Brighton thought he had done his job, but Leicester did not surrender
The Brighton and Leicester teams ended in a 1:1 draw in their 13th Premier League round. The hosts can very much regret that they did not get to the success, as 11 minutes before the end of the match had an advance in the score, and more than an hour they played with more.
The `Seagulls` made an advance in the 15th minute. Then Anthony Noker centered on Glen Murray and the head veteran sent the ball into Kasper Schmeichel`s net. In the 28th minute the foxes stayed with a man less, as James Madison had a quick two yellow cards and had to leave the meeting early.
In the second part the hosts were the far more active team on the pitch, but decided that their advance was enough and that they played a bad joke in the 79th minute. Then Beram Kayal knocked Kelechi Iheianacho on the ground and the referee charged a penalty. Behind the ball stood Jamie Vardi and leveled. Contrary to expectations, by the end of the match, Leicester could make a complete turn after Mark O`Brien`s arrival almost reached the uncovered Vardi, but at the last moment he was blocked. A short while later, Iheanacho was also close to his goal, but the ball passed past the beam. By the end, however, no new shot fell and the game ended in a draw.
In the standings, Brighton is in 12th place with 15 points and three games adviced by buy combo predictions in a row there is no win in the championship. Leicester is now four consecutive non-loss matches, giving him the tenth place with 18 points.
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