Netease Sports reported on October 4:
5 days ago, Leicester was humiliated by chopping melons and vegetables 5-2 in Manchester away.
Rogers couldn't figure out what went wrong with his team, and the Blue Foxes fell into a sleepwalking state almost as soon as the game opened. In the 14th minute, Creswell made a 45-degree cross from the left, and Antonio hit the right goal post and scored 0-1. In the 34th minute, Creswell made an accurate long pass from the left side of the backcourt. Fornals promptly stopped the ball and broke into the penalty area against offside. Facing Schmeichel, he scored a close corner and scored 0-2. In the 83rd minute, Fornals tore through the line of defense, Bowen advanced into the penalty area and faced Schmeichel with a push shot to lock the score, 0-3. Almost all of the three goals were caused by Leicester's defensive problems, easily torn the line of defense, making offsides impossible to be counter-offside, and allowing the striker and Schmeichel to play one by one and one against each other.
In the second minute of stoppage time, Barnes scored a goal after a series of beautiful cooperation with his teammates. However, after VAR intervened, the goal was blown offside and the first goal was blown. The only goal to save face disappeared, which made Fox City lose. More thorough.
The first three rounds of the season have won a total of three games, of which the most valuable is undoubtedly a 5-2 away win
Leicester coach Rogers probably can’t figure out which part of the game was wrong with almost the original team. The result is very different. I’m afraid Guardiola can’t even understand the result...