Leicester City manager Brendan Rodgers has hailed one of his players for their hard work after the Foxes thrashed Newcastle 4-0 in the Premier League on Wednesday night.
Premier League England last night (Sunday, December 12, 2564) Leicester City football team launched the King Power Stadium for the visit of Newcastle United. That Yuri playing the game Mao alone. Two goals while James Maddison and Patson Daka scored 1, paid 1, helping the hosts win 4-0. The Siamese Foxes collected 3 full points moving up to the 8th position of the table. The “Salikadong” army Keep holding on to the plum.
Brendan Rodgers admires the stillness of this team after the fox attacked Salika.
Maddison was outstanding in this game. After being involve in the first three goals. After that he receive the ball from Daka’s pass. Before passing the ball through Martin Dubravka’s hand. Becoming Newcastle’s fourth goal. “He’s brilliant” said Foxes head coach Brendan Rodgers. “You see his quality. his stillness and his selflessness.” “Paying Yuri was a great pass. To be consistent like that you have to work hard. And he works hard for the team.”
Rodgers has been question over the team’s determination after Leicester’s drop out of the Europa Conference League and they responded strongly, although Jonny Evans had to be substituted early on. game He added: “It’s very difficult when you have a lot of players that aren’t available. Therefore, being ranked 8th in the table despite With all these problems and challenges is a testament to our hearts and spirits. I hope we can get our injured players back and in consistent form.”
Rodgers also expects the Leicester game against Tottenham Hotspur on Thursday December 16 to continue. Despite the COVID-19 outbreak with both clubs. The Siamese Fox Army didn’t have seven players. Some of them contracted coronavirus in Thursday’s 3-2 defeat to Napoli . And after that they were without Hamsa Choudhury in the 4-0 win over Newcastle last night of the seven who missed those games, Rodgers believes only Daniel Amartey has a chance of facing Spurs. But the program remains in question after a large number of coronavirus cases prevented Spurs from facing Rennes in the Conference League on Thursday or Brighton in the Premier League on Sunday.
Leicester are negotiating their tight schedule with nine appearances in December. It is said that there is almost no chance of rest or recovery. Rodgers added. “We have taken all preventive measures – wearing masks, enhancing hygiene. keep a safe distance It’s really unfortunate. We have many patients and I’m sure we will continue to see that throughout the winter.” “We are lucky that we have a training ground that allows us to work safely. And hopefully we can get these players back and hopefully no more sick people in the future.”