartey: 5/10- Scapegoated as usual due to him coming on just before LCFC imploded. In reality, it was strange for him to be brought on at right-back since Castagne had done well but he did not solidify the defence which was the aim of his substitution.

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Brendan Rodgers: 3/10- Another typical ‘Rodgers performance’ where the Foxes started brightly but did not kill the game off. A couple of strange substitutions and inferior game management led to Leicester City going from a win to a loss in the space of five minutes. Unfortunately, it appears that the Nottingham Forest game was not the turning point we hoped for and once again the cries for Rodgers out are ringing out amongst the LCFC fanbase.