Leicester City boss Claude Puel anxious over Daniel Amartey injury


BATTLING West Ham United had to be content with a share of the spoils from an action-packed Premier League encounter at the King Power Stadium which saw skipper, Mark Noble, sent-off for a reckless challenge shortly before half-time. However, Puel would not be drawn on that, saying: "I can't have an opinion".

Reacting moments after the game, Leicester manager, Claude Puel revealed the utility player will be undergoing further examinations with medics to know the extent of the injury.

As a result, Puel introduced Vardy at the start of the second half as Leicester went in search of an equaliser. Naturally, there is no information on that situation for blatant reasons; yet, Vardy declared himself fit in an Instagram post following a stomach bug.

"We can see the project at the training ground and it is a good feeling for everyone working at the club". However, Puel made a decision to leave out his star striker and revert to a 4-2-3-1 formation with Kelechi Iheanacho leading the line in attack.

West Ham had certainly done enough to take something from their previous two Premier League outings, however, a series of costly missed opportunities had seen the east Londoners come away from both matches pointless and hovering just two points above the drop zone. But I respect the referee.

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"Mark told me he had no bad intentions and he tried to get the ball, but maybe he arrived late". The West Ham captain slid in on Ndidi, catching the Leicester midfielder on the shin. It was really, really hard in the first half although we had more chances.

"It is hard to find a good consistency and concentration and perhaps he is a little up and down but it is a normal thing".

Leicester secured a point when Wilfred Ndidi scored in the closing stages of the game. My thought is more about his injury than this game.

"So the shot, without any danger for us, to conceded a goal was unfortunately, the fault wasn't that way and a different action has decided the score. Leicester is always a hard stadium to win in".