Leicester City boss explains why he isn’t happy with the 2-2 draw against Chelsea

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Chelsea drew 2-2 against Leicester City at the King Power stadium on Saturday.

Antonio Rudiger opened the scoring after rising above the Leicester defence to meet Mason Mount’s corner.

Leicester City drew level through Harvey Barnes before Ben Chilwell gave the home side the lead. Rudiger nodded home a sublime header from a free-kick to make it 2-2.

According to Leicester City boss Brendan Rodgers, Leicester City were the better side against Chelsea and should have won the game.

“We’re disappointed not to have won the game. I thought we started both halves slow,” Rodgers said, speaking to BBC.

“We should have won having gone 2-1 up. We gifted them two goals really, which we’re disappointed with.

“Our concentration and organisation wasn’t quick enough in one or two players. But what we did was show a fantastic mentality to come from behind against a really good side with top-level players.

“Against a top team it might be deemed a good result but we should win that game. But they’ve come from a tough game in midweek and battled to got a point.”

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