West Ham United v Leicester City, 20 April 2019

Score2-2
RefereeLee Probert
CompetitionPremier League
VenueLondon Stadium
Attendance59,960
Kick-off: 3.00pm Leicester City were now unbeaten on their last four visits to West Ham United in the Premier League (won two). The Hammers had won one of the last ten meetings in all competitions (lost five). This was the first game in the Premier League to end in a draw since Newcastle United's 2-2 draw at AFC Bournemouth on 16 March 2019. Premier League Head to Head Played: 24 West Ham United won: 11 Drawn: 6 Leicester City won: 7 West Ham United scored: 35 Leicester City scored: 28

2 West Ham United

Manager: Manuel Pellegrini

2 Leicester City

Manager: Brendan Rodgers

Goals:

Michail Antonio 37 G
Lucas Pérez 82 G

Goals:

Jamie Vardy 67 G
Harvey Barnes 90 G

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Łukasz Fabiański
Defender Fabián Balbuena
Defender Arthur Masuaku
Defender Angelo Ogbonna
Defender Pablo Zabaleta
Defender/Midfielder Declan Rice
Midfielder Felipe Anderson
Midfielder Mark Noble
Midfielder Robert Snodgrass
Midfielder/Forward Michail Antonio

Starting lineup:

Goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel
Defender Ben Chilwell
Defender Jonny Evans
Defender Harry Maguire
Defender/Midfielder Wilfred Ndidi
Defender/Midfielder Ricardo Pereira
Midfielder Marc Albrighton
Midfielder James Maddison
Midfielder Youri Tielemans
Midfielder/Forward Demarai Gray
Forward Jamie Vardy

Substitutions:

Pedro Obiang for Robert Snodgrass 73
Lucas Pérez for Marko Arnautović 78
Jack Wilshere for Mark Noble 85

Substitutions:

Harvey Barnes for Marc Albrighton 64
Kelechi Iheanacho for Demarai Gray 84
Nampalys Mendy for Youri Tielemans 90

Cards:

Robert Snodgrass 49 Y
Declan Rice 70 Y

Cards:

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Adrián
Defender Issa Diop
Defender/Midfielder Ryan Fredericks
Midfielder Grady Diangana
Midfielder Pedro Obiang
Midfielder Jack Wilshere
Forward Lucas Pérez

On the bench:

Goalkeeper Danny Ward
Defender Christian Fuchs
Midfielder Harvey Barnes
Midfielder Nampalys Mendy
Forward Shinji Okazaki

Comments:

League position: 11th West Ham United avoided losing four consecutive games in the Premier League for the first time since September 2018. Only Fulham (four) had now kept fewer clean sheets so far in this Premier League season than United (five). Michail Antonio became the seventh player to score 25 goals in the Premier League for the Hammers after Paolo Di Canio, Carlton Cole, Mark Noble Trevor Sinclair, Andy Carroll and Frederic Kanoute. West Ham United had now conceded two or more goals in each of their last six games in the Premier League.

Comments:

League position: 8th Since Brendan Rodgers’ appointment as manager on 27 February 2019, Jamie Vardy had now scored seven goals in the Premier League. Leicester City had now scored in 17 away games so far in this Premier League season; more than any other team. They had only failed to score the 1-0 defeat at Crystal Palace on 15 December 2018. The Foxes failed in their attempt to win three consecutive away games in the Premier League for the first time since April 2016.