Date: 5th May 2018 at 7:00pm
Written by:
Leicester City
0 – 2
West Ham United

King Power Stadium

Premier League

5/05/2018 3:00 pm

Attendance: 32013

Referee: Kavanagh

Leicester City West Ham United
Joao Mario (34), Noble (64)
Hamer Adrian
Benalouane Rice
Morgan Ogbonna
Maguire Cresswell
 
Fuchs Zabaleta
Mahrez Kouyate
Choudhury 61 Noble
Iborra 45 Masuaku 93
Diabate 61 Joao Mario
Adrien Silva Lanzini 75
Vardy Arnautovic
 
79

Substitutes

Gray 61 Carroll 75
Iheanacho 61 Hugill
Dragovic
 
45 Obiang
Jakupovic Evra 93
Thomas Fernandes 79
Barnes Cullen
Hughes Trott

Game Statistics

13 Goal attempts 13
2 On Target 3
8 Corners 3
8 Fouls 9
1 Yellow Cards 2
0 Red Cards 0
54 % 46

Leicester City slipped to a fourth defeat in the last five matches with a 2-0 loss to West Ham United at the King Power Stadium earlier today.

Goals in each half from the visitors secured all three points as Joao Mario and Mark Noble found the net and Leicester City remain in ninth place in the Premier League table as the pressure ramps up on manager Claude Puel.

Having been given a vote of confidence by Leicester’s owners on Friday, extending the winless run on home soil to six matches won’t have gone unnoticed, nor will the overall performance which leaves us with only two wins in our last 12 games.

Those expressing their displeasure at the Frenchman are unlikely to cut him any slack even though he was without nine senior players for the game as they will point to prior performances and the fact we have failed to score in three successive games for the first time since February 2017.

With Arsenal up next, things are unlikely to get any easier for the Foxes.