Leicester facing grim future… No Ndidi even Senior Man can’t save them

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Leicester City were brought back down to earth in a humbling 2-1 defeat to Bournemouth in the Premier League at the weekend.

Coming off a comprehensive 4-0 win against fellow stragglers, Nottingham Forest, the Foxes looked like they finally turned the corner.

It was the first PL win for Brendan Rodgers this season, and despite starting Saturday’s game off on a strong foot, all their hopes for a second win came crashing.

Patson Daka’s opener in the 10th minute gave the Foxes momentum and they closed the half, protecting that lead.

In the second half though, Bournemouth were more dangerous in attack and caused the Leicester defence a lot of problems.

Eventually, the pressure paid off and Philip Billing hit home a rebound in the 67th minute to bring the sides level, and four minutes later Bournemouth had turned the game around through Ryan Christie.

Several changes after falling behind including bringing on Kelechi Iheanacho to salvage a point failed yield a result.

Rodgers was also without Wilfred Ndidi, who has been ruled out for at least two weeks following another injury relapse.

Leicester could go bottom of the table on Monday night is Nottingham Forest engineer a win against Aston Villa.

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