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West Ham 2-3 Leicester City reaction

20 March 2017, 05:50 | Joan Schultz

West Ham 2-3 Leicester City reaction

West Ham 2-3 Leicester City reaction

Sullivan told the West Ham website, "I think all we can do after Saturday's defeat is say sorry to the supporters".

Riyad Mahrez and Robert Huth scored within two minutes of each other in the opening exchanges to put the visitors in the driving seat, before Manuel Lanzini pulled a goal back for the Hammers.

"We scored the goals at the right time today".

Ayew was then guilty of a awful miss as he blazed over when one-on-one with Schmeichel, before Cheikhou Kouyate's effort from six yards out amid a goalmouth scramble was kept out by a combination of Leicester defenders. They had the delivery and the players who could score goals, but you can't concede a couple of goals like that.

But there was no doubt about the second two minutes later.

The West Ham defence were at fault as they were too slow to close down Leicester's Algerian playmaker, and goal keeper Darren Randolph, although unsighted, should have done better.

But they grabbed a lifeline in the 20th minute after Michail Antonio was fouled by Danny Drinkwater and Lanzini curled in a superb 20-yard free-kick.

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Leicester had to dig deep for a while as West Ham peppered their area with crosses, but then took advantage of some more dire defending by the hosts, this time from a corner. "Especially for the save to the last chance from Andy Carroll".

Andre Ayew's header bought it back to 3-2 and prompted a siege on the Leicester goal in the final half hour, but the Irons were unable to find a way through.

"We had to show real resilience in the second half because give West Ham credit, they really pinned us back". Algerian worldwide Riyad Mahrez opened scoring Leicester in the 5th minute of the game with Huth and Vardy increasing the tally in the 7th and 38th minutes respectively.

West Ham threw men forward in search of an equaliser and Schmeichel did well to keep out a Carroll header before Ayew, set up by Antonio and ruled to be onside, blasted over with all the goal to aim at.

"That was very important, they were pivotal saves", added Shakespeare.

"In the second half, we played really well". West Ham now sit in 12 position in the Premier League on 33 points, while Leicester have three points less and are in 15 place.



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