Leicester City – Chelsea: James Maddison scored for the third time in a row when Leicester City stoked the fire under Frank Lampard’s seat with a 2-0 win over Chelsea at King Power Stadium on Tuesday

The Foxes are back at the top of the Premier League with 38 points, despite having played one game more than Manchester United (37) and two more than Man City (35)

Chelsea are now eighth with 29 points, nine points ahead of Leicester and more games (19) than five teams before

1 move to Chelsea? Frank Lampard publicly demanded more of his attacking players ahead of Tuesday’s game and again got a lot of slack play, but this time it was the midfield that didn’t deliver an energetic pile, at least in the first half, as Pulisic (28), Abraham (14) and Hudson-Odoi (19) combined in the first 45 for 61 hits protocol Timo Werner and Kai Havertz reinforced the performance when they arrived for Hudson-Odoi and a poor Kai Havertz, but nothing magical at all becomes the press conference after the Lampard game tell us a lot about his lot and his lot

2 Foxes sways a lot and Maddison stirs the drink: Maddison only played 76 minutes but that was all Brendan Rodgers needed from his star, who stayed scorching hot with a goal in his third straight game, Maddison has eight Goals and six assists in all competitions this season and Leicester has eight wins and one draw in these games

3 Reece James fights backwards: There’s no question that Reece James is a phenomenal right-back, but he allowed a goal with a negligent effort and Leicester had the ball in the net another time but was rejected by the offside flag, when James failed to retrace at all

Maddison and Youri Tielemans continued their classy runs, but Albrighton was really, really good and deserves the MOTM nod. Albrighton supported one goal and had hockey support on the other while providing three vital passes to the win / p>
The Blues left Wilfred Ndidi alone outside of the 18 to tear down the inside of the near post and across the line when Leicester City opened an early lead

No lesson was learned because James Maddison was 16 years old Minute had a free hand from the same general area and cut the crossbar

Chelsea’s Reece James tried in 20th Minute to answer with a drive into the 18 and shot that Kasper Schmeichel saved for a corner The Leicester goalkeeper then hit the following free kick

Blues winger Pulisic led either side of a big chance at Leicester after half an hour when Vardy won 1-1 with Mendy and the goalkeeper denied the striker to keep the game 1-0

Pulisic won in 39 Minute one penalty after a tackle by Jonny Evans, but VAR said the foul occurred on the very edge of the box

Mason Mount couldn’t get his free kick under the bar and Leicester hit Maddison a moment later when Reece James slowed to stop a long diagonal ball and the Leicester man took the chance

It could have been 3-0 when James missed Justin a rear post to nod an Albrighton cross in the whistle

Reece James turned a corner kick on goal, but it was tame when he was caught by a hunched flatterer

Lampard took Hudson-Odoi and Kai Havertz in the 68 Minute for Timo Werner and Hakim Ziyech from Werner had the ball late in goal after a free kick won by Pulisic, but the flag was high

Leicester City – Chelsea

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