Brentford 1-1 Leicester: Harvey Barnes scores a fine Fox move to secure a draw after Matthias Jensen’s opener
Leicester ended a five-game losing streak with a 1-1 draw at Brentford, with Harvey Barnes scoring an impressive equalizer.
The result had little impact on Leicester’s league position. Leicester he remains 16th and is now one point above the drop zone.
Brentford took advantage of the away team’s futile finish in the first half when Matthias Jensen (32) delivered a deflected strike after chaos in Leicester’s box in the corner routine.
The Foxes have lost at half time all eight times in the Premier League this season, but all it took was West London to regain their level after being fined following Industry at Keenan Dewsbury Hall in midfield. It was only 7 minutes in the second half. Balls from neat finishes from James Maddison and Barnes.
It would prove to be Leicester’s only shot on goal, but it has been a frustrating few weeks after four consecutive Premier League defeats and a crash at home to Championship side Blackburn from the FA Cup. You will feel this through Like a positive step.
Brentford dismissed sub Chandon-Baptiste in the final minutes after receiving two quick yellow cards, but a draw extended their unbeaten run at home to 10 Premier League games. rice field. He has two games left at the Seagulls, but he is a points clear of seventh-placed Brighton in the race for the European qualifying spot.
After the international break, Brentford will travel to Brighton for kick-off on Saturday 1 April at 3pm, while Leicester will visit Crystal Palace at the same time.