Leicester saving by VAR in stoppage time surviving

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Leicester came close to saving VAR in stoppage time surviving a goal conceded in a 2-2 draw with Burnley. That required two draws on two separate occasions.

English Premier League Football

Leicester 2 – Burnley 2

Stadium: King Power Stadium

Starting the game, just 12 minutes into the first time. It was Burnley, who came up with a 1-0 lead from a corner kick that Westwood opened to the first post. Jamie Vardy tried to tackle, but it was. Getting hit by the wrong square, causing the ball to enter the second post. It’s an own goal.

After that in the 19th minute, it was Leicester who had some chances from the moment. Tielemans passed the ball to Harvey Barnes to fire from the right outside the box. But it still goes to Nick Pope’s safe. 

Later, the home team had the opportunity to win again in the 26th minute from the moment that Pereira added to the right side before opening it in for Vardy to run straight in. But also to block Burnley’s players bouncing off

But in the 37th minute, the hosts came to score a 1-1 equalizer from the moment. When Tielemas stabbed the ball through the hole for Jamie Vardy to drop into a solo duel. With Nick Pope before Vardy converted with the right side. go in the door

But three minutes later, the visiting team came over for a 2-1 lead as Vidra got the ball in the box before turning around and scooping it over Maxwell Gorne. That has a volley from the right without finishing into the first post to the kind that Schmeichel has no right to save. 

End of the first half, Burnley came to lead Leicester 2-1.

Returning to the game in the second half, Leicester tried to open more offensive games to get the goal to equalize, but The Foxes were still unable to penetrate Burnley’s defense.

Until the 60th minute, the home team had the opportunity to win in the rhythm that broke up and hung around in front of Burnley’s penalty area. Before it was hit Le Mans, pressed with the right outside the box. But the ball still hits the visiting team player after.

Two minutes later, the hosts corrected it by sending Kelechi Iheanacho down to add another dimension in the offensive game instead of Boubakari Soumare.

Later in the 67th minute, Leicester had a chance to win again when Lukeman passed the ball to Iheanacho, the substitute who had just come down to press left in front of the penalty area. But it still goes to Nick Pope’s safe as usual. 

The game came to the end in the 85th minute, Leicester came to the goal to equalize 2-2 from the stroke that came up on the left side, the ball came to Iheanacho before stabbing Vardy to escape. Nick Pope, before Pam with an empty left, enters the door.

90+4 minute stoppage time, Burnley can send the ball into the net and then drop the rhythm in to Ashley Barnes, a backup that comes down. Headed to let Chris Wood fall into a header to wipe the pole. However, referred to in the offside position, this ball is not a goal. The game ends with a score of 2-2, splitting each point. 

List of players for both teams 

Leicester: Kasper Schmeichel, Ricardo Pereira, Chalar Soyuncu, Yannick Vestergaard, Ryan Bertrand, Youri Tielemans, Will. Fred Ndidi, Boubakary Soumare, Ademola Lookman, Jamie Vardy, Harvey Barnes

Burnley: Nick Pope, Matthew Lowton, James Tarkowski, Ben Mee, Charlie Taylor, Dwight McNeil, Ashley Westwood. D, Josh Brownhill, Maxwell Cornet, Matej Vidra, Chris Wood

Referee: Chris Kavanaugh