Leicester City 0-1 Bournemouth: Foxes player ratings

Leicester City players (Photo by Matthew Lewis/Getty Images)
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Midfielders and striker

Wilfred Ndidi: 6 – Came across to make some good tackles, tried to get himself between his man and the ball.

Boubakary Soumare: 6 – Struggled to control the ball at times and at one point even passed it out of play, made poor decisions with the ball in the in the first half. Looked like a much better player in the second-half with more confidence.

James Maddison: 4 – Gave the ball away in front of the Leicester box. He was completely at fault for the goal, he played a short back pass, which is cut out by Billing and played it past Iversen.

Ricardo Pereria: 4 – Made a silly pass to allow Bournemouth to make a dangerous attack, made some good forward runs, but didn’t have a lot of support.

Harvey Barnes: 4 – Let Bournemouth player get hold of the ball after not playing Kristiansen in first time and allowed the Cherries to run down the wing. Couldn’t keep the ball when under pressure.

Jamie Vardy: 4 – Did jump in defensively to stop a shot, closed and chased players down in the first-half and communicated well. Caught offside too many times, wasn’t a goal-threat.


Patson Daka: 4 – Gave away too many fouls, there wasn’t a lot of space for him to make runs and create any opportunities.

Kelechi Iheanacho: 5 – Made an immediate impact, is able to hold the ball up and create space.

Tete: 4 – Didn’t hold his position on the wing and kept coming too deep for balls.

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Dennis Praet: N/A – Wasn’t on for long but didn’t have an influence and disappeared into the game.