December 1, 2022

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Leicester City come out of the valley after their first victory over Nottingham Forest |  Premier League 2022/2023

Leicester City come out of the valley after their first victory over Nottingham Forest | Premier League 2022/2023

  1. 35′ Free kick goal – James Madison (3-0)
  2. 34′ – Yellow – Cheihou Kouyaté
  3. 27′ – Goal – Harvey Barnes (2-0)
  4. 25′ – Goal – James Madison (1-0)
  5. 18′ – yellow – nico williams
  1. 90 + 2′ – Yellow – Steve Cook
  2. 85′ – James Madison’s follow up to Mark Albrighton
  3. 83′ – Yellow – James Madison
  4. 80′ – Follow Yuri Tillmans by Dennis Bright
  5. 73′ – Goal – Batson Dhaka (4-0)
  6. 71′ – yellow – Boubakri Soumareh
  7. 69′ – Follow Jesse Lingard to Uriel Mangala
  8. 64′ – Yellow – Jesse Lingard
  9. 62′- Follow Taiwo Awoniyi by Emmanuel Denise
  10. 62′ – Follow Jamie Vardy by Batson Dhaka

Did Brandon Rodgers save his skin at Leicester City? At home, The Foxes finally took their first win of the season. A boost anyway, but more importantly, the first competitor to land Nottingham Forest was the kid on the bill.

With one point from 7 games, Leicester City have not done well this season.

However, Brendan Rodgers stayed in the saddle during the international break and this tactic appears to be paying off.

A single swallow doesn’t make spring, but the ambitious Nottingham Forest canned its people in resounding numbers.

The star was James Madison with two goals. In the first half the score was 3-0, although Taiwo Ooni’s opening goal grabbed the post.

So it could have looked different, but Forrest stayed with 5 straight defeats.

The two teams now have 4 points in the standings.

  1. The second half, the 94th minute, the game is over
  2. Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) blows the whistle by the referee. Went away to Emmanuel Dennis (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 93rd minute.
  3. Harvey Barnes (Leicester City) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away to Serge Aurier (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 92nd minute.
  4. Yellow card for Steve Cook from Nottingham Forest during the second half, minute 92
  5. Leicester City is awarded a free kick. Downed Steve Cook (Nottingham Forest) Batson Dhaka. Second half, 92nd minute.
  6. Renan Lodi (Nottingham Forest) has been called up by the referee. He went away in Mark Albrighton (Leicester City). Second half, 89th minute.
  7. The attempt was saved by Danny Ward (Leicester City). The goalkeeper ran flat and managed to catch the ball. Second half, 88th minute.
  8. The cross comes to Morgan Gibbs-White (Nottingham Forest). His header goes to the goal… The second half, the 88th minute.
  9. Emmanuel Dennis (Nottingham Forest) puts his head against the ball, but he can’t frame. Second half, 86th minute.
  10. The second half, the 85th minute. A substitution in Leicester City, Mark Albrighton entered, and James Madison came out
  11. Yellow card for Leicester City’s James Madison during the second half, 83rd minute
  12. James Madison (Leicester City) blows the referee’s whistle. He went away to Renan Lodi (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 83rd minute.
  13. James Madison (Leicester City) blows the referee’s whistle. He went away to Remo Freuler (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 83rd minute.
  14. Batson Dhaka (Leicester City) blows the whistle by the referee. He went away to Renan Lodi (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 82nd minute.
  15. Kiernan Dewsbury Hall (Leicester City) called up by the referee. Went away to Ryan Yates (Nottingham Forest). Second half, 81st minute.
  16. The second half, the 80th minute. Substitution in Leicester City, and entered Dennis Bright, and Yuri Tillmans.
  17. Ryan Yates (Nottingham Forest) puts his head up against the ball, but he can’t frame. Second half, 80th minute.
  18. Morgan Gibbs-White takes the corner in Nottingham Forest. The ball drops in the middle in front of the goal. Second half, 79th minute.
  19. Saved from Danny Ward (Leicester City), who can block the ball while diving. Second half, 78th minute.
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