The match played this Sunday at the King Power Stadium and between Leicester and Brentford ended with a tie at two between both contenders.
The goals of the match for the locals were scored by Timothy Castagne (32′ 1T) and Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall (0′ 2T). While the away goals were made by Ivan Toney (16′ 2T) and Josh Dasilva (40′ 2T).
Wesley Fofana came close to increasing the difference in the 66th minute of the second half, but his shot hit one of the posts.
James Maddison had a great performance. The Leicester City attacker shone kicking 7 times and making 47 correct passes.
Josh Dasilva also had a good performance. The Brentford midfielder scored 1 goal and made 15 correct passes.
The process of the game was fought and with a lot of friction during the 90 minutes.
Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers presented a 3-5-2 tactical arrangement with Danny Ward in goal; Wesley Fofana, Jonny Evans and Daniel Amartey on the defensive line; Timothy Castagne, Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, Wilfred Ndidi, Youri Tielemans and James Justin in the middle; and James Maddison and Jamie Vardy on the attack.
For its part, Thomas Frank’s team came out with a 4-3-3 tactical arrangement with David Raya under the three sticks; Aaron Hickey, Pontus Jansson, Ben Mee and Rico Henry on defense; Mathias Jensen, Christian Norgaard and Vitaly Janelt at half court; and Bryan Mbeumo, Ivan Toney and Yoane Wissa up front.
Jarred Gillett was in charge of overseeing the order of play during the match.
On the next day Leicester will face Arsenal as a visitor, while Brentford will play at home against Manchester United.
In this way the local is in eleventh place in the championship with 1 point, while the visit, with 1, is in eighth place.
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