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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Jamie Vardy of Leicester City (Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images) /

Jamie Vardy: 3

Despite doing so well to win the initial penalty, his execution of said penalty was a lot to be desired. A player who over the last few weeks has been much improved, today wasn’t his best but like the odd few he cant be blamed for the disaster that happened in his own goal.


Tete: 5

By far the most positive and encouraging display on the field. His dropping deep to aid build-up play was great while his attacking wing-play was excellent. Hopefully he showed to Dean Smith he should be a nailed on starter for the game against Liverpool in a weeks time.

Wilfred Ndidi: 2

It does seem that the Ndidi of old no longer exists, his lack of a defensive impact is now extremely worrying to the point where he is a constant net-negative whenever he is on the field. It is a real shame to witness such a decline in what was one of the leagues best holding midfielders.

Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall: 5

Very assured in the limited minutes he featured, provided real athleticism and ball carrying ability something that the midfield was severely lacking before he entered the game.

Patson Daka: 5 

Reacted well for the third Leicester goal after the error by Shane Duffy. But other than that had very little time or opportunity to impact the game.

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Luke Thomas: 5

Coming on at that point in the game in that situation having an impact would of been extremely difficult, thus the default five is given.