Brendan Rodgers admitted Albion’s initial set up provided problems for his Leicester team but explained what the Foxes did to counteract the Baggies’ tactics. Leicester had a really poor end to the previous campaign as they slipped to fifth in the table after being third for the most part of the season with assured Champions League this season.
Brendan Rodgers said “They were obviously playing five at the back, which always makes it difficult to break through, And then, when if you don’t have the runs penetrating and the speed of the pass, then of course, it’s difficult to create, but once we organised that at half-time, I felt we were much better in our running off the ball, our rotation. Our mobility was much better and then we started to attack more. So yes, much better second half. I think that in the first half at times we didn’t deal overly well with the diagonal ball, so we needed to press that better and we did that in the second half.”
#PLStories- AFC Bournemouth’s manager Scott Parker on Jefferson Lerma’s language barrier and striker Kieffer Moore #AFCB
CHERRIES boss Scott Parker believes football is a universal language when it comes to...
#PLStories- Ben Pearson on Blackburn playing days and Aston Villa after making Premier League Debut #AFCB
IT WAS not just supporters who were somewhat surprised to see Ben Pearson listed...
RALPH Hasenhuttl has admitted “I hated when we lost to Brentford 3-0 and we...
Joel Veltman did not have time for a catch-up with his old boss after Albion beat...
#PLStories- Conor Coady opens up about ‘six tough weeks’ at Wolves before Everton move #EVERTONFC #WolvesFC
Everton’s newest signing Conor Coady has spoken out about how he had a ‘tough’...