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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Harry Wilson of Fulham is challenged by Victor Kristiansen of Leicester City (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) /

Victor Kristiansen: 1

Offered nothing going forward as well as looking completely lost defensively time and time again.

Boubarkary Soumare: 2

At times showed competency when carrying the ball as well as showing some press resistance. However, his defensive positional sense was poor throughout the game and also got caught on the ball on numerous occasions.

Youri Tielemans: 1

His lack of athleticism was on full display once again. His distribution was remarkably  inconsistent. Taken off the pitch 15 minutes later than he should have. An abysmal performance.

Dennis Praet: 2 

Non-existent in the first period like the rest of the midfield. It may be quite harsh to judge Praet on the shambles that was the structural set-up of the midfield. However he was still a cog within said shambles.

James Maddison: 3

Completely ineffective for the majority of the game, certainly looked the best LCFC player on the pitch. But in a game like this, that statement means less than nothing. Having your best period in the game when the contest is practically over isn’t something to write home about. Even with the goal from the penalty that he did win. As far as effecting the end result, he did not.

Harvey Barnes: 3

Took his first goal extremely well, other than that little to no effect on the game. Not necessarily due to any fault of his own, considering the capitulation at the other end of the pitch.