Arsenal poor away form continues as they suffered a 3-0 defeat against Leicester City during their Premier League at King Power Stadium on Sunday afternoon, thanks to goal from Tielemans and Vardy double.
Both sides went into half-time level at 0-0 with the host making a very bright start to the game and could have easily been ahead at the break. Ndidi came closest for the home side though when he saw his header saved brilliantly in the top corner by Leno.
With 59 minutes of game play, Tielemans gives Leicester the lead.
Youri Tielemans arrived in the box at just the right time to meet James Maddison’s wonderful cross with a powerful header.
86 minutes on Vardy doubled the lead for Leicester. Sokratis failed to deal with the ball over the top and Vardy’s initial chip over the goalkeeper rebounds off the crossbar and into his path. Sokratis then doesn’t get off the goal line quick enough and Leno couldnt get a hand to block the forward’s header as he fires it into the back of the net.
90′ + 5′ minutes, Vardy completed the rout with a double to make it 3-0 for the host. Arsenal players just seemed to stop tracking the forward as he moved into the six-yard box and Leno was drawn towards the cross which left Vardy with a simple tap-in from very close range.
The defeat sees Arsenal drifting further away from all hopes of qualifying for Champions League.