Leicester 2-2 Brighton: Foxes player ratings

Wout Faes and Timo Castagne of Leicester City (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images)
Wout Faes and Timo Castagne of Leicester City (Photo by Michael Regan/Getty Images) /
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Harvey Barnes of Leicester City (Photo by Joe Prior/Visionhaus via Getty Images) /

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall: 6 – made things happen going forward for Leicester by moving around the pitch to create space and by picking balls up in Brighton’s half.

Dennis Praet: 6 – made a nice run in on goal during the first-half but was unlucky that KDH hadn’t spotted him, was involved in Leicester’s first chance of the game and ended up winning a corner, he was doing really well before he went off injured.

Harvey Barnes: 5 –  stood in space watching the ball rather than following his man too often and left Luke Thomas to deal with two men because of this, wasted a good chance in front of goal by providing a poor pass to Vardy rather than going for goal himself, he lost possession of the ball too easily, good finish for Leicester’s second goal.


Jamie Vardy: 5 – looked slow, made some runs to pull the opposition players out of position and create space but didn’t impact the match that much.


Marc Albrighton: 6 – calmly slotted the ball past Sanchez for his goal and first involvement in the game, helped out defensively and would bust a gut to get back and help Castagne out.

James Maddison: 6 – was nice to see him back on the pitch after two months, his footwork was just as good as before, did lose the ball a few times.

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Patson Daka: N/A – didn’t play for long enough to have an impact on the game.