Bournemouth vs Leicester City Result | Leicester Failed in Top 4

Bournemouth vs Leicester City result, round 35 English Premier) Play missing people, goal Leicester is constantly bombarded. And the visitors could not stand.

Bournemouth vs Leicester City result

Bournemouth vs Leicester City Result | Advangateous for MAN UTD

Man Utd has a chance to climb up to 3rd place in the Premier League table after Leicester City lost to Bournemouth.

Scorer:

  • Bournemouth: Stanislas (66 ‘, pen 83’), Solanke (67 ‘, 87’)
  • Leicester: Vardy (23 ‘)

LINE UP:

  • Bournemouth: Ramsdale; Stacey, Ake (S Cook 40′), Kelly, Rico; Brooks (L Cook 81′), Gosling (Billing 45′), Lerma, Danjuma (Stanislas 45′); Solanke, Wilson (Surridge 90′)
  • Leicester: Schmeichel; Justin, Evans, Soyuncu; Albrighton (Bennett 16′), Ndidi, Tielemans, Fuchs; Perez (Barnes 70′) Vardy, Iheanacho (Praet 45′).

As predicted by the grave tone, Leicester had many difficulties before the team in the “red light” Bournemouth group. In the previous round, Bournemouth made Tottenham sweat with a score of 0-0, and this time they did more than that.

Leicester pay dearly because the crafts dream of sleep
Leicester pay dearly because the crafts dream of sleep

After Chelsea lost Sheffield Utd pain, Leicester has the opportunity to regain the 3rd position. Coach Rodgers launched his favorite 4-4-2 formation recently. With more powerful forces, The Foxes gradually dominated the battle. In the 23rd minute, they opened the scoring thanks to Jamie Vardy after a quick counterattack, stemming from Gosling’s ungainly loss of the ball in the middle of the pitch.

The early goal helped Leicester easier to kick. 36 minutes, Bournemouth again made a disastrous mistake but the visitors did not take advantage of the success. Things seemed even more favorable for Leicester when Nathan Aké, the center back of the home team, got injured and had to leave the field in the 40th minute.

However, entering the second half, the game suddenly reversed. Leicester actively counterattacked defensive kicks and paid dearly. 64 minutes into the match, Kasper Schmeichel delivered a silly wrong ball that caused Ndidi to make a foul in the penalty area. On the 11m mark, Stanislas easily deceived Kasper to equalize 1-1 for Bournemouth.

Only two minutes later, the indiscretion of the Leicester defense made them again pay the price and a major turning point of the match occurred. From the not too special phase of Bournemouth, the blue-shirt players let Solanke slam the ball comfortably on the left before firing into Kasper Schmeichel.

Things will not be too difficult for Leicester if Soyuncu center-back does not suddenly get angry, cool down a Bournemouth player who runs into the net, and is sent off. Backed and lost, Leicester became deadlocked. In the following minutes, The Foxes tried to push the team to find an equalizer but failed.

Solanke punished the visitors

83 minutes, nightmares continue to cling to Leicester. From Stanislas’s effort, the ball hit the heel of Evans with a direct change to Kasper Schmeichel, raising the score to 3-1 for the home team. The chance to win points for Leicester is almost over.

87 minutes, Christian Fuchs’ turn made a mistake when passing the ball asset for Solanke in the penalty area. The former Liverpool striker glided quickly before beating Kasper Schmeichel in the face-to-face, setting a 4-1 victory for Bournemouth.

With this victory, Bournemouth raised hopes of relegation by shortening the distance with Watford and West Ham to 3 points. Meanwhile, Leicester shot himself in the leg. They not only missed the opportunity to overcome Chelsea but also risk leaving the top 4 very clearly.

The happiest people after this game are of course M.U. If you win Southampton, M.U will rise to 3rd and have the right to decide the ticket to Champions League next season. Equally amusing is Chelsea, when they were given the chance to correct their mistakes after losing to Sheffield Utd.

Solanke scored twice in this match

There is a pretty special statistics about Leicester’s disaster at Dean Court: they are the first team in the Premier League since January 2019 to have just received a penalty, received a red card, and conceded in the same match. The last poor person before them was Wolves when this team lost to Man City. Meanwhile, Bournemouth is the first English Premier League team since August 2018 to come from behind after being led down for the first half.

Solanke scored twice in this Bournemouth vs Leicester City result

With this defeat, Leicester still stumbles in fourth place and may fall further, if MU beat Southampton in the latest match of round 33. Meanwhile, this victory helped Bournemouth revive. relegation guild. They are ranked 18th with 31 points, only 3 points behind West Ham and Watford, the third and 16th places.

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