Fulham 5-3 Leicester: Player ratings as Foxes sunk in goal-fest

Youri Tielemans of Leicester City (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images)
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A relegation-esque performance was displayed by Leicester City in a 5-3 defeat away at Fulham on Monday afternoon. Despite a late fightback from the Foxes, they were unable to overcome an abhorrent first half performance which saw themselves 3-0 down at Craven Cottage. Here are Foxes of Leicester’s player ratings for the contest.

Leicester City starting XI scores

Daniel Iversen: 1

As exceptional as his shot-stopping was in the 2-2 draw with Everton last week, his error for the first goal was so inexcusable that it almost offsets his prior displays. Set the game up with little to no hope for the Foxes.

Timothy Castagne: 2

Did relatively well in his role for the first goal, that is really the only positive from his performance frankly, allowed Willian to cut inside onto his favoured right whenever he pleased. Simply poor.

Wout Faes: 2

Although he may not have been the worst out there today and perhaps some may feel that a score that low is being hyper critical but with the collective effort being so poor, it would feel extremely false to give anyone part of that first half disaster a higher score. I suppose what you could say is that he wasn’t the worst out there, but that’s about it.

Caglar Soynucu: 2

You can make the argument that for both the second and third goal that City conceded, the soon-to-be Atletico Madrid player could have done much better. The first playing Vinicius onside and the second being sold extremely easily with Tom Cairney’s initial dummy. Also didn’t cover himself in his individual battles either.