Brendan Rodgers says he’s satisfied with the performance of Wilfred Ndidi, Kelechi Iheanacho, and the rest of the team in Saturday’s EPL fixture with Watford.
The Super Eagles duo both featured for the team and unfortunately, their best was not enough to help the foxes clinch all the three for the champions league chasing Foxes.
Leicester took the lead through Ben Chilwell towards the end of the game, but Dawson hit a sumptuous volley and equalised with the last kick of the game.
Speaking after the game, Rodgers said his boys gave their all and deserved to win the game, but believed they luck eluded his side.
“I felt we were deserving of the win, especially as the game went on. We showed a really good level of fitness. I thought we had spells where we had great control, Ben Foster made a great couple of saves, then we scored a brilliant goal.
“We dealt well with crosses into the box all game. If you analyze it, the luck was against it. It just hits the guy’s toe, he’s not aware of it. And then it’s a good finish.
“We take a point, which takes us a point closer to where we want to be.” He said.
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