Leicester City has lost points in every Premier League game this year after Bournemouth overcame a 2-1 deficit to defeat the Foxes. After 10 minutes, Daka’s goal for Leicester City gave them the lead.

Bournemouth kept banging on Leicester City’s door because they weren’t in the mood to give up. In the 67th minute, Billing became the first Bournemouth player to score the equalizer. In the second half, Christie made it a two-one score.

Leicester City dropped from a winning position in 2022 by 30 points. They have only won one game this year, a Premier League contest against Nottingham Forest.

It is a concerning stat for Brendan Rodgers, the team’s manager, appears to be disappointed by the final score and wants his players to play to the best of their abilities.

The outcome has given Bournemouth, who had a rough start to the season, hope. They are presently ranked eighth in the Premier League.

With four points, Leicester City is presently ranked 19th in the Premier League.

The turnaround at Vitality Stadium, according to Rodgers, was caused by defensive lapses and safe possession play, with the absence of quality on the ball being his main worry.

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What Next For Bouremouth and Leicester City

The 15th of October 2022 at 3:00 pm will see Bournemouth depart for Fulham. Even though Gary O’Neil’s club has gone unbeaten in its last four games, the North London team is a very difficult opponent to play against.

With Premier League action heating up, a win would bring the club closer to the top four.

On October 15, 2022, Leicester City will host Crystal Palace. It will be an early start for the team, which will be looking forward to escaping the relegation zone before the end of the transfer window.

Utilizing his top players, playing at a high tempo, and ensuring that the defense functions as a unit are all things Brendan Rodgers must do. In the event that he loses, the chairman of Leicester City may lose patience.


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