Leicester at home eventually defended a tight win over Burnley, although the festival of offensive chances did not offer to the audience any of the teams. They had to settle for only one goal in the 6th minute, home midfielder Demarai Gray.
Leicester City had several more serious defeats before the game, and its overall position is not very positive, but home to the Foxes. Against Burnley, Leicester has a tradition of always winning a home team, which he wanted to Betclic support this afternoon. The defensive work of the guests was to try especially Gray, Mahrez and Vardy. Clarets relied on Cork, Defour, Wood, or Mee.
In the first five minutes Chris Wood arrived at the end, but on the other side, Jamie Wardy did not reach the long shot. In the sixth minute, however, the home was home, and it was a very cold shower for Burnley. Ndidi extended the game to the Mahrr who centered. The ball in the strike was sent by goalkeeper Pope inadvertently only to the running Demaraie Gray, who slipped the ball into the net – 1: 0.
The guests, of course, did not want to put the towel in the ring, and Leicester was under great pressure for a while. 7 minutes into the game, Brady had a good opportunity to give Chris Wood the lead as he charged down the right and struck the ball towards the top corner, but the home team’s goalkeeper made the save. In the end, Danny Simpson had to scrap the home team, otherwise goalkeeper Schmeichel might have been overcome.
After thirty minutes, Brady was injured and had to be alternated, which was a little weakened. Still, Burnley did not Unibet betting online give up and Gudmundsson found a beautiful cross on Chris Wood after an individual action. He was about to finish, but at the last minute Morgan was back. The first half ended with two great attempts by Riyad Mahrez, but he did not score exactly once.
The Algerian striker of the Liquez offensive lines continued to be active after the party was changed, but his ability was very well aware of the guests, so Mahrez had often had up to two unpleasantly stubborn henchmen. The goal was not to match his Vardym, because his jam and his intention to capture Gray’s defender Clarets were understandable. A few minutes later, Ndidi was firing a quick volley, but he did not go right.
The second half did not bring any miraculous or fast football, on the contrary, it seemed that both teams are satisfied with the current development of the game. Ndidi was trying to combine with Vardym, but in the end, the team was defeated. After him, on the other hand, the Icelandic midfielder Gudmundsson tried to finish, but Iborra stopped at the last minute.