09 Nov Leicester City v Arsenal Match Report, 09/11/2019, Premier League
Outstanding targets from Jamie Vardy and James Maddison increased Leicester City into instant since Brendan Rodgers’ side made light work of Arsenal.
Leicester City moved into second in the Premier League as goals from Jamie Vardy and James Maddison downed Arsenal 2-0 to cover a dominant display in the King Power Stadium.
Heading into Saturday’s experience seeking a fourth consecutive league win, Leicester failed to capitalise on some fundamental mistakes from Arsenal before Vardy’s well-worked 68th-minute attack – his 11th of the year.
Wilfred Ndidi had gone the closest to breaking the deadlock, hitting the crossbar early in the second half, while Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang needed a target ruled out for offside in the opposite end.
Maddison settled the match with a wonderful second, ensuring Brendan Rodgers’ unwanted continued their glistening form and, briefly , slot behind former companies Liverpool at the table.
3 – James Maddison has scored more goals from outside the box than any other participant in the Premier League this year (3). Pinpoint. pic.twitter.com/jdKhuXd7d8
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Matteo Guendouzi was lucky to eliminate a tug on Caglar Soyuncu ancient on, while Alexandre Lacazette ought to have done better using a close-range endeavor at the culmination of an Arsenal counter.
Unai Emery’s side proved to be their own worst enemy using always sloppy play, and Ayoze Perez must have done better after latching onto Hector Bellerin’s feeble pass.
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Ndidi appeared sure to start the scoring four minutes after the restart just to lift his campaign against the crossbar. Even though Aubameyang had no difficulty locating the internet, a flag for offside arrived into Leicester’s aid.
There wasn’t any sign of uncertainty once Vardy broke the deadlock, but together with Leicester’s striker turning residence after fantastic build-up play between Harvey Barnes along with Youri Tielemans.
Bernd Leno refused Vardy a moment, although Arsenal’s goalkeeper was left powerless to stop Maddison picking the bottom-right corner of his target with a superb first wing attack, the Foxes wrap up a deserved win in fashion.