Football Highlights: Chelsea 1 – 1 Leicester City (English Premier League) Highlight 19/20

Chelsea Looks To Bounce Back From Back To Back Defeats First 4-0 To Manchester United And Penalties Lost To Liverpool In Super Cup But This Time They Face A Strong Leicester City Fresh From Their 1-1 Against Wolves But Goals From Mason And Ndidi Was Enough For Both Team To Finish With One Point Each.

First Half Began With The Blues Looking To Redeem Themselves From A Disappointing Opening Premier League Lost To Man Utd And It Didn’t Take Long For Chelsea To Open The Scoring As 7 Minutes Into The Game Youngster Mason Mount Lash In A Wonderful Goal After Robbing The Ball Off Leicester City Player Ndidi To Make It 1-0.

Chelsea Looks To Break Down Leicester City To Add To Their Score But A Resilence Leicester Defence Was Too Good Enough To Allow Any Ball Get Pass Them As They Held Their Nerve To End The First Half 1-0.

Leicester Began The Second Half Looking More Lively As Jamie Vardy Almost Scoring A Equaliser But He Was Flagged Offside After Kepa Arrinzabalaga Saved The Ball, Chelsea Almost Doubled Their Lead As Oliver Giroud Came Close After An Error From Leicester City But A Save From Leicester Keeper Was Enough To Keep To Score 1-0.

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67 Minutes Into The Game Ndidi Scored The Equalizer For Leicester City From A James Madison Assist To Make It 1-1. Leicester City Were The Better Side All Through The Rest Of The Game As They Piled More Pressure On Chelsea Until The Full Time Whistle.


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